Category Archives: White Papers

Methodology Of Cloud Computing Risk Assessment

Methodology Of Cloud Computing Risk Assessment A Break in the Cloud’s Silver Lining Though cloud computing is considered as the new paradigm of computing, it should not be considered as a new technology but merely a new implementation or application of existing technology, specifically networking and telecommunications technology. So this brings with it some inherent

The 4 Primary Cloud Deployment Models

The 4 Primary Cloud Deployment Models With most organizations focusing on leveraging the cloud in order to cut capital expenditure and control operating costs, there is aggressive growth in business for cloud adoption. However, the cloud can bring security risks and challenges for IT Management, which can be more expensive  for the organization to deal

Whitepaper: Deploy and Maintain Thousands of Security Devices in Seconds

Deploy and Maintain Thousands of Security Devices in Seconds Organizations that used to be relatively safe from advanced and organized cyber crime are entering a new era. Their IT and network risk levels are rising as hacking becomes a more mainstream form of crime. This industrialization of hacking has made any organization offering a reasonable amount of financial,

Social Cloud: The Explosion Of The Social Cloud

Social Cloud: Forrester Names Yammer As A Leader Activities Streams Base An Integrated Social Layer The enterprise social software market is exploding thanks to converging trends of consumerization, cloud, and mobile. In this must-read report, “The Forrester Wave: Activities Streams, Q2 2012“, Forrester Research Inc. evaluated five social software vendors with core strengths in the

Gussy Up Your Employment With Cloud Computing

Gussy Up Your Employment with Cloud Computing With reports of 50,000 new jobs being launched in cloud computing/IT in Los Angeles alone, it’s official: the employment iron is hot. Strike into the fray with a sophisticated grasp of how cloud computing can improve your approach and your potential company. Chasing versus cultivating. The sphere of