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Cloud Startup – Adallom, Bringing Security Exclusively To SaaS Businesses

Cloud Startup – Adallom, Bringing Security Exclusively To SaaS Businesses

Cloud Startup – Adallom, Bringing Security Exclusively To SaaS Businesses Startup Adallom Goes Public After 18 Months Of Private Beta  Tal Klein, VP of marketing for the newest security specialist startup, Adallom, says that after eighteen months of beta testing, clients have urged Adallom to go public; so, public they are going. As of this Tuesday the

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,

Issues In Migrating Legacy Systems To The Cloud

Issues in Migrating Legacy Systems to the Cloud Increasing Cloud adoption by small and big enterprises is primarily fuelled by the growing demand for resource and service consolidation coupled with efficient resource usage while delivering cost savings. With these benefits comes with the challenges of integrating diverse set of service portfolio. Cloud integration has its

Some Reasons Behind Cloud Security Vulnerabilities

Some Reasons Behind Cloud Security Vulnerabilities

Some Reasons Behind Cloud Security Vulnerabilities We have debated back and forth that the Cloud is just as safe as the traditional enterprise option, and even more so. Combined with all the advantages, it is a better option for today’s business world. But the security fears are always just around the corner and pops up

Cloud Computing Drives Need For A Common Language Of IT

Cloud Computing Drives Need For A Common Language Of IT The IT landscape has changed significantly over the last few years and not only includes on-premise hardware and applications, but also virtual systems, employee-owned mobile devices, and cloud offerings. The increased adoption of cloud computing in particular provides enterprises with an opportunity to assess their application landscape and make