Imagine you arrive at work one day to find everyone in the office standing around and chattering loudly, while row after row of computer screens flash a ransom message. Someone quickly approaches and breathlessly informs you: “We’ve been hacked!”
Rapid changes in technology are constantly making headlines—and they’re also making headaches for IT departments and company managers alike. Today’s managers face an increasing scarcity of trained personnel, a rise in security breaches, and a host of other IT problems, all competing for their attention. And doing nothing is definitely not an option: IT is no longer just a business enabler, it is a critical business driver, and businesses ignore the shifting IT landscape at their own peril.