Does Google Chrome reflect broader browser issue? Last week, software developer, Elliott Kember, blogged that clicking on Chrome’s settings would return browser passwords in plain text if a thief briefly gained access to an unattended computer. Several publications reported on this apparent “security flaw” in the Google Chrome browser. Kember complained that, while the Chrome password store is designed to make it easier for consumers to use multiple passwords for different web applications, it is inherently insecure to have these saved in plain text within the browser. Google has responded that giving anyone else access to your computer operating system
A Cloud Computing Super Drive: Creating Traction of Auto Parts Software as a Service (SaaS) is the main ingredient for the traction of auto parts from manufacturing to distribution stages. Many companies in the auto industry are using this budget-worthy provision of cloud computing to help make a cheap, highly efficient vehicle whose every part is superb. The supplying channels or the engineers in the industry represent the main point of focus here because they deal directly in the fixing of auto parts and accessories. The first thing one has to understand is that every assembly plant for auto parts
CopperEgg™ Secures $2 Million to Bring Real-Time Analytics to the Cloud RevealCloud High-Frequency Data Sampling Redefines Performance Monitoring Paradigm AUSTIN, Texas, July 12, 2010 – CopperEgg, Corp., the real-time analytics company, today announced $2 million in Series A funding and the launch of RevealCloud™, a SaaS-based performance monitoring solution that helps companies accelerate the delivery of applications and services across public and private clouds. RevealCloud is the latest addition to CopperEgg’s suite of real-time performance monitoring solutions, including RevealStorage™, launched earlier this year to help IT organizations optimize the efficiency of critical datacenter resources. Silverton Partners led the first-round investment
Cloud-Based Email Archiving System to Help County Quickly Satisfy eDiscovery Requests (Press Release) Waltham, Mass., August 16, 2010 – Mimecast®, a unified email management company offering cloud-based email security, continuity, policy control and archiving, today announced that Florida’s Pasco County has teamed with Mimecast to move its email management systems to the cloud. With Mimecast, Pasco County will greatly improve the speed with which public record requests can be fulfilled. County email will now be quickly searchable and the eDiscovery process will be cut down to mere minutes, giving the County an easy, cost-effective way to fill public record requests.
The Majority of IT Departments now Use Cloud-Based Applications, with Users Reporting Better Security and Lower Costs Waltham, Mass., July 22, 2010 – Mimecast®, a leading supplier of cloud-based email security, continuity, policy control and archiving, today announced the results of the second annual Mimecast Cloud Adoption Survey, an annual research report examining attitudes to cloud computing services amongst IT decision-makers in UK and US businesses. The survey, conducted by independent research firm Loudhouse, reveals that a majority of organizations (51 percent) are now using some form of cloud computing service—and the levels of satisfaction amongst those companies is high