Category Archives: Security

Cloud Fringe Benefits: Tackling The Olympic Rush With Cloud Computing

Cloud Fringe Benefits: Tackling The Olympic Rush With Cloud Computing The London Olympics 2012, an event definitely expected to result in festivity throughout the United Kingdom, might not prove to be that much of an auspicious experience for businesses located within (and even outside) the city. The reasons are quite understandable – higher magnitudes of traffic

How Are Canadians Affected By The USA Patriot Act And Cloud Computing?

How Are Canadians Affected By The USA Patriot Act And Cloud Computing? Whether Canadians like it or not, they are affected by the US Patriot Act. While some of the previous issues have been settled already, some new issues are already popping up – issues with cloud computing. The US Patriot Act, otherwise known as

AWS Outage – Ground-Hog Day Meets Murphy’s Law; You Guys Should Get A Room!

AWS Outage – Ground-Hog Day Meets Murphy’s Law; You Guys Should Get A Room!

AWS Outage – Ground-Hog Day Meets Murphy’s Law; You Guys Should Get A Room! So, here we go again – I’ve said it once, so I’ll say it again. It gives me no pleasure to write another blog post about AWS suffering another outage in their West Virginia Zone. This because of a couple of

All Things Apologetic: Cisco Connect Cloud Gets Overhauled

All Things Apologetic: Cisco Connect Cloud Gets Overhauled Last week witnessed the networking giant Cisco being exposed to an immense conflagration of criticism from its customers, primarily because of policies pertinent to its novel Cisco Connect Cloud solution. A fresh line-up of Linksys Wi-Fi routers meant for home usage was revealed – the EA2700, the