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Can Cloud Computing Effectively Help Prevent Cybercrime?

Can Cloud Computing Effectively Help Prevent Cybercrime?

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.

Cloud Infographic: Keeping Your Business Safe Online

Cloud Infographic: Keeping Your Business Safe Online

Cloud Infographic: Keeping Your Business Safe Online Today’s information security teams increasingly rely on security systems with big data capabilities. In order to seek out and detect today’s complex advanced persistent threats you need to monitor network, host and application behavior across your organization’s IT data. Read this white paper to understand the evolving security

Five Reasons SMBs Fear The Cloud

Five Reasons SMBs Fear The Cloud

Five Reasons SMBs Fear the Cloud Fear of the cloud has been around since the Cloud began. SMBs were traditionally afraid of security issues, while large companies fretted about increasing the complexity of their IT infrastructure. What many budding start-up companies don’t realise is Cloud Computing helps place them on a level playing field with

HR, Payroll And The Cloud

HR, Payroll and The Cloud Cloud systems have progressed from being the latest buzzword, to being an integral part of our day to day personal and working lives, changing the way we communicate not just with our loved ones, but our colleagues and business partners too. But more importantly, it’s changed the way in which

Access Management In A Cloudy, Mobile World

Access Management In A Cloudy, Mobile World Lately, I’ve noticed that user access management is a recurring topic of discussion with customers and partners. Two major trends transforming industries today – mobile and cloud – are acting as catalysts for a renewed focus on this critical area of security. As mobile devices proliferate at a