A cautionary tale about the importance of testing against user expectations, from Bloor analyst David Norfolk.
In an automated, as-a-Service consumption environment, the idea of “hands-on services” has become somewhat of an after-thought.
In today’s world we need to learn and think differently to survive uncertainty. We need to shift to thinking exponentially. We call it Mutable Thinking.
EDR technologies go further than traditional endpoint security controls to enable organisations to move from a reactive to a proactive security stance.
With the Covid-19 outbreak causing more home working it is pertinent to consider its impact, both in the long term and the short term.
Brian Jones introduces Bloor’s Mutable Business framework, which we believe to be key for successful businesses in the current challenging climate.
At the core of MDR services is endpoint security. Taken at its broadest definition, an endpoint in computing terms is the entry point to a service.
In the wake of Covid-19, there are really only two fundamental questions. How agile are my systems? And, how resilient are they?
This is the first in a series of posts on the managed detection and response (MDR) service market, including the capabilities that are on offer.
BMC still seems to be in the process of re-inventing itself and its new acquisition of Compuware brings major new Mainframe capabilities.