In my previous blog I spoke about migrating from XenApp 6.5 to XenApp 7.15 LTSR. But moving to 7.15 LTSR is not simply an upgrade, it’s a full migration because you are moving from an IMA (Independent Management Architecture) Architecture to a FMA (Flexible Management Architecture) Architecture so now it is the perfect time to examine your cloud strategy and look at what Citrix Cloud has to offer.
The vast majority of IT security budgets are allocated to preventing security breaches. However, Gartner predicts that by 2020, 60% of enterprises' information security budgets will be allocated for rapid detection and response approaches, up from less than 10% in 2014.
2017 has given us a lot to reflect on in the world of Cyber Security. What Cyber-attacks broke out last year? Were your company or any of your customers affected? How did you prevent the attacks and how can you prevent those attacks in the future? Or how can you better protect your organisation and your customers from new threats in 2018?
Cyber-attacks are evolving at an alarming rate and affect everyone and anyone. With the current threat landscape at its highest, how can we aim to keep ourselves and our customers cyber secure?
Knowledge is power and understanding your organisation’s security posture, although no trivial task, is a crucial starting point for any business serious about protecting from cyber attacks and potential security breaches.
As you may be aware XenApp 6.5 is coming to the end of its life on June 30, 2018 and if you have yet to upgrade no need to panic but now is the time to start planning your migration.
I know a lot of customers have hesitated in upgrading because of a lack of feature parity in XenApp 7.x but with the release of 7.15 I believe we have now reached that stage.
Many people will have come across the term Shadow IT but maybe not understood it and the threat it represents.
But the example from the news yesterday perfectly highlights this where Doctors are using WhatsApp to talk about patients and sharing patient data.
It is likely we will experience greater extremities in climate behaviour.
The evidence is clear, for centuries atmospheric carbon dioxide levels were never above 300 parts per million, today they are above 400 and increasing.