INSIDE THIS WEEK'S ISSUE OF INFORMATIONWEEK GOVERNMENT A well-defended perimeter is only half the battle in securing the government's IT environments. Agencies must also protect their most valuable data.
ALSO: The White House's gun control efforts are at risk of failure because the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives' outdated Firearms Tracing System is in need of an upgrade.
Data Security Best Practices Company data is one of the most valuable assets of any business. So it's no surprise data protection is at the top of every IT checklist when it comes to file sharing and storage. But what are the necessary steps to stop a data breach as it's happening? And most importantly, how can companies proactively prevent data breach in the first place? Learn why file server attacks happen and best practices to avoid data intrusion for any business. Download Now (Registration Required)
BlackBerry Z10 Hands-On: First Impressions BlackBerry 10 — not just the phones, but the BlackBerry Enterprise Server 10 software — will make or break the former smartphone giant. BYTE obtained an BlackBerry Z10 for evaluation. We haven't yet tested the most interesting enterprise features, but some features of the phone, especially the predictive soft keyboard, have already won us over.
Safe And Secure Cloud Computing: Is There Such A Thing? For some companies, security concerns are an inhibitor to their fully embracing this new computing paradigm. Where exactly is my data? Can the "Cloud" crash? Can the cloud meet my compliance requirements? Join this free informational webcast on Thursday, March 28, 2013 to help you identify and navigate through the decisions you need to make as you plan for your IT future. More Information & Registration
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