Category Archives: Technology

Tweaking With Application Assessment Tools

Tweaking With Application Assessment Tools

Application Assessment We have all seen the TV commercial where impossible situations are solved quickly by simply pressing a button market “Easy.” For many organizations, the cloud presents a difficult transition. Over the past few years as a consultant helping organizations consider cloud computing, I have developed a number of useful tools to help customers…

To Migrate or to not Migrate: In-House vs. Outsourced Cloud Computing

To Migrate or to not Migrate: In-House vs. Outsourced Cloud Computing

In-House vs. Outsourced Cloud Computing Through working as an executive in the managed DNS industry for over 15 years, I have become a sort of expert in managing costs while also maintaining high performance and uptime standards. With the recent push the cloud, I have been urged to evaluate the cost efficiencies between operating an…

What You Need To Know About Choosing A Cloud Services Provider

What You Need To Know About Choosing A Cloud Services Provider

Selecting The Right Cloud Services Provider How to find the right partner for cloud adoption on an enterprise scale The cloud is capable of delivering many benefits, enabling greater collaboration, business agility, and speed to market. Cloud adoption in the enterprise has been growing fast. Worldwide spending on public cloud services will grow at a…

44 Percent of Americans Who Want Move-In Ready Say Smart Home Technology is a Must

44 Percent of Americans Who Want Move-In Ready Say Smart Home Technology is a Must

Real Estate and IoT Growth MADISON, N.J., Aug. 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Out with the old and in with the high-tech. A new survey from Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC and Parks Associates found that Americans are thinking differently about “move-in ready” homes; they now want it to be “smart ready” too. According to the survey of…

Delusions of Adequacy: Why Presidential Policy Directive 41 Falls Short

Delusions of Adequacy: Why Presidential Policy Directive 41 Falls Short

Delusions of Adequacy President Obama’s recent policy directive on cybersecurity was eight years in the making. Unfortunately, its proposed actions are barely adequate to the massive task of defending against the onslaught of daily cyber attacks on U.S. companies and government agencies. The new document, Presidential Policy Directive 41, is supposed to improve government and…

How The CFAA Ruling Affects Individuals And Password-Sharing

How The CFAA Ruling Affects Individuals And Password-Sharing

Individuals and Password-Sharing With the 1980s came the explosion of computing. In 1980, the Commodore ushered in the advent of home computing. Time magazine declared 1982 was “The Year of the Computer.” By 1983, there were an estimated 10 million personal computers in the United States alone. As soon as computers became popular, the federal…