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The Sticking Points Of Security And Privacy

The Sticking Points Of Security And Privacy

The Sticking Points Of Security And Privacy “No matter how many times a privileged straight white male technology executive pronounces the death of privacy, Privacy Is Not Dead. People of all ages care deeply about privacy and they care just as much about privacy online as they do offline” (Danah Boyd) Security and Privacy are

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Cloud Infographic: Is Your Password Safe On The Cloud?

Cloud Infographic: Is Your Password Safe On The Cloud?

Cloud Infographic: Is Your Password Safe On The Cloud? In the modern world of Internet connectivity, cloud computing, online banking, social networking, personal privacy and information security is essentially dependent upon password protection. Passwords are the crucial barrier that safeguards the personal information contained in the perhaps dozens of accounts that we interact with every

Cloud Startup – Evolve IP

Cloud Startup – Evolve IP

Cloud Startup – Evolve IP Migrate To From On-Premise to the Virtual Cloud via Evolve IP The difference between an on-premise and cloud arrangement is that the former has less redundancy than the latter. This means that the cloud spreads the geographical scope of data in a number of locales, to insure against theft or

Modern Hosting Trends You Should Be Aware Of

Modern Hosting Trends You Should Be Aware Of

Modern Hosting Trends You Should Be Aware Of Web hosting business has greatly evolved through the last few years. More than ever it is about meeting customer needs and expectations which appeared under the influence of modern world trends and tendencies. Some ideas became much more important than they were even five years ago, and

Virtualization Spells “Money” For SMB IT Consultants In 2013

Virtualization Spells “Money” for SMB IT Consultants in 2013 Listen up, SMB IT guys. Consider this: The typical small and medium business server uses about 10% of its computing power. But small businesses continue to segment their servers—one server per core function—as companies like Microsoft, Dell, and HP have recommended for years. And while that’s definitely a best