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Cloud New Round Up Post – February 12th

Cloud New Round Up Post – February 12th

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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3 Recommended Whitepapers: “Mastering Google Apps In The Classroom”

3 Recommended Whitepapers: “Mastering Google Apps In The Classroom”

3 Recommended Whitepapers: “Mastering Google Apps in the Classroom” Google Apps are a big part of the current cloud infrastructure providing a number of services to businesses of all sizes. Here are 3 recommended research papers to read over this week.   “Mastering Google Apps in the Classroom“ Has your school joined the Google revolution? This

3 Keys To Keep Enterprise Clouds Secure

3 Keys To Keep Enterprise Clouds Secure

3 Keys To Keep Enterprise Clouds Secure Outsourcing has won out over ownership, and the rush to the cloud continues to gather pace. Where security is concerned there are two major trends that threaten to expose your company to unnecessary risk. There’s a lack of planning and due diligence when choosing cloud providers, and there’s

Signing On The Dotted Cloud

Signing On The Dotted Cloud

Signing on the Dotted Cloud One area where the virtual world of the cloud leads to a sense of discomfort has to do with signing documents and contracts. For centuries, the binding value of an agreement was based on an individual’s capacity to sign his or her name at the bottom – a visual and

Cloud Infographic – PRISM Is Only A Symptom

Cloud Infographic – PRISM Is Only A Symptom

Cloud Infographic – PRISM Is Only A Symptom There has been an endless number of articles discussing PRISM, NSA and a whole slew of other related privacy issues. When will this all stop? I’m sure most people feel that it never will. Included is an infographic provided by PerspecSys which illustrates some very interesting figures surrounding data