The Great Resignation shifted hedge fund CTO’s IT staffing model. Luckily, outsourcing their IT services has played a pivotal role in their firm’s continued success.
With data breaches being commonplace, cybersecurity is a top concern for organizations. While safeguarding computer networks starts with senior management, everyone is responsible for cybersecurity.
Cloud will inevitably evolve to multicloud, which adds new factors to the design and administration of your architecture.
Our engineers weigh in with IT and cybersecurity recommendations for you to consider in preparation for your firm’s return to the office.
The pandemic has challenged everyone; CTOs in particular. Your users may be working from home, but their expectations haven’t changed.
As alternative investment firms consider reopening their offices, many hedge fund and private equity CTOs are asking about the cybersecurity implications of moving to a shared office model.
If you’re a CTO, you’ve seen the joke: Do most companies have a disaster recovery plan (DRP) in place? Yes.
Here’s a list of cybersecurity reminders you can share with your remote workforce to refresh their understanding of your firm’s cybersecurity expectations and their role in keeping the firm secure.
When everyone moved out of the office, the question of whether to patch or not to patch got a little hairy.
COVID-19 put a worst-case scenario in play, and it showed all of us that every firm needs a reliable work-from-anywhere solution.
Now that most organizations are fully operational from home, the question is, where are your bussiness’ cybersecurity holes?
If we’ve said it once, we’ve said it, well, a lot: Working from home is the new normal. Unfortunately, there’s more to the shift than just hardware and connectivity issues.