Healthcare 2.0 in 2017
Technology will have a big role to play in serving the biggest, most expensive user group of healthcare: the over-65s. But that technology will have to take into account changes in the consumer and society generally. These are factors IT professionals need to have at the front of their minds in 2017.
Why network security spending is not enough
Gartner puts worldwide spending on information security products and services in 2016 at $81.6 billion. That’s about $5 billion more than the year before, yet no one is under any illusions that breaches are on the decline.
50 percent of businesses reported data loss of some kind in the most recent year. That is millions of companies from small and medium to large enterprise corporations. What‘s scarier is that no matter the size, if a business suffers a disaster where normal operations do not resume within ten days, they are not likely to survive. Why do users forget to backup?