If you’re trying to decide which device to buy for your next trip because your current laptop is too old, […]
Rogue employees, hackers, government employees all threats to keeping information stored on the cloud private Edward Snowden’s leaks about NSA […]
Big Data-as-a-Service offers quick, inexpensive, targeted analytics Kevin Walker’s sales team was buried under information. Internal records, news reports, third-party […]
Cloudy Does the cloud help or hinder credit card payment security and compliance? Depending on whom you ask, processing credit card payments in […]
Organizations lack critical cloud computing skills such as assessing the risks associated with cloud computing and managing cloud initiatives, according […]
Group will advocate for openness in cloud computing but isn’t looking to set standards The Open Cloud Initiative, a non-profit […]
Google’s two-factor authentication system is now available in 150 countries and 40 languages, the company recently said. The service — […]
Amazon’s infamous cloud outage in April brought down a number of popular Web sites, including foursquare and Reddit – but […]
Companies with backup systems in place kept their businesses running when a major outage at Amazon shut down websites.
More and more companies are going virtual, which allows employees to telecommute, work from the road, and be based anywhere on the planet. This approach saves money in office costs, improves productivity and morale, and allows the company to benefit from accessing talent in low-cost countries.
Many companies, both small and large, are wary of doing business with cloud providers because of concerns about outages, data loss, and privacy issues. These are all serious concerns, but addressing them is a straightforward process.
As cloud vendors mature, Web-based delivery of applications, storage and infrastructure is getting more secure and trustworthy.
New services deliver a range of technology without up-front capital investment. The downside could be giving up control. More than […]
SunGard is set to launch on Sept. 22 a cloud-based, treasury-on-demand product for companies with up to $2 billion in revenue.