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Tag: “Security”

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Will The Real Enterprise Private Cloud Please Stand Up

Survey after survey have reaffirmed that IT security continues to weigh heavily on the minds of global CIOs. As just one recent example, cybersecurity was cited as a top priority for the fourth straight year by respondents of the CSC Global CIO Survey. With innovation and...


It’s a Hybrid World

Cloud adoption at the enterprise level continues to increase as core functionality continues to improve. Paramount on the list of “must haves” is the ability to seamlessly, easily and securely move application and data base workloads from one platform to another...


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Report from the Trenches of RSA 2014

The planet's smartest security minds have descended by the thousands on the Moscone Center here in San Francisco desperately searching for their personal holy grail. They are looking through the myriad of security related things: the next generation of something; a hot new...


Forecast: Cloudy With a Chance of Encryption

The RSA conference in San Francisco, CA, is certainly one, if not the largest network security conferences in the world. Rows upon rows of vendors attend showcasing the latest and hottest tools and services in the industry in an effort to convince you to buy their...


The Misadventures of Cloud Computing

We’re excited to debut the first illustration in a five-part cartoon series by Tom Fishburne, “The Marketoonist.” With some techie humor and a touch of irreverence, our “Misadventures of Cloud Computing” series sheds light on the day-to-day challenges facing CIOs and...


The Misadventures of Cloud Computing: When Reliability Matters

When Reliability Matters While no cloud service provider can claim 100 percent uptime - not all cloud services are created equal when it comes to performance and reliability. The issue of reliability becomes exponentially more important for large enterprises that are migrating...


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The Misadventures of Cloud Computing: When Security Matters

Fathers and sons. Start-ups and enterprises. Will they ever understand each other? As it is in life, when companies grow and mature they become responsible for more sensitive information, operate under higher stakes and restrictions and require more complex services to run...