Cyber threats increase by the day. Already, in 2018, we have seen some very significant security situations, such as the compromise of India’s vast one billion person public database Aadhaar. 2017 was also a bumper year for cyber threats, including the WannaCry ransomware that crippled the NHS. Given the increase in volume in these types of threats, what can your business do to prepare in advance?
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Data has long been an issue floating at the top of the business consciousness. How it is managed, the best way to optimise it and the relevance it has to everything, from the effectiveness of marketing to lead nurturing, have given it increasing importance. However, in 2018 everything is developing in the data management world. For many businesses, it might be time to reassess data management on the basis of these recent – and incoming – changes.
Cloud network infrastructure is on the rise, with most businesses using cloud technology within their businesses, often without even realising it. Moving away from storing data simply on internal hardware and into the cloud has provided a number of benefits to companies looking for new ways of working, for example: