However, should enterprises concentrate on the security basics before getting ambitious? Practical and powerful biometric security systems for enterprises might be getting closer to reality, according to a report in VentureBeat, which explained how video selfies could regulate access to the corporate database.
This week it was announced that the UK government is to impose punitive fines on service providers whose lax security causes problems, reports IT PRO. The stated aim is to ensure that UK companies can run essential services and critical infrastructure safely and securely. So, what has been the reaction from the IT and surrounding industry?
Lots of us like to think we can spot real-world scams like faulty goods and cowboy tradespeople, but what about online scams like phishing? This is where scammers try and get your personal information by posing as legitimate companies. Using tactics like emails and fake websites, once they’ve got your information they can use it to steal your identity or cash.
When Microsoft posted its latest quarterly earnings just over a week a go, it came as no surprise that the Redmond giant had beaten analyst expectations once again. A non-GAAP revenue of $24.7bn meant GAAP earnings of $0.83 per share and beat the analysts on Wall Street who had predicted $24.3bn in revenues.
Managing digital transformation can be difficult at the best of times depending on the industry you’re in. After all, some businesses are able to facilitate change easily, while others struggle with what can seem like the simplest of tasks.
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