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Many Changes In The Realm Of Cloud Security For 2014

Many Changes In The Realm Of Cloud Security For 2014

Many Changes In The Realm Of Cloud Security For 2014! When thinking about information security you may jump straight to the Snowden leaks of 2013. However, this isn’t the only security troubles from last year we can remember. Keep in mind that there were security breaches coming from all over the world, such as the

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Time To Learn More About Learning

Time To Learn More About Learning

Time To Learn More About Learning Every year, companies collectively spend billions of dollars delivering skills to employees of all ages through training methods that are out of date or simply out of touch. At least four generations of workers co-exist, from the post-World War two veterans through to the youngest new professionals – the

How Financial Services Find Traction In The Cloud

How Financial Services Find Traction In The Cloud

How Financial Services Find Traction In The Cloud Much of the enthusiasm and discussion about cloud technology focuses on its dynamic and innovative structure, and with each passing day a new technique or resource bursts onto the scene with promises of greater functionality and speed for all. But this causes great trepidation and reluctance among

Will The FBI Takedown Of Silk Road Force Cyber Criminals To Become More Sophisticated?

Will The FBI Takedown Of Silk Road Force Cyber Criminals To Become More Sophisticated?

Will The FBI Takedown Of Silk Road Force Cyber Criminals To Become More Sophisticated? We all have our concerns when it comes to Cloud computing security and privacy. From our children being exposed to indecent images and videos, or the negative effects of social media, to identity theft and pornography. It’s a technology we use

Business Versus Technical Cloud Brokers And Why It Matters

Business Versus Technical Cloud Brokers And Why It Matters

Business versus Technical Cloud Brokers and Why it Matters Gartner predicts “By 2015, at least 20% of all cloud services will be consumed via internal or external cloud service brokerages, rather than directly, up from less than 5% today.” Thus, it is important to understand what a cloud broker is and what they do; however,