Tag: security

Cloud Computing Issues

Cisco pays cool $2.3 billion for hot security company Duo

August 2, 2018

Via: Network World Cloud Computing

Cisco today laid out $2.35 billion in cash and stock for network identity, authentication security company Duo. According to Cisco, Duo helps protect organizations against cyber breaches through the company’s cloud-based software that verifies the identity of users and the […]

Cloud clients

Google, Cisco amp-up enterprise cloud integration

July 31, 2018

Via: Network World Cloud Computing

The joint Google and Cisco Kubernetes platform for enterprise customers should appear before the end of the year, and things are getting warm between the two companies ahead of that highly anticipated release. Cisco and Google last October teamed up […]

Cloud Computing Issues

MSP 501 Profile: Security Sales Propel Thrive Networks but Don’t Define Its Potential

July 17, 2018

Via: Talkin' Cloud

Imagine you’re a top 50 MSP 501 company that caters to financial services firms that need exacting vertical market expertise, comprehensive insights on regulatory compliance and superior technological integration and development skills. What do you think would be the fastest […]

Cloud Computing Issues

Microsoft Lines Up Azure, Big Data Announcements, More Ahead of Inspire

July 12, 2018

Via: Talkin' Cloud

Azure is at the heart of Microsoft’s business strategy. The company on Thursday made several key Azure-related announcements, as well others that focus on the intelligent cloud/intelligent edge and Microsoft’s four solution areas: the modern workplace; business applications; applications and […]

Cloud Computing Issues

Utilizing Machine Learning to Make Security More Effective

June 29, 2018

Via: Talkin' Cloud

As an MSP, you’re looking for new ways to improve services without adding overhead. The addition of providing security to your clients is an absolute necessity in today’s threat landscape, but MSPs need ways to ensure the highest levels of […]

Cloud Computing Issues

Is It Cheaper to Pay for Cybersecurity Now or Pay Ransom to Criminals Later?

June 14, 2018

Via: Talkin' Cloud

Breaching enterprise systems and holding their data hostage is a growing threat to organizations everywhere. Governments are fighting back by putting the onus on custodians to protect their data or face hefty fines. Even so, bad actors show no signs […]

Deployment Models, Hybrid Cloud, Others

The multiple stages of adopting a multi-cloud strategy

June 14, 2018

Via: CompareTheCloud

By the time the technology reaches maturity and universal adoption, early adopters have already begun looking for ways to enhance and diversify their use of said technology and extend their competitive advantage. We are seeing this today with cloud, as […]

Cloud Computing Issues

Rationale in irrationality – The coming of cloud bust?

May 17, 2018

Via: Network World Cloud Computing

Any technology, product, or service can become so popular that it develops a trendiness, in which case it becomes difficult to determine if the tool actually has its perceived value or is causing overzealousness in the market. Cloud computing has […]

Deployment Models, Others

Rackspace Launches Kubernetes-as-a-Service with Fully Managed Operations

May 16, 2018

Via: Cloud Tweaks

SAN ANTONIO – May 16, 2018 – Rackspace today announced Rackspace Kubernetes-as-a-Service, a highly-available managed service that transforms the way enterprises can utilize new container technologies, accelerating their digital transformation. Rackspace is focused on delivering true transformation as a service […]

Deployment Models, Private Cloud

3 ways IBM Cloud Private delivers business value

May 4, 2018

Via: Thoughts on Cloud

At the IBM Cloud Private Day event in Johannesburg, South Africa, last month, Soloman Barghouthi, a product manager for hybrid cloud, told ITWeb that IBM Cloud Private isn’t something leaders buy just because they have money to spend. “I’m buying […]