Category Archives: Technology

New AlgoSec Survey Reveals Huge Challenge To Unify Security Policy Management

New AlgoSec Survey Reveals Huge Challenge To Unify Security Policy Management

New AlgoSec Survey Reveals Huge Challenge to Unify Security Policy Management Across On-Premise and Public Cloud Environments  Survey Highlights Need to Increase Visibility, Create New Workflows and Compliance Processes, and Reconsider Team Responsibilities to Secure Network Access in a Hybrid Environment Boston, MA – (September 30, 2014) – AlgoSec, the market leader for Security Policy…

You Say You Want a Revolution?

You Say You Want a Revolution?

It’s easy in our jobs as marketers to get caught in the day-to-day marketing march. We know everything there is to know about email deliverability…or search campaign optimization…or responsive design. When events hit our calendar we get a chance to lift our heads, look around, eat massive amounts of salty snack food, wear our comfortable…

5 Steps To Achieve Hyper Productivity With Your Digital Apps Development

5 Steps To Achieve Hyper Productivity With Your Digital Apps Development

5 Steps To Achieve Hyper Productivity With Your Digital Apps Development The mobile and cloud revolution in enterprise IT is well underway and is already causing never-before–seen changes in the way apps are developed, managed and transformedd. The driving factors behind these changes are massively empowered consumers who have information about a brand’s product and…

Cloud Infographic – History Of Computer Threats

Cloud Infographic – History Of Computer Threats

Cloud Infographic – History Of Computer Threats We’d like to close out the week by providing you with an infographic courtesy of Dell which presents a fast-fact look at The History of Computer Security Threats. Security threats are constant, in many cases extremely calculated and inevitably unforgiving. There will most likely never be a 100% foolproof…

Drones And Cloud Computing

Drones And Cloud Computing

“I don’t need a hard disk in my computer if I can get to the server faster… carrying around these non-connected computers is byzantine by comparison.” – Steve Jobs While we have been waiting for the future to come, the future is happening right now. The past 200 years have granted us with two major…

Cloud Infographic –  European Locations For IT Infrastructure

Cloud Infographic – European Locations For IT Infrastructure

Cloud Infographic –  European Locations For IT Infrastructure With weariness about data laws in the U.S. growing among enterprises, many are opting to host their data in European countries. According to a survey by ResearchNow, commissioned by Peer1 Hosting, the data sovereignty issue is so important that 70% of U.S. businesses would give up some…

Is SaaS For You? Three Questions To Ask

Is SaaS For You? Three Questions To Ask

The idea of providing software to customers for a fee without the need for investments in IT infrastructure or staff has been around for decades. In the 1970s it was called Timesharing. Back then, companies utilized Timesharing services as their primary source of IT applications or as an extension of in-house IT applications, thereby avoiding…

Are Drones Not Safe for Civilians?

Are Drones Not Safe for Civilians?

Are Drones Not Safe for Civilians? The threat of global terror has made war a perpetual constant in our world today. As enemies become more difficult to identify, nations are trading in their illicit military strategy for more covert security and defense operations. In recent years, defense organizations have turned to technology as an alternative…

Cloud Infographic – NASA Furthering Technology Innovation

Cloud Infographic – NASA Furthering Technology Innovation

Cloud Infographic – NASA Furthering Technology Innovation NASA has been the focus of a number of articles on CloudTweaks over the years, from the Nebula-Openstack Project to the rocketing into the outer limits with Space exploration.  One thing for certain is that the adoption of new technologies, innovation and collaboration will allow NASA to reach outer spaces at…