2010 Issue 3How secure is your business? Find out in the winter 2010 issue of Catalyst Magazine with a special focus on data security. Read about Dell's approach to layered security will give your company the security to allow you to sleep better tonight — and every night.uuid:558f94cc-fe01-44ba-a993-726f621980fe;id=53802013-11-08T17:27:00-06:00http://i.dell.com/sites/content/metadata/PublishingImages/winter-catalyst.jpguuid:558f94cc-fe01-44ba-a993-726f621980fe;id=5381At your service.2013-11-08T18:42:00-06:00oftware as a Service (SaaS) is an element of cloud computing that is growing rapidly. IDC notes that the SaaS market reached $13.1 billion in revenue in 2009, and forecasts that the market will grow to $40.5 billion by 2014, at a compound annual growth rate of 25.3%.uuid:558f94cc-fe01-44ba-a993-726f621980fe;id=5382MOBILITY2013-11-08T18:05:00-06:00For over two decades, mobile computing has been indispensable for most professionals. But far-flung and dispersed employees pose a problem for IT managers, whose job it is to protect information assets.uuid:558f94cc-fe01-44ba-a993-726f621980fe;id=5383LAYERED SECURITY2013-11-08T18:01:00-06:00T security threats today are more sophisticated, come in greater numbers, and can be sparked by political or financial motivations or launched just to wreak havoc. Whatever the origin or intention, this evolving and multifaceted threat landscape requires a multilayered security strategy.uuid:558f94cc-fe01-44ba-a993-726f621980fe;id=5384LAST WORDS2013-11-08T18:01:00-06:00Facebook, the world’s largest social network, recently passed the 500-million-member mark — which is about 10 times the population of South Africa (49 million) and substantially larger than the population of Australia (21.5 million).uuid:558f94cc-fe01-44ba-a993-726f621980fe;id=5385KLAAS ALU-KRANBAU2013-11-08T18:00:00-06:00Crane manufacturer Klaas Alu-Kranbau has faced some particularly challenging industry-specific issues over the past few years, issues which grow ever more complex as the company expands rapidly.uuid:558f94cc-fe01-44ba-a993-726f621980fe;id=5386Free the engineers2013-11-08T17:55:00-06:00Combining security and cloud computing can induce concern, if not outright fear, in IT professionals. But AlertBoot, a Las Vegas-based managed encryption services vendor, was confident enough to switch to a full Dell cloud infrastructure for hosting their disk encryption product. The result?uuid:558f94cc-fe01-44ba-a993-726f621980fe;id=5387DATA BYTES2013-11-08T17:46:00-06:00As MBs grow, they tend to blanket themselves with more security solutions. Spending is particularly heavy on identity and access management, as well as security and vulnerability management.uuid:558f94cc-fe01-44ba-a993-726f621980fe;id=5388Connecting islands or peeling onions2013-11-08T17:45:00-06:00The increasing complexity of the technology environment brings with it some real security risks, of course. And typically midsize firms take the mosaic approach to security as they grow, adding a security piece to help support each new technology piece.uuid:558f94cc-fe01-44ba-a993-726f621980fe;id=5389BLADE SERVERS2013-11-08T17:43:00-06:00For companies looking to easily manage blade servers along with the rest of the datacenter, Dell offers a dynamic solution that allows them to make the most of their computing resources.uuid:558f94cc-fe01-44ba-a993-726f621980fe;id=5390TEST CENTER: IDG REVIEWS2013-11-08T17:27:00-06:00“Viruses, malware, and trojans” — if this were the $25,000 Pyramid game show (I could be showing my age here), a contestant might reply with something like, “These are bad things that can infect a PC while surfing the Internet.” And they’d be right.