From a user’s perspective, it can be argued that single pane of glass doesn’t exist at all, and vendors who push this idea are never looking beyond their product. When users look at heterogeneous networks, there may be a single pane of glass for this and a single pane of glass for that, which ends up being 25+ panes of glass and not really solving anyone’s problems. So how do we reconcile this chasm between the user and vendor perspectives? The question we tackle in this On-Premise IT Roundtable is: Is there such a thing as an all-in-one solution or is “single pane of glass” simply a myth?
Privacy and security were overlooked while designing the online tools we use today. We need security, now more than ever, as mountains of sensitive information is stored online. Thanks to Solutions Architects, our private data can be protected.
How can we increase diversity and highlight the struggles and challenges that people face in every day life? Zoe Rose and Ian-Thornton Trump have some great ideas that need to be discussed in this post.
This week in Gestalt News, get links to the latest Gestalt IT Rundown, along with pieces by Chris Porter, Tom Hollingsworth, and Paul Stringfellow.
Learning about the journey of Zoë Rose from her past to the bright future ahead of her has been enlightening for Tom Hollingsworth. Read on as he covers some highlights of the presentations she’s shared at Security Field Day and Aruba HER over the past few months and how we can learn about the path she’s taken to get where she is today.
I don’t often travel to industry events, but next week I will be joining Tom Hollingsworth and the Field Day delegates for Mobility Field Day Exclusive at Aruba Atmosphere 2019. Even though Las Vegas is not one of my favorite cities, I am really looking forward to it. One session that looks to be a highlight for me is “Experience the Power of HER”!
Changing your passwords frequently is the best way to keep accounts secure, right? Or does frequently changing passwords cause users to lean on easily predictable patterns that ultimately make things less secure? The roundtable discusses what the best approach is, whether two-factor authentication changes your approach, and what changes when considering personal vs organizational passwords.