Archive for October, 2014

BYOD: Continuing the Conversation

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Earlier this year we held a roundtable with our members to explore best practices for a “Bring Your Own Device” policy. As we explain in another blog post, the results were a bit contradictory. Members agreed that while it’s impossible to have a formal policy, you still need one, and…

Reducing IT Risk at a Lower Cost with Wisegate

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As Wisegate’s membership grows, we are always looking to dig deeper into why senior IT leaders are turning to us instead of traditional analyst firms. Commonly, our answers are twofold and go hand-in-hand. Reduce Risk: Wisegate members are reducing their IT risk with Wisegate in several ways: Staying in the know…

Best Practices for a BYOD Policy: Wisegate Roundtable Recap

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Wisegate Roundtable Recap – Top Takeaways from Wisegate Members – Only Deep Dive Discussions The top takeaways from a BYOD roundtable on best practices for a BYOD policy were surprising if not contradictory: Right now, it’s almost impossible to have a formal policy You still need to have a BYOD…

Roundtable Roundup: October

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Whether our members are discussing timely security threats like ShellShock, ways to improve vendor management or digging deeper into IT organizational topics, Wisegate’s member roundtables are the go-to resource for vetted IT experts to collaborate and candidly discuss what’s hot in IT. Roundtables are exclusive to members and presented in…

Lessons to be Learned from the ShellShock Emergency

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On 24 September the world awoke to a major new online security problem: a flaw in the Bourne Again Shell (the flaw became known as ShellShock) left potentially billions of servers around the world vulnerable to a trivial exploit. Over the next few days security companies saw a flood of…