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Disaster Recovery And Technology Business Continuity

Technology Business Continuity With 1,800,000,000 gigabytes of data created in the last year, the various causes of data loss and downtime such as human error, ...
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SAP Digital Consumer Insight: SAP’s Data-as-a-Service Tool Helps Business Owners Know Their Customers

SAP’s Data-as-a-Service Tool There was a point not too long ago when futurologists believed that all retail would be going online, with anonymous transactions and ...
Karen Gondoly

Why you should add a connection broker to your suite of DevOps tools

DevOps Connection Broker When staring down the DevOps path, you have no lack of tools to help you pave the way. But there’s one you’ve ...
Brian Day

Tips for Developing Apps In a Cloud Environment

DevOps and the Cloud Unless you’ve just started a brand-new organization, your IT environment is currently running a diverse collection of last-generation and older applications ...
Allan Leinwand

The Unintended – and Intended – Consequences of Cloud Data Sovereignty

Cloud Data Sovereignty It seems that everything has unintended consequences – whether positive or negative. Intended consequences are those that are chosen. Unintended consequences are ...
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Cloud security news, resources, thought leadership and infographics covering topics such DDoS, Ransomware, Privacy Breaches, cybersecurity certification and more...

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Achieving Data Security Compliance in the Cloud

By Kelly Dyer | December 7, 2021

Achieving Data Security Compliance As individuals, we go through life sharing information about ourselves in every aspect of our daily existence. From credit checks for securing a loan, through to entire personal and family medical histories for securing health insurance.

Brian Rue

What’s Holding DevOps Back

By Brian Rue | November 30, 2021

What’s Holding DevOps Back And How Developers and Businesses Can Vault Forward to Improve and Succeed Developers spend a lot of valuable time – sometimes after being woken up in the middle of the night – fixing bugs and errors.

James Crowley

Does Open-Source Software Hold the Key to Data Security?

By James Crowley | November 26, 2021

Open-Source Software Data Security Whether you realize it or not, open-source software is everywhere in our everyday tech, from mobile phones to air travel, from streaming Netflix to space exploration. Open-source software has played a pivotal role in the digital

Matthew Groves

Episode 14: NoSQL – What the Media is Saying

By Steve Prentice | November 17, 2021

NoSQL and the Media NoSQL is becoming the must have for organizations needing to manage data in ways that traditional relational databases were just not designed for. What has the industry media been saying about it? Matthew Groves product marketing

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Ongoing Concerns over Tether

By Josh Hamilton | November 16, 2021

Tether Concerns Tether (USDT) is a type of cryptocurrency known as a stable-coin. It’s price is pegged to $1 USD, with the cash to back the currency held in a reserve bank account. As of October 2021, USDT was worth