As employees return to work, many are finding it difficult to adapt and reset routines. In this scenario, organizations must explore new ways to attract and retain talent. Here are some strategies and best practices.
In an increasingly interconnected world, we are moving from the Internet of People to IoT to the Internet of Applications, which broadens the attack surface and presents new security risks. Could common governance and policy for IT, OT and ICS - driven by the IT team - mitigate the risks?
High-quality and low-cost workforce used to be the focus areas for global companies outsourcing talent. Today, it is all about a highly skilled workforce that builds innovative solutions for global business. The Boeing Engineering and Technology Center in Bengaluru is a prime example.
Demand for data center infrastructure is growing exponentially due to the rapid rate at which India is digitalizing consumer services. India also has a massive population of nearly 1.4 billion people, so these services will need to be provided at scale and in a short time.
Data has become a key tenet of business. To derive value from data, all stakeholders in the data and analytics organization need to speak a common language. It is also imperative for organizations to have good data literacy and data culture.
Data and analytics practitioners focus a lot on the delivery and implementation of their platforms and their tools and the integration of data from different sources. But unless they align with business purpose, business value, goals and outcomes, they will not necessarily achieve that value.
While discussing the top cybersecurity predictions for 2022-2023, Richard Addiscott, senior director analyst at Gartner, says a key observation is the attacks on critical infrastructure. He adds, there is a crucial need for a more in-depth view of the security postures around critical infrastructure.
A new study from Verizon Business reveals a continued rise in major cyberattacks in the last year involving mobile devices due to hybrid or remote work. Dr. Siva Sivasubramanian, CISO at Optus, tells ISMG how organizations should be investing to secure mobile devices and remote workers.