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Post-Breach Survival Guide
1/10/2014 12:26:37 PM
The onslaught of cyber attacks and organized criminals seeking to steal corporate data has put even the most well-defended organizations at risk of suffering a data breach. While organizations shouldn't give up their efforts to institute preventative IT security controls, they should also steel themselves to the all-too-real possibility of suffering a breach at the hands of clever attackers. Putting together an effective post-breach response plan can greatly reduce the costs and damage to the business inflicted by a breach. The following guide can help organizations get started.
Alcatel-Lucent - Small Cells Go Public
12/17/2013 12:07:47 PM
Alcatel-Lucent, with the most extensive experience in developing and helping deploy small cell solutions, allowed TMC, through a multi-part series of blogs and articles to explore all of the issues and challenges surrounding small cell capabilities and deployment issues. Their insights and recommendations have been captured in this eBook.
Alcatel-Lucent - The Six Degrees of Mobile Data Plan Innovation
12/5/2013 10:31:54 AM
The time has come for mobile network operators to develop and adopt data-centric business models. Voice and SMS services remain important, but the future is mobile data – and lots of it. Smartphones, compelling applications and easy access to mobile broadband are inspiring people to reach for their mobile devices more often than ever. The transition to high-speed LTE networks will fuel this trend by encouraging the use of bandwidth-intensive mobile applications, particularly those that involve video. Tomorrow’s mobile networks will allow people to consume a lot more data at a much faster rate.