The results of a recent study indicate that the public sector may still have much to learn about virtualization and cloud computing.Read More
As virtualization continues to expand to new parts of IT, more administrators may be concerned with security implications.
A recent survey conducted by global IT consortium the Open Group found the vast majority of organizations are moving to the cloud.
As more businesses turn to the cloud to cope with ever-expanding data volumes, the trend has the potential to be a boon for storage providers.
In the past few years, enterprise IT has evolved, and so have the expectations of many companies’ employees.
Even as the U.S. government plans to deploy more cloud computing solutions, a recent study by CTOlabs.com found the majority of federal agencies are still relying on legacy technology to store data. Earlier this year, federal CIO Vivek Kundra introduced a new IT strategy which mandates agencies consider a “cloud first” approach to technology deployments….Read More
The Small Business Journey to the Cloud is Actually a Round Trip By Greg Boyle, Trend Micro Global Product Marketing Manager Many small businesses are still uncertain about cloud computing. They wonder if it can help with their profitability without being extremely risky. Let’s start by defining cloud computing in small business terms. There…Read More
Not long ago, we set out on a mission to perform a full scalability test on one of our products (Trend Micro Deep Security). After some quick, back-of-the-napkin calculations we discovered that we needed somewhere in the order of 35 Dell 710’s with virtualization to complete our test. Finding that many available servers is a…Read More
According to a recent Computerworld report, recent years seen a dramatic rise in the number of organizations choosing to utilize virtualization as part of their IT infrastructure solutions. Server virtualization offers businesses a number of important benefits, but the key advantage that attracts many companies to virtualize their servers is cost reduction. According to the…Read More
Dedicated Instances are Amazon EC2 instances launched within your Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) that run hardware dedicated to a single customer.
Of course, the humor here is that Amazon didn’t explain which hardware it was referring to. If you compare it to an enterprise server in a private data center, it’s clearly less secure (unless you applied cloud specific security and encryption tools perhaps). But if you compare it to existing hosting offering, it’s no less secure than enterprise grade hosting has been for a decade.