Data modernization marks a defining moment for any organization seeking to reinvent itself. With data becoming the new organizing principle—and the beating heart of successful, modern organizations—the individuals tasked with using data to make decisions and solve problems want to leverage it to become more agile, efficient, and innovative.
As cloud adoption continues to grow, it is crucial companies understand how security can impact operations in the cloud and what the ramifications are if their environment is not adequately protected. There are numerous components to consider when establishing your cloud adoption strategy and security policies, including data, users, applications, infrastructure, and more.
In this free guide on Cloud computing, you’re going to learn exactly what the Cloud is, how it’s used, why it’s used and also why businesses around the world rely on it to power their IT infrastructure and scale in size, as their need demands.
In an age of texts, emails, and instant message applications, you might think phone calls are dead and buried. Nothing could be further from the truth. Businesses of all sizes are relying more than ever on phones and voice communication to connect with employees, customers, vendors, and everyone in between.
Before COVID-19, organizations dabbled in remote and flexible work arrangements for many years without any particular urgency. After all, they didn’t have any reason to rush adoption. It was still very much experimental for many, and leaders wanted to take things slow.
Carousell — one of the largest C2C ecommerce marketplaces in Southeast Asia — needed to drastically improve their website’s performance to satisfy their rapidly expanding regional customer bases. So they turned to Cloudflare.
Layering defenses helps organizations keep up with the ever-shifting threat landscape, but using too many distinct security tools is costly and complex — and can cause latency and other performance penalties when end-users try to access applications and networks.
Cloudflare’s network protects approximately 25 million Internet properties, giving us deep insight into DDoS attack trends around the world. We’ve compiled findings from Q2 of 2021 into the latest installment of our DDoS trends report.
From content scraping to inventory hoarding to credential stuffing, malicious bots actors are growing more sophisticated every year. Many can even bypass CAPTCHAs and other simple user verification tests.
Delivering excellent online experiences to customers is essential to growing a startup. As new, untested businesses, startups must meet a higher user experience threshold than their established competitors.