Being connected or being protected – the hope is one day we won’t have to choose! As technology evolves at an increasingly rapid pace, security is often an afterthought for many organizations. Security breaches occur on a daily basis, resulting in data jeopardy and potentially negative publicity.
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is a desktop-oriented service that hosts user desktop environments on servers and/or blade PCs. I recall having conversations with clients 4-5 years ago around VDI, when many predicted that it’d be the next big thing in IT efficiency.
2015 is a pivotal year for many IT leaders and executives as companies try to keep up with the rapid transformation and evolution of IT infrastructure—impacting fundamentally how these firms operate and innovate in order to satisfy customer demands and grow.
Last week, our Chief Technology Officer John Wondolowski announced in his latest blog post the exciting launch of our new enterprise IT security practice. We look forward to offer our capabilities to add value and bring peace of mind to all of our valued clients (especially in light of the recent security-related incidents involving prominent firms such as The Home Depot, Anthem, and Sony Pictures).