Jeffrey Ton

Opinions expressed by ICN authors are their own.

Jeff Ton, Executive Vice President of Product and Service Development for Bluelock, is responsible for driving the company’s product strategy and service vision and strategy. He has over 30 years of experience in business and information technology and previously served as CIO for for Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana and Lauth Property Group.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Jeffrey Ton and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

Leveraging digital transformation

Want IT resiliency? Stop the see-saw of imbalanced attention

Want IT resiliency? Stop the see-saw of imbalanced attention

As cyber threats continue to grow among companies with sensitive data, IT must take a holistic approach to managing and mitigating these threats. Here’s how to bridge preventative and restorative measures for IT resiliency.

IT resiliency and the problem with SaaS: What is your risk profile?

IT resiliency and the problem with SaaS: What is your risk profile?

Many organizations are recognizing that cloud providers are more equipped to handle security, maintenance and testing of a cloud environment, so they're offloading more responsibilities to these providers.

3 ways Star Wars and Star Trek will transform business in 2018

3 ways Star Wars and Star Trek will transform business in 2018

Within the next year, we’ll see more seemingly outlandish ideas begin to take shape as a daily reality.

What you’re doing to protect your data isn’t working

What you’re doing to protect your data isn’t working

To address the confidence gap that exists between IT and executive leadership, there’s a much-needed dialogue that needs to occur in understanding the current state of IT systems and the impacts those systems have on overall business. ...

How cyber threats are changing the makeup of IT departments

How cyber threats are changing the makeup of IT departments

Since cybersecurity and DR both have a hand in meeting availability demands, many companies are incorporating their DR into their wider cybersecurity strategies, weaving them into a single response plan for effectiveness. This means...

There is no such thing as a DR test failure

There is no such thing as a DR test failure

The key to performing disaster recovery tests for your company is that, no matter the results, your real objective is to learn from the situation and your team’s process. Often times, it’s people not technology that make or break a...

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