Cloud New Round Up Post – February 12th

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Cloud New Round Up Post February 12th  Here is your cloud news round up for the week.  Europa Commission Proposes Internet Governance Reform – In the past few months it has come to light that data has been secured by governments and privacy measures have been breached in an effort to curb crime. More than a

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Government Agencies Struggling To Meet Objectives Of Cloud First Mandate

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Government Agencies Struggling to Meet Objectives of Cloud First Mandate Procurement red tape and a lack of trained personnel continue to plague federal departments and agencies in their efforts to comply with the directives of President Obama’s Cloud First mandate. The policy, issued by the federal government three years ago, requires all federal entities to

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Pinup: Shodogg Technology Allows Universal Data Access

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Shodogg Technology Allows Universal Data Access A technology startup with a demonstrated track record of performance and innovation, Shodogg offers businesses, government, and other end users the opportunity to access data from any mobile device and display the information on smart screens anywhere else in the world. Founded in 2011, the company, which operates from

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Can Cloud Computing Effectively Help Prevent Cybercrime?

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Can Cloud Computing Effectively Help Prevent Cybercrime? We stand on the edge of the digital age, where technology moves quickly, and our lives have been transformed by modern computing. Digitization has resulted in a staggering amount of information flowing through cyberspace. Processing that data has led to a revolution in how we store and access information.

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5 Cloud Security Predictions For 2014

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5 Cloud Security Predictions For 2014 Data security is always a hot topic among IT industry pundits, but I believe 2013 will go down as the year security crawled out of the basement and into the cultural zeitgeist. Edward Snowden and the NSA spying revelations may have been the biggest tech story of the year.

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Trend Micro Predicts Cyber Security Concerns For 2014 And Beyond

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Trend Micro Predicts Cyber Security Concerns for 2014 and Beyond Mobile threats, targeted attacks and vulnerabilities for the Internet of Everything highlighted DALLAS, Dec. 9, 2013 – Trend Micro Incorporated (TYO: 4704; TSE: 4704) today released its annual security predictions report, “Blurring Boundaries: Trend Micro Security Predictions for 2014 and Beyond.” The outlook cites that one major

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BitCoin: A Loop Of Faith

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BitCoin: A Loop of Faith If you find yourself in Allentown, Pennsylvania around lunchtime, feeling a little hungry but without any cash in your pocket, take heart: the Subway franchise on Hamilton Boulevard takes BitCoin. If you have the app on your phone, your sandwich will only cost you 0.006 BTC, or thereabouts. BitCoin, the

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CIAA: What Should Matter Most For Cloud Security

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CIAA: What Should Matter Most For Cloud Security Everyday there are more articles citing security as the top concern holding back public cloud adoption. While cloud means many things to different people, so does the term security. In discussions with business and industry experts, security concerns really boil down to the classic CIA—now CIAA—triad: confidentiality,

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ARM Proposes Innovative Cloud Security Solution

ARM Proposes Innovative Cloud Security Solution After Edward Snowden exposed the US government’s ingenious plan to monitor every major web platform in existence, including Facebook, Twitter and even Microsoft, trust in Cloud Storage security has come down to an all time low. However, with Google coming with a free encryption service for its clients, UK-based

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US Cloud Computing Industry Might Lose Up To $35bn Over NSA Revelations

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US Cloud Computing Industry might lose up to $35bn over NSA revelations  US tech giants fear that they can lose up to $35bn in cloud computing contracts over the next few years after the news came out that US companies share stored data with the government’s surveillance organization NSA. After recent revelations that popped up

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