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Computing on The Edge – Mobile Data Centers

By Josh Hamilton | March 20, 2017

Computing on the Edge Every single day more and more data is produced, exchanged, processed, and transmitted around the world. The sheer amount of data processed every day is growing exponentially and by 2020 Intel has estimated that the average

Podcast #1: Most Efficient Way To Transport Mega-petabytes Of Data

By Steve Prentice | March 12, 2017

CloudTweaks Podcast Discussing Cloud Security with Zohar Alon, CEO of Dome9. Also what is the fastest and most efficient way to transport mega-petabytes of data? Hint: it has 18 wheels. And our outsider’s perspective from Jeremy Daniel. Contact us for

5 Recommendations for Effective Governance, Risk and Compliance Management

By Vibhav Agarwal | February 20, 2017

Effective Governance, Risk and Compliance Cloud adoption continues to grow, which is evident from the fact that annual 2016 revenues for cloud vendors were “within touching distance” of $150 billion. Gartner also predicts that, a corporate ‘no-cloud’ policy will be

ThreatMetrix Quarterly Fintech Cybercrime Report 2017

By Jennifer Klostermann | February 8, 2017

Fintech Cybercrime Report 2017 ThreatMetrix has released its latest quarterly cybercrime report based on cybercrime attacks from October to December 2016, detailing trends across financial services and eCommerce, with a global study of traffic patterns and emerging threats. Financial Services

Four Cloud Security Mega Trends

By Roy Feintuch | January 19, 2017

Cloud Security Trends Last year was a big year for the cloud. Cloud adoption continued to grow at a rapid clip, even as executives from companies such as McDonald’s and ENEL talked about how their organizations are embracing a cloud-first

Smarter Homes Through Technology

By Jennifer Klostermann | January 12, 2017

Smarter Homes Rumour has it that 2017 will be the year of the smart home; not a new prediction, smart homes have been trending for a while, but an exciting possibility nonetheless. It’s possible that, as ever, given a little

Digital Identity Trends – Previewing The Year Ahead

By Simon Moffatt | December 20, 2016

Digital Identity Trends The lack of security of the Internet of Things captured public attention this year as massive distributed denial of service attacks took down much of the internet. The culprits? Unsecured connected devices that were easily accessed and

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The Global Cloud: Blockchain Could Decentralize SaaS

By Daniel Matthews | December 9, 2016

Blockchain SaaS As the prevalence of SaaS continues to grow, so too does the cloud. You know this because you experience it hands-on everyday. By 2020, 92% of our work will be cloud-based. According to Cisco, 74% of that will

5 Simple Tips to Make Strong and Robust Business Continuity Plans

By Vibhav Agarwal | November 17, 2016

Business Continuity Plans Today’s organizations need comprehensive and robust business continuity planning for swift and effective action in case of a disaster or crisis. As the trade and supply chain have gone global, businesses today expect crisis response to be

Key Takeaways From Dyn’s DDoS Attack

By Kayla Matthews | October 28, 2016

DDoS Attack Takeaways  If you tried to access some of the world’s most popular websites, such as Twitter, Spotify, CNN, Netflix and The New York Times last Friday, you may have run into some trouble. Millions in the U.S. and

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The DDoS Attack That Shook The World

By Josh Hamilton | October 27, 2016

DDoS Attack: Update 2 6 days after the DDoS attack that rocked the internet to its core, Dyn have released detailed analysis of the attack and further details have emerged. The attack has been confirmed to have been the largest of

The Managed DNS Industry

By Steven Job | October 26, 2016

Managed DNS Industry  The SaaS industry has been going through a major shift in just the last few years, which is redefining how platforms are designed. System and network administrators are demanding all-in-one platforms for a variety of management tasks. The