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Cloud Infographic: The Rise Of The Cloud

Cloud Infographic: The Rise Of The Cloud

Cloud Infographic: The Rise Of The Cloud Findings from a joint Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) and ISACA survey show that government regulations, exit strategies and international data privacy dominate the Top 10 areas where confidence in the cloud is lowest. A collaborative project by ISACA and CSA, the Cloud Market Maturity study  provides business and

Cloud Computing Certifications You Can Take

Cloud Computing Certifications You Can Take A cloud computing certification is a powerful tool to advance your career in IT. Since many organizations and professionals are shifting towards cloud computing, it is expected that they will need assistance as they adopt the new system. A cloud computing professional certificate proves that you have the necessary

Cloud Availability: Are You Feeling Lucky?

Cloud Availability: Are You Feeling Lucky? I’m a firm believer in having control over anything that can get me fired. So, while the cloud is wonderful for solving all sorts of IT issues, only the bold, the brave or the career suicidal place business-critical applications so completely out of their own control. My company began

The Open Data Center Alliance Publishes New Usage Models

THE OPEN DATA CENTER ALLIANCE PUBLISHES NEW USAGE MODELS AND RELEASES NATIONAL AUSTRALIA BANK CARBON FOOTPRINT BEST PRACTICE PAPER New Usage Models Outline Requirements for Interoperability in the Cloud, Including PaaS and SaaS Interoperability  BEAVERTON. ORE., August 17, 2012 – The Open Data Center Alliance (ODCA) today published two new interoperability-focused usage models focused at PaaS and

Discover How To Bring Trust To The Cloud: Strong Authentication for SaaS Applications

Discover How to Bring Trust to the Cloud: Strong Authentication for SaaS Applications However, the same exact benefits of the SaaS delivery model that are driving the trend may actually slow down further adoption of the SaaS applications by the enterprises. Why do IT departments get skeptical about moving their mission-critical applications and data into