As cloud computing becomes more common, companies are looking for ways to increase cloud security. In this guest post, tech writer Doug Bonderud highlights two new strategies.
Enterprise 2.0 is changing the world of business. Organizations want to empower their employees through tools like social media, without sacrificing productivity or security. Read the latest enterprise 2.0 news and insights below:
One prominent IT expert recently delivered a ringing endorsement of cloud computing services:
Many organizations are relying too much on their vendors for cloud security, according to a recent study from security researchers.
As cloud computing becomes more popular, it’s becoming harder for IT to separate the truth from the hype. In this post, guest author Daniel Clarke discusses some of the myths believed about cloud computing.
As cloud computing becomes the norm in most organizations, there’s a serious cloud security risk many companies aren’t doing enough to stop:
More companies are turn to cloud computing and software as a severice (SaaS), especially for large, resource-intensive applications like enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. In this guest post, software developer Patricia Jones discusses the pros and cons of cloud-based ERP software.
Despite the benefits of cloud computing, there are several factors which may give companies second thoughts about moving data and applications to the Cloud. In this guest post, Systems Analyst Vanessa Parks offers a list of the top factors to consider.
Big Data is the latest term to create a lot of buzz and hype in the tech sector. In this guest post, Dhimant Desai of the recruiting firm The FervID Group takes a look at the impact of Big Data on IT jobs.