The complexities of IT and its interconnectedness to so many areas of the business leave organizations more vulnerable than ever to inherent risks. Data loss, corruption and inaccessibility as well as security breaches and infrastructure failures quickly become public events that can severely impact an organization's productivity, its reputation and its ability to achieve strategic goals.
Despite the widespread business impact that IT threats can have, most organizations do not consider aligning their IT risk management plan with their strategic business initiatives. A more holistic approach can help the business to operate more cost effectively and enhance its ability to respond to change with more informed, measured decisions. Register now for this webinar to learn:
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Business halts … your files are inaccessible … you’re losing money, but your only option is to pay even more to a criminal who is holding your data for ransom. It might sound like a movie plot, but this is what happens when businesses come face to face with the growing threat of ransomware. Check out this upcoming live webcast and join Andrey Pozhogin, Senior B2B Product Marketing Manager for Kaspersky, as he shares insights into how ransomware accesses and hijacks your system and what you can do to prevent it.
Sponsored by Kaspersky
The cloud is revolutionizing how organizations work because IT leaders understand that legacy technology infrastructure and IT processes can't withstand tomorrow's competitive challenges. In 2016, cloud adoption will reach its tipping point as organizations aggressively employ key use cases to improve cost management and increase agility, scalability, and security.
Sponsored by Pomeroy
Microsoft Windows® is a core component of enterprise networks worldwide. However, Windows is not known for the accurate time keeping essential for network and business operations. Many applications, such as shared cloud databases, virtualized environments, and billing and transaction systems rely heavily on accurate time stamps to be effective.
Sponsored by Microsemi