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The Future of Enterprise Mobility — Medium

Mobile and IoT strategist Rob Tiffany discusses key trends in the enterprise mobility space and provides a glimpse into the moves companies will be making over the next several years. Sourced through Scoop.it from: medium.com Really insightful about the long maturing process of corporate IT. I

Is security really stuck in the Dark Ages?

RSA President Amit Yoran wasn’t passing out compliments in his opening keynote at last month’s convention. But he says the response from both colleagues and competitors is that he said what needed to be said: The industry needs to move beyond perimeter defense. Source: www.cio.com Building walls

Time to move beyond ‘medieval’ cyber security approach, expert says

The nation’s approach to cyber security has much in common with medieval defense tactics, and that needs to change, says a cyber security expert at Missouri University of Science and Technology. Source: phys.org Building walls around your village to keep the bad guys isn’t enough. When the

Bezos’s law signals it’s time to ditch the data center

http://www.scoop.it/rv?p=4026452779&tp=Topic According to “Bezos’s law,” a unit of computing power price is reduced by 50 percent approximately every three years. AppZero’s Greg O’Connor looks at why the economic gap that favors cloud providers will only widen over time. PingPal’s insight: Dear CIO, can you afford