MobileIron report warns of C-suite risk to mobile security

It is already commonly regarded that humans are the weakest link in the chain when it comes to cybersecurity - but a new MobileIron study has found that the fish rots from the head.

According to the enterprise security provider, based on interviews of 300 enterprise IT decision makers and 50 C-level executives, the C-suite is the most likely group within an organisation to ask for more relaxed mobile security protocols, in spite of being the most likely targets for...

Seven tactical IT initiatives to kickstart your corporate objectives during Covid-19

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, we are clearly seeing a shift in priorities by CIOs to address the new normal, with more focus on cost control, improving IT operations and redesigning business process. How is that going to impact you? Let’s explore 7 steps IT can take to satisfy these shifting priorities and enable their corporate business strategy.

Migrate applications to the cloud

If it’s not broke, don’t fix it. That’s the normal response we hear when there’s...

A new dawn amid Covid-19: The rise of the employee

I’ve recently had the pleasure of speaking with communications experts from our customers ranging from ADM and Dow, through to OSF Healthcare and PVH, about how their businesses have adapted in light of COVID-19 and the steps they’re now taking to prepare their employees for a new way of working in some shape or form. As we talked, I experienced this incredible sensation of hope and the realisation that despite everything we are going through we’re on the cusp of something...

Why shifting societal sands create the perfect storm for successful stakeholder capitalism

Companies stuck in the same gear of doing things in the old way – merely oiling the moving parts of the aging corporate machine, making money, and delighting shareholders – are slowly slipping into obscurity. Instead, we are now seeing the increasing rise of the business that puts all stakeholders at the centre of all things. It is a new form of stakeholder capitalism that shifts the business compass from what it perceives to be doing good – to actually doing...

Protecting privileged identities in a post-Covid-19 world: A guide

Bottom line: Every organisation needs to digitally reinvent their business, starting at the system level to safely sell and serve customers with minimal physical interaction.

The hard reset every business is going through creates a strong sense of urgency to increase the agility, speed, and scale of selling, as well as customer service options that protect the health of employees, customers, and partners. Customer experience needs to be the cornerstone of digital transformation,...

Remote working during the Covid-19 pandemic: Top cybersecurity tips

COVID-19 is having a relentless impact on business services and operations. Against the new backdrop of millions working remotely, the stage is clearly set for a renewed approach to cyber security. Technology changes must be coupled with clear guidance disseminated throughout your organisation, to help staff identify potentially suspicious activity and appropriately handle company  data. 

Layer your security 

One area in particular that subjects employees and the wider...

How a fast route to the cloud will meet the Covid-19 business continuity challenge

The resilience, scalability and reliability of the cloud are taking centre stage as organisations strive to keep businesses operating as normal during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have already dipped their toe in the water when it comes to moving workloads across to the cloud; often with mixed results. But with the spotlight now firmly on cloud technology and its ability to enable working across time zones and regions, it’s become a business continuity lifeline for companies of all sectors...

A moment of reflection: A CIO’s perspective on the remote working transition

The coronavirus crisis has forced many companies to push ahead with digital transformation at high speed, causing many challenges for IT and security teams. Challenges include the need for extensive hardware purchases and new processes for home office work, but also connecting to the company's own IT infrastructure and accessing files and apps that employees need.

At LogMeIn, it already seems like a lifetime ago that we transitioned our nearly 4,000 employees to a full, global...

As the nature of software development evolves, so should your dev team

Companies have been leaning on the waterfall method of software development since the 1970s. But tech has changed a lot since then — so shouldn’t development processes, too?

The waterfall method offers a linear, structured approach. Deliverables are clear, and the scope of any project is easily defined. A company receives a job, someone figures out what needs to be built, the next person builds it, the next person tests it, and so on until the product is delivered. For the...

Why the resilience of your organisation is a reflection of human strength

Back in 2003 the Harvard Business Review published an article, “The Quest for Resilience” . It stated that “The world is becoming turbulent faster than organisations are becoming resilient.” Fast forward some 17 years and while many companies have improved their ability to respond to the ebbs and flows of business it’s fair to say that no one could have anticipated our current predicament.

The point the article made back then still resonates today. “In the past,...