Tag Archives: Cloud Computing Security

Threatening Skies: Cloud Computing And The Managed Service Provider

Threatening Skies: Cloud Computing And The Managed Service Provider

Threatening Skies: Cloud Computing And The Managed Service Provider Business is not easy. Just when you think you have the market figured out, and your business is growing nicely, another new threat comes onto the horizon. Many VARs and MSPs who built successful businesses implementing or hosting computing infrastructure are dealing with that threat today:

UAE’s Cloud Computing As Security On An Upward March According To Latest Analysis

UAE’s Cloud Computing as Security on an Upward March according to Latest Analysis Despite ranking as one of the telltale recipients of spam, en masse, on the planet, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has faced all odds and championed the cloud like no other country in the Gulf. A reputable research agency, on tech matters,

Simple And Useful Cloud Computing Security Tips

Simple And Useful Cloud Computing Security Tips

Simple And Useful Cloud Computing Security Tips In the modern world of big data, cloud computing is becoming a greater part of both the business world and our personal lives. While cloud computing provides us with convenient access to data from many locations, it had also introduced new security issues that were not present back

Cloud Computing And Banking Security

Cloud Computing and Banking Security I have talked about security in cloud computing many times before, explaining why it is just as safe as conventional networking security, even citing its benefits over the conventional. However, there are many who still find cloud computing security lacking. Individuals which still worry about cloud security, are those that

Tips To Lessen Cloud Security Fears

Tips To Lessen Cloud Security Fears Simply because cloud computing is relatively new, it is still plagued with unfounded fears and doubts, the most prevalent of which is that of security. The truth is that it is just as safe as traditional networking technology, and sadly carries most of its vulnerabilities as well. But this just proves