Shadow IT: Assess it, don't just shut it down, say CIOs

Stuart Sumner
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If critical data is being held in shadow IT services, that assessment needs to be deep, says expert panel
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If critical data is being held in shadow IT services, that assessment needs to be deep, says expert panel

A panel of experts at a recent Computing event explain that shadow IT can help the business, once the security risks have been assessed

Shadow IT, where staff find and consume IT services without corporate approval, shouldn't simply be shut down once discovered. That's the opinion of a panel of experts speaking at a recent Compu...

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