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
Modern Hosting Trends You Should Be Aware Of Web hosting business has greatly evolved through the last few years. More than ever it is about meeting customer needs and expectations which appeared under the influence of modern world trends and tendencies. Some ideas became much more important than they were even five years ago, and you have to know them all to understand in full the future of the web hosting business. Below are a few trends that directly influence the modern web hosting market and emerged during last years: Deeper globalization. The geography of storing shared data has widely
10 Cloud Based Prototyping Tools So, you have an idea that you want to bring into the world – it’s a work in progress, and you want to be able to take these items with you wherever you go. In the age of tablets and super computers that fit in your briefcase, there is still nothing that can compete with the power of a desktop computer. Because of this, too many people feel that they must be chained to their desktop computer to get the maximum efficiency out of their programs and process workflow. In this article, I will show
Monitorscout.com – A Website And Server Monitoring Service Monitor Scout is a website and server monitoring company based in Sweden with over 20 external monitoring locations across the globe. Their reliable monitoring solutions cover a wide range of devices and application including websites, servers, networks and web applications can keep downtime to a minimum. Through Monitor Scout’s various solutions, you will be able to identify latency and downtime issues at the earliest onset, allowing you to solve them even before your users get a wind of them. To ensure the maximum uptime, their notification system alerts you through Email and/or
FireHost Expands Its Global Business Continuity Solutions New DNS hosting options provide better redundancy and security (Dallas, Texas — Aug. 15, 2012) — FireHost, the leading secure cloud hosting company, today announces new business continuity choices supported by DYN DNS hosting. DNS hosting extends FireHost’s business continuity capabilities beyond high-availability and load balancing solutions. The new business continuity options support clients who require constant uptime and sophisticated failover configurations for their websites or Web applications. “FireHost has been ahead of the curve with regard to securing a public cloud environment and finding advanced ways to boost performance,” said Jason Rieger, CTO of FireHost. “Now we move
17 million cyber-attacks blocked between April and June by secure cloud hosting provider London, UK – July 24, 2012 – Secure cloud hosting company, FireHost, has today revealed the latest statistical analysis of attacks successfully blocked by its servers located at data centers in the US and Europe. During the period of April to June 2012, the web applications, databases and websites of FireHost’s customers – spread across 33 countries worldwide – were protected from a total of 17 million cyber attacks, of which more than two million were categorized as the most serious kind of attack, and among FireHost’s ‘Superfecta’.
Research Findings: US Far Behind the World in Cloud Endorsement Tata Consultancy Services have spilled the beans on one of their most astounding discoveries. The analytics firm has come up with insight into how rapid global cloud endorsement by large and medium sized ventures. Statistics show that Europe and the United States have a large ground to cover in order to catch up with the rest of the world in endorsing cloud computing. The finding is quite strange in itself, augmented by the fact that the brains behind the conceptualization and implementation of cloud computing technology – Google, IBM, Microsoft,