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Cloud Security Topics: Using Network Threat Protection to Decrease Vulnerability

November 17, 2020

Category: Global Cloud

While this pandemic has moved healthcare to the cloud, there has been a learning curve for organizations that have recently migrated. One of the most common misconceptions among healthcare IT teams is that the cloud service provider is solely responsible […]


With COVID-19 hanging on, migration to the cloud accelerates

November 12, 2020

Category: Global Cloud

With the COVID-19 pandemic showing no signs of abating, migration to the cloud is expected to accelerate as enterprises choose to let someone else worry about their server gear. In its global IT outlook for 2021 and beyond, IDC predicts […]


What will cloud security look like in 3 years?

November 6, 2020

Category: Global Cloud

Gartner states through 2020, public IaaS workloads will suffer at least 60 percent fewer security incidents than workloads in traditional data centers. When I pointed this out several years ago, many scoffed at the claim. Both the hyperscalers and third-party […]


Global Cloud

Cloud computing: Now even more of your apps are about to make the jump

November 17, 2020

Via: ZDnet

Cloud computing will account for an even bigger chunk of enterprise tech spending over the next few years, as businesses decide it’s time to migrate even more applications and services. Spending on public cloud services is expected to grow 18.4% […]


Global Cloud

Cybercrime Moves to the Cloud to Accelerate Attacks Amid Data Glut

November 16, 2020

Via: Threat Post

Cybercriminals are embracing cloud-based services and technologies in order to accelerate their attacks on organizations and better monetize their wares, researchers have found. This is largely driven by cybercriminals who sell access to what they call “clouds of logs,” which […]


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Amazon begins shifting Alexa’s cloud AI to its own silicon

November 13, 2020

Via: ArsTechnica

On Thursday, an Amazon AWS blogpost announced that the company has moved most of the cloud processing for its Alexa personal assistant off of Nvidia GPUs and onto its own Inferentia Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC). Amazon dev Sebastien Stormacq […]