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.
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:
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.
Cloud computing has a lot of benefits, but businesses must make sure data isn’t at risk when it’s put in the Cloud. In this guest post, network security expert Michael Wilcox describes some steps IT should take before implementing a cloud service – and some mistakes to avoid.
Despite some significant cloud security concerns, many businesses are going forward with their plans to adopt cloud computing services — even when it requires uploading sensitive data to the Cloud.
When choosing a cloud computing provider, IT must be diligent about making sure the vendor has the security capabilities to meet the organization’s needs. In this guest post, Systems Analyst Vanessa Parks discusses some of the important factors to look for in a cloud provider. ____________________________________________________________ Businesses small and large are seeing a lot of [...]