Global 2000 Firm Achieves 192 Percent ROI Securing Critical Financial Applications

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Financial Services Institution Improved Secure Development Processes and Reduced Enterprise Risk, According to Case Study by Leading Analyst Firm BURLINGTON, MA–(Marketwired – Jul 24, 2014) - Veracode, the application security company, today released a commissioned case study by Forrester Consulting describing how a Global 2000 financial services company secured its critical outsourced and internally-developed applications with

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Packet Inspection Technology And The Cloud

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Packet Inspection Technology And The Cloud Cloud computing technology is transforming our environment, workplaces, as well as organizations by provisioning massive quantities of computing power available to even the smallest companies on a pay-as-you-go basis. The exponential adoption of cloud is a welcome change, however, like coin having two sides, the innovations that have made

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Russia’s New Data Storage Law: Protecting Information Or Silencing Dissent?

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Russia’s New Data Storage Law: Protecting Information Or Silencing Dissent? News broke late last week that Russia’s lower house of parliament had passed a law which required all internet companies operating inside the country to store Russian citizens’ personal data with the borders of its territory. The law is scheduled to come into effect on

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Veracode Recognized As “Leader” In The Gartner Magic Quadrant

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Veracode Recognized as “Leader” in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Security Testing for Third Consecutive Report BURLINGTON, MA–(Source: Marketwired – Jul 7, 2014) – Veracode, the application security company, today announced that it has been positioned in the “Leaders” quadrant of Gartner, Inc.’s 2014′s “Application Security Testing Magic Quadrant”. The quadrant is based on an

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Staying On Top Of The Cloud: Information Governance

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Staying On Top Of The Cloud: Information Governance Information governance is a broad, relative as well as a subjective term! If you simply look it up at Wikipedia, you will find the following definition: “Information governance, or IG, is the set of multi-disciplinary structures, policies, procedures, processes and controls implemented to manage information at an

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Cloud Computing Adoption In Developing Countries

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Cloud Computing Adoption in Developing Countries Cloud computing is one of the latest innovations in the realm of information technology. The ability of cloud computing in processing, transmitting, and storing data makes it increasingly significant in the delivery of public and private services. Cloud computing as a disruptive technology with major implications for markets, economies

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The New Wave On The Cloud: Object Based Storage

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The New Wave On The Cloud: Object Based Storage Is your data exponentially growing? Are you using orthodox storage systems like Storage Area Network (SAN) and Network Attached Storage (NAS)? Cloud computing with its numerous benefits and innovative capabilities now offers a novel way of working with data through ‘Object based storage model’. Due to

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Cloud Infographic: The State Of Converged Infrastructure

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Cloud Infographic: The State Of Converged Infrastructure The results of Zenoss’ annual State of Converged Infrastructure Study  are in: Converged infrastructure has become mainstream. Unlike last year, when most adopters were technologies companies, in 2014 the financial industry has embraced converged infrastructure, reporting improved productivity (78.7%) as well as improved customer satisfaction (73.3%). Overall adoption is

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Computing Before And Now – Side-Effects Of Technology

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Computing Before And Now – Side-Effects of Technology It was during the 1970’s we evidenced the beginning of personal computing technologies being introduced by IBM with its first portable computer, Intel with its first microprocessor, and the first Apple computer. Before this period, organizations used to function no different than today, even without the sheer

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