Wednesday, 18 July 2012

The benefits of Cloud computing

As technology plays a crucial role in every field therefore one has to be aware of the various aspects concerning it. New Fulcrum Point covers a wide range of technologies like Sustainability, mobile computing, application integration, Cloud computing and many more. These technologies are purposeful as it helps in making the desired transformation and improving the efficiency

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Monday, 16 July 2012

Companies save cash at expense of IT security

Security is an important fact for all organizations so all should be secure.
In addition, 27 per cent of IT security experts responded that the IT security budget is being spent on compliance issues that do not improve security. IT security specialists from 119 organisations took part in the survey and Shaul Efraim, Tufin's vice president of Marketing and Business Development, says these findings are of great concern for security professionals.

As recently Yahoo didn't encrypt passwords and hacked...
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Thursday, 12 July 2012

Common sense about cloud storage

The more I learn about cloud storage the more I am convinced that every small and mid-sized company should be actively considering it. It’s good for the enterprise, too, but for smaller companies that lack sizable IT staff, it really makes sense.
The simplest reason is that the volume of data is just exploding, often doubling in just one year. So the two terabytes of data in your company today will become 16 TB in 2015. Just managing it as well as securing that management will eat up huge amounts of your IT staff time.

But moreover, increasing amounts of new data will be so-called unstructured data, things like email, Excel docs, social media data, and so on. What your IT staff really needs to be focused upon is not storing and managing this data, but rather upon how to analyze it in predictive ways. That’s what big companies will be doing with Big Data.
Consider some of the benefits of cloud storage, in addition to not personally thrashing about with directly managing and securing it. When you leverage the cloud to store your data, your users securely can access that data from any location that has Internet access, which is to say just about everywhere.
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Cloud computing for the people? It’s called SaaS.

Cloud-based servers simple enough to be at the beck and call of every Joe Schmo off the street are a compelling vision, but presently not a realistic one. At this point, in fact, one could argue that the holy grail of the consumer cloud has already been realized. In the business world, it’s called software as a service, but the rest of the world just knows it as “the cloud.”

In a blog post on Thursday, Anil Dash laid out a vision that pretty much boils down to this quote: “[W]e need a consumer cloud offering. An app store for EC2 or a marketplace for Rackspace. The same one-click stores that offer us easy apps on our own local devices should let us purchase consumer-friendly apps that run on our own individual...
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