Is My Public Cloud Too Public? Part 4

Cloud Security

Taking the bull by the horns—Secure Identity, Information, and Infrastructure Continued From Part 3 Public cloud computing requires a security model that reconciles scalability and multi-tenancy with the need for trust. As enterprises move their computing environments along with their identities, information and infrastructure to the cloud, they must be willing to give up some level

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Who Can Access Your data, And Where Does Your Data Live? Legal Aspects Of Cloud Computing

Who can access your data, and where does your data live? Legal aspects of Cloud computing Lawmakers are often way behind technologists and engineers, and it is no surprise that there has been little legislation specifically relating to Cloud computing. Often a major lawsuit gets filed before they wake up to the implications of the technology.

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New Software Gives Companies Greater Control of Unstructured Data

New Software Gives Companies Greater Control of Unstructured Data Likewise application enables data management, governance and analytics BELLEVUE, Wash., December 1, 2011 – Likewise announced today new software to better access, secure, manage and audit unstructured data across multiple platforms – financial files, medical records, office documents, media and big data files, which account for

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Disaster Recovery and the Cloud: New solutions for offsite data protection

Disaster Recovery and the Cloud: New solutions for offsite data protection The typical backup model adopted by most companies is fairly simple: once a week, the business’s data servers are copied to magnetic tape. Incremental changes are backed up as the week progresses. In general, a full week’s tape set is regularly sent offsite. Some

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A Closer Look At The Scalability Of Windows Azure

The Scalability Of Windows Azure Cloud-computing providers in general and Windows Azure in particular offer nearly infinite scalability, virtually unlimited capacity, blazing performance and extremely quick provision times. However, to properly take advantage of these great benefits, teams need to plan ahead and understand all potential pitfalls and challenges. One of the more significant differences

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MimeCast Chief Scientist & Chief Security Officer Discuss Cloud Security

MimeCast Chief Scientist & Chief Security Officer Discuss Cloud Security In your own words, please describe Mimecast and the company’s service to readers. Nathaniel: Mimecast is a cloud-based email management company. We provide our customers with a unified solution for their company’s email that incorporates security, business continuity, storage, and eDiscovery solutions. With Mimecast, companies’

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