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Security and Compliance Network Cyber Essentials

Best practices are key when approaching your cybersecurity and compliance strategy, any source of guidance is beneficial. The Cyber Essentials is a UK Government, industry-supported set of best practices introduced by the National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) to help organizations demonstrate operational security maturity.

The Business Cost of Downtime and How AIOps Enables Faster Fixes

IT downtime is no doubt a costly business. As soon as service starts to degrade, companies start to lose money. Studies by Gartner and IBM show that the average cost of unplanned downtime to enterprises ranges between a staggering $5,600 and $9,000 per minute. For ecommerce businesses, like Amazon, the stakes are even higher, potentially resulting in a loss of up to $220,000 for every minute of downtime.

ScienceLogic Chronicles Pioneering AIOps Journey in New Book "Innovation: Empowering IT Operations for the Future"

ScienceLogic announces the publishing of a new book, "Innovation: Journey and Outcomes for the AIOps Revolution," that chronicles the journey of the company as a trailblazer in IT Operations Management (ITOM) and the ever-expanding realm of AIOps. Authored by CEO David Link, the book delves into the narrative of how the ScienceLogic SL1 platform has grown to empower organizations to navigate the intricate challenges of managing complex, distributed IT services with unparalleled speed, scale, and real-time precision.

The Future of AIOps: Top 10 Predictions for 2024

In the current competitive landscape, organizations are constantly pressured to increase efficiency, flexibility, and scale in response to market demands. Artificial Intelligence for IT operations (AIOps) is emerging as a pivotal technology to help companies meet these imperatives and secure a competitive edge.

AI + Automation: A Trusted Copilot for ITOps in the Digital Age

We’re living in an unprecedented moment in time. Data is reshaping our world. From enterprise networks and the cloud to the smart refrigerators in our kitchens and the watches on our wrists, data is proliferating at an unprecedented scale, both in volume and velocity. As data owners, we continuously strive to monitor and derive intelligent insights from this data so we can catch performance anomalies and issues – from misconfigured systems to a skipped heartbeat – and quickly intervene.

GDPR Compliance in 2024

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force in May 2018, affecting all organizations doing business in the EU, regardless of where the organization operates. This affects every type of company from small online stores to very large enterprises. By now everyone knows this, we hope. But let’s have a little recap before sharing some updates. Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is considered one of the toughest global privacy and security laws.