Chances are you've heard a lot of fiction about cloud-based mobile device management. We think you deserve to see the facts too.
Tomorrow, the White House CIO, Vivek Kundra, is going to announce his plans for cloud computing. It’s anticipated that this first phase he will announce at a press conference in California will give government agencies a central place to store and use simple collaboration tools. Kundra, who has acknowledged cloud computing’s place in the government’s IT tool box, agrees with many (including me) that it will cut costs.
TJ Maxx once had 46 million credit card numbers stolen from them, costing the company millions in fines, payments to customers, and lost reputation. How did this happen? Well, there was a hacker involved, of course, but also, the company was out of compliance with the Payment Card Industry’s (PCI) Data Security Standards.
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