Category Archives: Security

Cloud Computing: Business Continuity vs. Disastrous Events

Cloud Computing: Business Continuity vs. Disastrous Events

Cloud Computing: Business Continuity vs. Disastrous Events Bad weather can cost companies money. It is an unfortunate lesson to learn the hard way, but natural disasters like hurricanes, floods or super storms are dramatic examples of the value of cloud solutions when it comes to resiliency in the face of a catastrophe, and the ability

The Next Wave Of Cloud Computing

The Next Wave Of Cloud Computing

The Next Wave Of Cloud Computing Cloud adoption at the enterprise level requires that cloud vendors deliver on enterprise-class reliability, security, and management.  While service levels for cloud computing are competitive with most companies’ on-premise datacenters, concerns about security will drive enterprise-scale organizations to choose to deploy hybrid-cloud applications.  Hybrid-cloud in turn creates new distributed

Is There Enough Bandwidth Available To Support 100% Of The World Moving To Cloud Solutions?

Is There Enough Bandwidth Available To Support 100% Of The World Moving To Cloud Solutions?

It’s a question I’ve asked dozens of times in my blog and one I have talked to a number of different audiences and groups to and about. Is the total available deployed bandwidth enough to support the overall impact and requirements of the emerging cloud solutions? The initial answer is no not really. The first

Cloud Infographic: Survey Shows Enterprise Dev/Test Infrastructure Holding Back

Cloud Infographic: Survey Shows Enterprise Dev/Test Infrastructure Holding Back

Cloud Infographic: Survey Shows Enterprise Dev/Test Infrastructure Holding Back An excellent infographic  provided by http://www.ravellosystems.com which highlights a number of growing trends and areas which need to be addressed with regards to cloud development and testing. Some key results include:    Two-thirds need to urgently fix the fact their infrastructure is holding them back from being as