In admiring such successes, it seems that there is little reason as to why education cannot be a principal driver and an early adopter of the technologies that might offer the most cutting-edge, cross-applicable impacts. As we see more examples of the benefits of VDI taking hold, we are presented with an opportunity to weigh in -- transcending theoretical chatter and moving into real analysis of cases of success and failure we are now equipped to compare the vast strengths against the potential concerns regarding VDI adoption.
The Internet of Things (IoT) and/or Internet of Everything (IoE) phenomenon is nearly overwhelming. More than just a hot hashtag on social media, the concept is rarely explained in depth while appearing nearly ubiquitously in contemporary discussions involving communication, digital, data, and more. But where is this sudden infiltration into the mainstream coming from, and how did it creep up all of a sudden?
Many of the costs of a data breach are pretty cut and dry. They are obvious, like the myriad of explicit costs concerning lost data, costs of fixing security issues, downtime costs, and so many more. But what happens when sensitive data is compromised -- data that tens, hundreds, thousands, or even millions of people have entrusted you with? Inevitably, we arrive at another compelling reason why appropriate security infrastructures cannot be ignored, the legal side of things can get tricky when dealing with other people's information.
"The common theme: cloud has matured. It’s on every enterprise IT roadmap. The challenges now are more tactical: how cloud can support devops and big data initiatives. How to manage and secure cloud environments, especially hybrid ones. How to migrate enterprise workloads to the cloud."
- Jason Bloomberg, Forbes