CohesiveFT Aims To Be A Big Player in Cloud Computing Cohesive Flexible Technologies, or CohesiveFT, can be depicted as more than a European cloud-based rising star. The London-headquartered start-up has offices in Chicago and Palo Alto and in the past three years has attracted the interest of journalists and analysts alike. Craig Heimark, Alexis Richardson, and Dwight Koop founded the company in 2006 with the idea to provide on-boarding solutions for virtual infrastructure and Cloud Computing. The company’s primary products are Elastic Server, VPN-Cubed and Context-Cubed – Private Beta. Elastic Server is a Virtual Server Life Cycle Management (VSLM) framework
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Is Cloud Computing Secure? Cloud computing has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years. Every day brings news of some acquisition, some investment, some innovation in this space. What started as a mere snowball has gradually acquired the proportions of an avalanche with all the big boys of the Information Technology putting in big dollars in cloud computing. From Microsoft to Google to late-entrant Oracle, everyone has their fingers in the cloud computing pie. However, concerns still remain, chiefly regarding security. Several companies have put off moving to the cloud simply because of security concerns. Otherwise, cloud computing with
(SCOTTSDALE, AZ–(Marketwire – January 20, 2011) – Sage North America, a provider of business management software and services to more than three million small and midsized businesses in the United States and Canada, today announced the addition of Sage SalesLogix KnowledgeSync alerts, the Sage SalesLogix Customer Portal and additional Web administration enhancements for Sage SalesLogix Cloud and on-premises users. The features are the latest in a series of ongoing enhancements that extend CRM flexibility and business value beyond traditional SaaS offerings. “Businesses consistently seek more ways to benefit from the data in their CRM systems and we design Sage SalesLogix
The Dark Side of Cloud Computing? Botnets are based on similar principles as legitimate clouds, but serve malicious business interests. Find out more about how botnets work and the right steps after having detected infected machines within your own network. Ask who controls the most powerful computing cloud in operation and Amazon EC2 or one of their competitors springs to mind. However there are other cloud computers which exist today that can directly challenge their might, and are controlled by those with their own grand designs of profit. Botnets and their creators represent a darker side of the Internet where
Cloud 101- How To Install And Configure Your First Private Cloud? Quick and simple Cloud configuration with Ubuntu The Fastest Cloud Ubuntu claims that version 10.10 is now one of the fastest routes to making your own private cloud. But once you have decided to go for it, how long will it take you to install and configure your first cloud? Download and Prepare for Ubuntu The Ubuntu Server install media comes as an iso image that would fit on a single 660MB CD. Download times will vary according to your internet connection, but with a decent modern connection you
Amazon releases the new AWS ‘Elastic Beanstalk’ Information from Amazon Website “Elastic Beanstalk leverages AWS services such as Amazon EC2, Amazon S3, Amazon Simple Notification Service, Elastic Load Balancing, and Auto-Scaling to deliver the same highly reliable, scalable, and cost-effective infrastructure that hundreds of thousands of businesses depend on today. However, you don’t need familiarity with AWS services to begin running your applications on the AWS technology infrastructure platform. Rather, you simply upload your application to Elastic Beanstalk using the AWS Management Console, the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse, or the Elastic Beanstalk command line tools or API– and behind the