Data security doesn’t really seem to be a priority…

13 January 2017

A survey of Belgian, quoted companies, commissioned by LCL, shows that only 3% of the targeted companies ever test their power backup systems by actually turning off the electricity. Meaning that they will only learn whether or not the power backup systems work when there is a power cut. That’s like buying skis and not trying them on before you actually hit the snow. Or going hiking with brand new boots, straight from your favourite online shop. The only guaranteed result is sore feet. Read more

Comatose servers: things will get worse before they get better

20 September 2016

Thirty percent of servers around the world are doing nothing at all. They are switched on, ready for service, and actively draw power and consume resources such as cooling, yet no-one would notice if someone decided to turn them off. Read more

The Internet of Things and the impact on IT systems and connectivity

26 May 2016

Slowly but surely, organisations are now starting to experiment with the Internet of Things (IoT). How will this impact IT systems and connectivity? Read more

Are our governments awake because of the security of their data?

4 March 2016

The banking system in Belgium has understood the message. At the end of 2015, the National Bank of Belgium (NBB) sent a circular to all Belgian financial institutions with guidelines for their operational business continuity and data security. Who would not want his hard-earned money to be safe? Read more
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