Key Factors to Consider for Enterprise Mobility Development

  From smartphones to cloud networks, it’s not surprising that 63 percent of business enterprises consider mobility the most significant factor in gaining competitive business advantage, according to Mobile Business Insights. And with the global enterprise mobility market estimated to bring in $240 billion in revenue in 2020, companies can’t afford to ignore the mobile arena. Yet new technology and a vast, rapidly expanding digital sphere carry complicated concerns and dangers. Here are three key factors to consider when developing an enterprise mobility strategy. Enterprise-Specific Apps The most recent iteration of enterprise mobility development has seen an explosion in the use of mobile applications — particularly enterprise-specific, cross-platform apps. These…

Cybersecurity Remains Priority Midway Through 2018

Cybersecurity issues have become a day-to-day struggle for organizations around the world. Breaches themselves have become both more common and more severe, as hackers and cyber criminals are constantly learning how to circumvent the latest security technologies. Read on as we detail some of the year’s biggest cybersecurity threats so far and how to protect your organization from them.   Unlike 2017, the first six months of 2018 have seen few government leaks and global ransomware attacks, but that’s where the good news ends. Corporate security simply isn’t improving fast enough, especially as state-backed hackers from around the world are getting bolder and more savvy. Take a look as Wired…

How to Secure Your Hybrid Cloud Solution

The rise of mobile technology and the remote workforce, combined with the need for operational agility, has driven cloud adoption throughout every business sector in recent years. In fact, 81 percent of enterprise-level businesses now operate multi-cloud strategies, according to Right Scale’s State of the Cloud Report. Read on as we detail best practices for securing a hybrid cloud deployment.   As one may expect, moving large amounts of sensitive business data to the cloud can come with some complications. Organizations often find themselves scrambling to acquire and train talent to manage the system, build necessary infrastructures and meet stringent compliance requirements. While these are each valid concerns, implementing proper…

What You Should Know About Hybrid Cloud Computing

Cloud-based data centers have created many opportunities for organizations to store important information with privacy and security. These systems have granted companies the resources necessary to maximize their productivity. As cloud computing has advanced, the hybrid cloud has become a prominent strategy among organizations. According to Tech Target, the hybrid cloud is a cloud computing environment that uses a mix of on-premises, private cloud and third-party public cloud services with orchestration between the two platforms. This form of cloud computing is the future of information management.   How is it Deployed? There are many different ways in which a hybrid cloud system can be implemented. For example, two cloud providers…

The Hybrid Cloud is Digitally Transforming the Healthcare Industry

The hybrid cloud is digitally transforming the way the healthcare industry operates today. Patients can now access their medical records or see test results anytime day or night. The cloud has numerous capabilities that businesses of all shapes and sizes can utilize to broaden their IT infrastructures. While it can be challenging for some business leaders to understand all the benefits associated with cloud solutions, there are some amazing benefits of making the switch to the hybrid cloud model.   Reduced costs. The reduction of costs is the primary benefit of the cloud. It’s also one of the driving forces that compel C-suite officials to look into cloud services, according…

Why Healthcare Organizations are Moving Disaster Recovery Measures to the Cloud

According to new research from the Ponemon Institute, healthcare organizations are the target of about one cyberattack per month. The researchers found that almost half of the 535 healthcare IT and IT security practitioners surveyed experienced a breach involving loss or exposure of patient information in the past year. The most common types of cyberattacks on healthcare organizations resulted from system failures, unsecured medical devices, identity theft and unsecured mobile devices.   Because of the critical and very private information that healthcare organizations keep on hand, a good disaster recovery plan is an absolute necessity. In fact, since 1996, HIPAA has required that healthcare organizations maintain a disaster recovery plan…

MDL Technology Shares 2016 Trends and Predictions for Cloud Computing

The cloud became the go-to platform for enterprise applications and data in 2015, but there’s still more to come. The cloud dominated the tech industry in 2015, and it looks like it could be the same for 2016. Cloud computing gives businesses a set of privileges that desktop computing can’t match. It’s a cost-effective way to have your company’s data accessible anywhere in the world. Cloud computing offers flexibility, scalability and lower capital expenditures than traditional in-house data centers. As we move further into 2016, many experts are predicting improvements to current-generation cloud environments, as well as new cloud technologies. According to Information Week, more cloud trends will emerge due…

5 Cloud Computing Terms Everyone Should Know

5 Cloud Computing Terms Everyone Should Know Posted by T.J. Bloom, COO of MDL Technology   If you’ve spent some time on the Internet, you may have seen conversations about cloud computing. Cloud computing which encompasses a broad range of services that involve virtual servers on the Internet, is an simple, cost-effective way to streamline your business’ IT needs. According to USA Today, “Drawn by the promise of simplicity and low cost, entrepreneurs are increasingly tapping into the cloud to conduct business in ways that make pen and paper — and desktop software — obsolete.” To better understand cloud computing and find out how it can help your business, take…