Here is a carefully assembled list of the most common – and annoying – marketing mistakes made by cloud (or non-cloud) companies. 1) Cloudwashing – treat all cloud stuff the same. Do you mean PaaS, SaaS, IaaS, or private cloud…. or just virtualization? Or maybe your kid’s aquarium service that has a web page with…Read More
The benefits of the cloud have been proven for businesses of all sizes – every small business owner can save time and money while increasing their employees’ productivity by leveraging cloud technologies. Cloud technologies are faster to deploy, require minimal technical know how to manage, and cost less than on-premise technologies. These benefits let the…Read More
Virtualization and transitioning to the cloud create new challenges for organizations in order to secure the data centers unique to these environments. A recent survey, conducted by IDG Research Services, showed that IT professionals are concerned about deploying traditional security products in virtualized data centers for a variety of reasons: Want detail on the full…Read More
As data centers have become more important to companies’ operations, they have also become an increasingly large target for attacks.
“A knight’s fork: an attack by one chess piece (as a knight) on two pieces simultaneously.” – Merriam-Webster Dictionary When was the last time you played chess? If you are responsible for Cybersecurity you are unwittingly playing it every day. Tom Kellerman uses this ancient sport to look at the strategies and tactics of modern hackers…Read More
Security fears continue to stall cloud adoption at the enterprise level, but workers are embracing cloud solutions regardless of IT fears.
Contrary to conventional wisdom, companies can achieve improved security at lower costs in the cloud.
The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) is planning a full-scale move to cloud storage solutions in order to assist with its overall data security program.