The threat landscape is dynamic: it changes quickly, it changes slowly. Some threats arrive suddenly, like a new virus; some arrive over a period of years, like new legislation; some are self-imposed, like outsourcing.
Project Management is the science of ensuring what constitutes most modern business activity - initiatives by the organisation to meet identified desired goals, through organised effort, delivered in a way that meets requirements and satisfies the wider organisation. Increasingly, Project Management is either led by, or heavily supported by, IT.
The opportunity to enhance flexibility and better manage costs and support requirements is encouraging many organisations to look to the cloud as a solution to their service delivery requirements.
Power is shifting from the brand to the connected consumer. Consumers choose to love brands that empower them, brands that do not empower them are more likely to fail. Consumer expectations are increasing rapidly, and the consumer has become a primary source of innovation.
In today's complex world of cloud computing, social networking, and Bring Your Own Device schemes, maintaining a risk management strategy is a significant challenge, especially when the background landscape comprises budget reductions and resource cuts.
The IT organisation has gone through a dramatic change over the last decade - more so than any other business function.
IT Risk Management is maturing as IT professionals endeavour to understand the current risk appetite of the enterprise and the risk landscape.
Microsoft's SharePoint collaboration technology, launched in 2001, has become a standard. For what, though?
A chain is only as strong as its weakest link, and when it comes to IT security, Identity and Access Management (IAM) is often the weakest link in many organisations.
Moving IT from a resource-based department into a results-driven function that can bring all areas of the business together is a goal that many IT organisations strive towards.
Oracle's software licensing rules are difficult to understand. Historically, the number of products and acquisitions made by Oracle has resulted in a multitude of pricelists and amendments, usage rights and license metrics, and a wide array of licensing options and extended definitions.
The consultancy Deloitte has argued that the one of the reasons that 7 out of 10 IT projects fail is poor test management. Organisations often struggle to attain the desired balance between test coverage and time to delivery.