With Christmas fast approaching, what do you get for the enterprise which has everything?
Sadly faithful standbys like socks, or Only Fools and Horses DVDs won't work for a large business employing hundreds if not thousands of people, but enterprises do have some needs.
So if you're stuck for what to give to the special business in your life this Yuletide, read on, we've got you covered.
A nice security tool
Let's face it, 2016 hasn't just been a terrible year for celebrities dying, politics going wrong everywhere you look (in this commentator's opinion), and climate change.
It's also been a dreadful old time for enterprise security. The year has been replete with enterprises of all shapes and sizes leaking data like sieves.
Conversely it's been a great year for hackers, and security journalists.
So you could do a lot worse than ensure the business you love is properly protected this Christmas, with the security tool of your choice.
Not sure which one to go for? Perusing the winners list from our recent Security Excellence Awards could be a great place to start!
A brand-new CDO
With digital transformation the big idea at seemingly every large business we've spoken to this year (RSA Insurance, Pearson and G4S to name but three massive firms currently in the midst of such a change), perhaps your favourite enterprise could use a CDO?
There's been some debate over the years about exactly what a CDO does, whether you really need one, and how much they should be paid, but as long as you keep the receipt and check the returns policy you should be covered.
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