The United States Supreme Court (aka, the “Supremes”) left today for summer vacation, and on the way out the door they posted a list of cases they will hear in the fall term. We thought MFT Nation readers would want to know that the Oracle v. Google case was not on the list. So what does this development mean? (more)
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I want to offer a short follow-up to a previous MFT Nation post about the results of Aon’s Risk Solutions survey in which its business clients ranked cybersecurity as a Top 10 concern, for the first time ever.
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Summer has not made its official start yet, but we have already seen some fairly unusual and extreme weather. Whether you are a full-time home-office worker, working from home temporarily over the summer, or planning a “working vacation” (and if you are, shame on you!), there are precautions to be taken to protect your sensitive data and ensure that you have as consistent a connection as possible. (more)
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We wanted to follow-up with MFT Nation readers to let them know that our recent blog entitled: “Beware of Data Security Vendors That Try to be All Things to All People” was recently featured in an article by the publication CorpCounsel.com (more)
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It’s no secret that properly maintaining your internal technologies is vital to their longevity and your company’s success. The majority of businesses today could not function without them, and smart companies go to great lengths to properly maintain business critical systems. Hardware needs to be maintained and replaced to keep up with increasing demand. Operating systems and databases need constant updating to fix bugs, patch security holes and increase performance. There is no avoiding this requirement which must be done on a regular basis. (more)