David Weldon

David Weldon is a freelance writer in the Boston area who specializes in topics related to information technology, finance, education, healthcare, and workforce and workplace issues. Contact him at DWeldon646@comcast.net


Een diepe duik in de gevolgen van een cyberaanval

Een incident kan je bedrijf de kop kosten.

IT automation in the wild

IT automation in the wild

Since it can encompass a wide variety of services and functions, ‘IT automation’ seems to be one of those terms that means different things to different people. Here’s a look at how it’s actually being used in the real world.

Welcome to the ‘always-on’ IT department

Welcome to the ‘always-on’ IT department

As enterprise IT departments slowly pivot toward IT as a service, customer service scheduling software can make the difference in efficiently deploying an always-on technical staff.

Why ‘rip and replace’ IT projects are worth the effort

Why ‘rip and replace’ IT projects are worth the effort

For older enterprise systems, sometimes it makes sense to iterate, but sometimes it makes sense to blow it up and start over. Here’s how to tell the difference.

Ashley Madison breach shows hackers may be getting personal

Ashley Madison breach shows hackers may be getting personal

It’s bad enough that we have to worry about identity theft and assaults on our bank accounts. Now we have to worry about hackers finding – and releasing – embarrassing, lurid life- and career-ruining information, too.

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