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Time to change security – "no time for more of the same."

I haven’t scribbled a blog for a while. Rather than bombard the web with yet more content and conjecture to add to the mass already present, I need a “discussion catalyst” to compel me to write. 583 more words


How to Encourage Prospects for Transition to the Cloud

Although cloud computing has proved its credibility in leveraging business outcomes in this decade, it is difficult to turn the minds of those adamant businesspeople who do not wish to break the traditional walls. 475 more words

Cloud Computing

Prime Telecommunications Offers Innovative Cloud Disaster Recovery Solutions

Prime Telecommunications, Inc., a leader in unified communications, announced today that it has launched a program that focuses on cloud-based data safety. This program is aimed to help small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) to… 425 more words

Competitive Edge

Oracle will acquire cloud security vendor Palerra

http://www.biphoo.com/bipnews/technology/security/oracle-will-acquire-cloud-security-vendor-palerra.html Oracle will acquire cloud security vendor Palerra
Oracle will acquire cloud security vendor Palerra : Oracle has agreed to acquire Palerra, a vendor of software for securing cloud services, as part of its strategy to provide customers comprehensive identity and security cloud services… 10 more words

How Cloud Storages Can Save Your Education

Studying is quite a difficult process, which involves acquiring knowledge and operating tons of information. There are many useful tips to help students be smarter… 656 more words

Cloud Computing

Cloud security made simple

What do you think is the biggest roadblock to cloud adoption for Enterprises? Is it the cost? Is it the complexity to deploy workload? Is it the time to market? 536 more words

Data Center

Will Cloud Security Be Helped With Role Based Permission?

Any organization burdens the responsibility of ensuring that its IT infrastructure is so integrated that it encompasses the protection of proprietary information. The threat of being hacked by any given third party is very much real especially because the internet is a large pool of data that is virtually open to all who have access to it.Loss of critical data or inability to control one’s own equipment is the proverbial nightmare scenario. 510 more words