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Solving Problems On The Cloud Part 3: Overcoming Unhealthy Fixations

Solving Problems On The Cloud Part 3: Overcoming Unhealthy Fixations One example of an unhealthy fixation is the 2012 survey by Security Alliance who learned that the top threat listed by survey participants is data loss. Of course security risks on the cloud cannot be ignored but clearly this problem is hugely overstated. Why executives

Cloud Infographic: The Rise Of The Cloud

Cloud Infographic: The Rise Of The Cloud

Cloud Infographic: The Rise Of The Cloud Findings from a joint Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) and ISACA survey show that government regulations, exit strategies and international data privacy dominate the Top 10 areas where confidence in the cloud is lowest. A collaborative project by ISACA and CSA, the Cloud Market Maturity study  provides business and

Cloud Maturity Study Reveals The Top 10 Issues Eroding Cloud Confidence

Cloud Maturity Study Reveals The Top 10 Issues Eroding Cloud Confidence New Research by Cloud Security Alliance and ISACA Identifies Government Regulations, Exit Strategies, and International Data Privacy as Top Concerns Rolling Meadows, IL, USA (27 September 2012)—Findings from a joint Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) and ISACA survey show that government regulations, exit strategies and

Which Governance Framework Is Right For Cloud Computing?

Which Governance Framework Is Right For Cloud Computing? The Threat Cloud computing is revolutionizing how organizations use technology worldwide and for a good reason, it leverages on economies of scale more than any application of technology in recent history. And with the economic stability of the world swaying back and forth, organizations and businesses are

Cloud Computing To Join The Search For The God Particle

Cloud Computing To Join The Search For The God Particle

Cloud Computing to Join the Search for the God Particle Ever since the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world’s largest and highest-energy particle accelerator, went active in 2008, speculation has been rife that the elusive Higgs boson, a hypothetical elementary particle that should explain why fundamental particles have mass, will finally be discovered. The Higgs