This research project was undertaken in order to evaluate the current practices and challenges associated with incident response processes and technologies. Respondents were also asked to provide details on their organisations’ future strategic plans intended for improving the efficacy and efficiency of IR activities.
Data breaches constantly threaten the modern enterprise. And the risk continues to grow: In 2015, the total number of identities exposed via data breaches increased 23%, to 429 million. Time-to-compromise is now measured in minutes, and data exfiltration happens in days.
Worse still, detecting a breach can take months, with a median of 201 days to discovery. Unable to quickly respond, organisations risk exposing valuable data and confidential information. The recovery process can be incredibly expensive and the damage to the business reputation incalculable.
When it comes to delivering IT services, think about how you would rate your organisation on its speed, consistency, and accuracy. Would it earn stellar marks or is there room for improvement?
Read on for guidance - including action plans, best practices, and success metrics - on how to increase IT efficiency, lower costs, and deliver great business value.
The way in which people work has changed. The mobile workforce is a reality. Yet while new ways of working bring many benefits, they demand a new approach to security.
For instance, how do you secure your data and applications on the internet? What happens if a device gets stolen? How do you ensure documents are secure if they are used in public environments? Can you provide quality technical support to users who are working from home? How will your employees ensure that their work and private information remains separate?
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Turn your service desk into a business function you and your company can be proud of – one that delights your customers with superior support, delivers a predictable user experience, and provides the agility to help you get ahead of the needs of your business.
Informed by extensive EMA research and two compelling deployment narratives, this report examines what EMA calls “next-generation ITSM” and its contributions toward optimising changing IT and business requirements. We will also contrast these advances with the risks of staying with legacy ITSM models and then evaluate and itemise the risks of “doing nothing” and allowing legacy ITSM to persist.
Every day seems like a battle—email, phone calls, unresolved issues, management asking for reports, users losing patience. There’s not enough time to implement the processes that will help you get ahead. You’re operating in chaos, without an efficient way to manage your work, your data, or your team.
It’s time to move into the modern world of IT—not to mention save your sanity. Let us help you modernise your help desk by following a proven process.
Today, we collaborate more than ever. We infuse our daily lives with rapid sequences of ideas-sharing. And we do it on the move. From the moment we wake up to the free moments in transit and through a whole succession of work spaces, we keep interacting with people, media and digital resources. The result: our work culture is changing — fast.
Read this whitepaper to discover the future of Cloud communications in Australia.