If you’re running Windows Server 2003 with IIS 6.0 with WebDAV enabled, a recently-discovered exploitable vulnerability allows a remote attacker to run code against the application software and take control of the machine. The attacker could inject code and commands and get feedback, taking control of operating system level functions. This means that your critical data and intellectual property are at risk of compromise.
A May 2016 survey of over 3,000 IT leaders by IT outsourcer Harvey Nash and auditing firm KPMG found that 65% report a skills shortage, while 44% expect to need to expand their IT teams despite the shortage. Also, 89% of CIOs noted that talent retention is a challenge as well.