Sixty-five percent of Australian and New Zealand IT professionals have experienced disruptions or outages when working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, a higher number than their counterparts around the world, according to a new study.
VENDOR CONTRIBUTION by Ryan Trost - Co-Founder & CTO, ThreatQuotient: Businesses continue to place more and more data in the cloud, from personal details to intellectual property. The growing adoption of cloud-based solutions by businesses, whether for greater agility, data analytics or to support employees in accessing the data, for example when they were remotely or from home, also increases the risk of cloud attacks.
GUEST OPINION by ManageEngine product consultant Ashwin Ram: As the economy reopens, IT leaders are in the hot seat, charged with ensuring their teams and technology stacks can support recovery, growth, and an array of flexible working arrangements, writes ManageEngine product consultant Ashwin Ram.
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