5 Reasons Why Cloud Contracts Should Scare You Marketing Hype ≠ Cloud Contract. Accepting the terms and conditions on a cloud provider’s website can be dangerous, and often the user doesn’t have the option of negotiation. And face it, nobody reads those click thru agreements anyway (except lawyers). So, what do they say and why should they scare you? Here are my top 5 typical terms: We Don’t Do Security. “Confidential or sensitive data should not be transmitted over the Internet or stored on computers connected to the Internet,” warns a cloud contract. Perhaps this is sage advice, but how many computers aren’t connected to
Patterns Of Security Software Consumption In Cloud Business With an increasing number of people getting involved in the world of technology, there are significant security issues that need to be considered as well. The involvement of different departments in this is thought to change the overall trend of the entire marketplace. The way these virtual techniques are replacing the traditional hardware is something that might grow of concern to the governments of countries as they strive to maintain high levels of security. What Are Some Of The Issues To consider In 2013 Regarding Cloud Computing? There are a number of
Can We Afford The Resources We Spend on the Cloud? We often think about the Cloud in terms of security, services provided, storage space and price so it is fairly easy to forget about the resources that are needed to keep the Cloud floating in the blue, virtual sky. And yet even our home computers are sucking enough power that if you did not use them for a month and you and would set in place green measures like auto sleep, you would see a significant improvement in your electrical bill. So how much electricity does the Cloud eat up?
How Much Security Can Secure Your Life In Cloud Mobile? This can be the trillion or septillion dollar question of this decade. When you are cheerfully using your smartphone to perform all online transactions and interactions, you are thinking that you can beat the security concerns of using a public computer or storing the data in public domain. We do not carry wallets anymore; we have shifted to Google Wallet. Using real money is almost obsolete these days as we prefer online banking. You just log in to your e-banking account and do whatever you want to do with our
How To Implement Cloud Computing Security You may not realize it but your company may have adopted cloud computing. Your company may have subscribed to other miscellaneous services like the ones being offered by Salesforce.com or you may be using a hosted email. Your organization may even be implementing an internal private cloud. With all the uncertainties and fears of using the cloud, one must accept the fact that cloud computing will be here for a long time. It is but expected that everyone will have security as their number one fear when a new technology is introduced to the
HP Unveils Expanded Enterprise Security Solutions for the Instant-On Enterprise Comprehensive security services and technology portfolio delivers insight and protection against modern cyberthreats (PALO ALTO, Calif., Sept. 12, 2011) HP today announced its expanded Enterprise Security Solutions portfolio, designed to help enterprises establish and execute a comprehensive security strategy that addresses threats and potential liabilities resulting from the rise of mobility, cloud computing and social media. Cyberthreats have become more sophisticated, persistent and unpredictable. New research conducted on behalf of HP demonstrates that the volume and complexity of security threats has continued to escalate. More than 50 percent of senior
Microsoft Intune With Cloud Management Service REDMOND, Wash. – March 23, 2011 – When Microsoft PC management and security solutions go to the cloud, the result is Windows Intune – a new Microsoft product to help businesses manage, secure and update their fleet of PCs. Windows Intune is a cloud-based solution that lets IT pros provide comprehensive management of PCs over a Web connection. Windows Intune, which launches today at the Microsoft Management Summit (MMS) in Las Vegas, makes it possible for IT professionals to provide PC management and security services to their organization or client over the Internet –