Most Businesses Have Transitioned To The Cloud, But Not Everyone – AppZero Can Help! While over half of U.S. businesses currently use cloud computing in some way or another, there are still so many out there who have not yet jumped on board. It isn’t that surprising, though, considering just how complicated it can be to move an entire IT system of applications to the cloud or to another server. These challenges are just what the AppZero team endeavor to solve, and thus far, have gotten high remarks and positive feedback from clients and on-lookers. With the rise in cloud
Cloud Security Alliance Annual EMEA Congress Discussions It was as cloudy as Edinburgh could be in the autumn, when the “Cloud Security Alliance Annual EMEA Congress” featuring about 300 Cloud Computing stake-holders, gathered for the event that was held during the last week of September, produced By MISTI Europe. The variety of organizations participating demonstrated the array of topics relevant to Cloud Computing adoption. Standards institutions – alongside government bodies, cloud providers and software vendors – demonstrated the challenges facing Cloud Computing. The considerable number of non-EU presenters further demonstrated the globalization process this technology is going through these days, as
Cloud Startup: Metacloud – Production Ready From Day One! On Tuesday, I was able to sit down with Mr. Steve Curry, co-founder and President of Metacloud, to talk in depth about what drives Metacloud forward in this ever changing industry of cloud computing. A little background on the company to start off with; Metacloud was originally funded back in August 2011 and is based in Pasadena, California. The startup is located quite close to Caltech which Mr. Curry says is a great site for bringing in new, engineering talent. Since their start, Metacloud has grown from two entrepreneurs to a team
4 Tools To Help Enable A Successful Cloud Computing Experience Since the introduction of the cloud, “business as usual” has transformed. This technology has allowed companies to better their IT performances, and ultimately, their services for consumers. Just a few years ago, the cloud was a nearly incomprehensible concept to the world. Now, nearly every business uses the cloud and some even sell cloud computing services to other enterprises. Most recently, Verizon Internet and IBM announced their cloud computing services. And other major companies, like Cisco and Amazon have been in the business for several years. Image Source: Shutterstock) With the right tool, you can manage
Cloud Infographic: 2013 Cyber Security Intelligence Index Based on daily monitoring of security for more than 4,000 clients, IBM has determined that DDoS attacks are on the rise. The average large company must filter through 1,400 cyber attacks weekly according to the IBM Cyber Security Intelligence Index. But many organizations do not have the on-site expertise or the right IT skills and tools required to combat them. Also, many do not have an incident response program in place or rely on existing programs that are out of date, not regularly tested or recently updated to address the growing exponential threats.
CloudBerry Lab Takes You To The Glacier The world of data management and storage continues to change and flex as it enters the realm of the cloud, with sophisticated technologies running in a never-ending horse-race against the increased demands of the end users. One constant remains: people need access to data, and they also need to store data, which is why they turn to cloud storage and backup specialists. CloudBerry Lab (cloudberrylab.com) is one such specialist. They work a great deal in the Windows Azure environment, providing low-cost and reliable backup for small and mid-sized businesses. Alexander Negrash, Marketing Manager