Mobile phones and in particular smartphones have been a revelation with regards to staying in touch when we are out and about. I was walking through Darling Harbour in Sydney last weekend with my family and we noticed something truly astonishing, of the 20 or so people sitting around us every single one of them…Read More
In keeping with our research into the Internet of Everything, I wanted to look more in depth at the question “what could possibly go wrong” in regards to a recent proposal by the United States Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) calling for vehicles to be able to wirelessly “talk” with one another to help prevent crashes….Read More
The most radical changes to corporate environments may ultimately emanate not from mobile devices themselves, but from the novel notions of privacy, communications and work/life balance that constant connectivity and inexpensive apps have imbedded in employees.
One year ago, we established a first-of-its-kind testing program known as “Trend Ready for Cloud Service Providers,” which verifies the compatibility of cloud service providers with our industry-leading cloud security solutions. What does this mean and why does it matter?
The reason so many people attended the talk is that there are fundamental questions over the cloud model in APAC. Last year, at the same conference, many of the questions and comments from IT executives in China focused on the ROI and deployment cloud computing itself. Since then, a lot of technology infrastructure has moved to the cloud, but it also pull the business processes along with it so that the business processes themselves are spread across the cloud. IDC estimates that cloud computing has generated 14 million jobs worldwide and innovation result from cloud could produce $1.1 trillion a year in new business revenues. That’s why this year, it seems like the general consensus in APAC is…
Fallout from revelations about the NSA’s Internet surveillance programs has particularly impacted providers of encrypted email and cloud computing in the U.S.
The exciting thing about being in the technology industry is that every few years there’s a new area of huge innovation that seems to upset the established order, create previously unconceivable possibilities, and change life for the better. In the 1990s and early-mid 2000s, it was the Web and connecting PCs and Macs to the…Read More
More than 12 years after Windows XP shipped, Microsoft’s longest-lived and most successful version of Windows is being retired. If you’re still running Windows XP, even if you love it, you need to start making plans to say good bye to it. In the spring of 2014, it will be downright dangerous to use it.
Recently, I have shared some ideas on what to look for in a security solution for your cloud and data center. I highlighted what Trend Micro has to offer to ensure your security requirements are covered. I discussed what security smarts to look for, and how it is possible to have complete security coverage that’s…Read More
We know that architecting your virtual data center or cloud environment is not easy…as you build your environment, you are looking for those important components to fit together. Security is just one of those components – a critical piece of course! – but it is just one part and it needs to fit with the…Read More