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Thursday, February 28, 2013
- The greening of Windows Azure: Microsoft ready to take on AWS
Microsoft's Windows Azure strategy -- integration with System Center 2012 and a low price -- make it a viable alternative to AWS for cloud computing.
- Cyber attacks on trust could cost top firms $398m, says Ponemon
Every Global 2000 organisation faces $398m in potential losses from new and evolving attacks on their ability to control trust with cryptographic keys and digital certificates, a study has revealed
- Bad outsourcing decisions cause 63% of data breaches
Bad outsourcing decisions nearly two-thirds of data breaches investigated by security firm Trustwave in the past year
- Tegile Systems to sell through indirect channels only
Hybrid flash array startup Tegile Systems says its 'persistent registration' of deals is a key differentiator of its partner program.
- Does Arista DANZ change network tap and SPAN port aggregation market?
Arista DANZ turns the vendor's switches into network monitoring switches for tap and SPAN port aggregation via software.
- Cloud backup, BYOD challenges can threaten IT control over data
IT executives at a data management symposium discuss gaining control over BYOD challenges and rogue cloud backup initiatives in their companies.
- Salesforce customers will see new message behind social CRM technology
Salesforce.com emphasized Salesforce customers over social technology at its annual winter conference, according to consultant Denis Pombriant.
- IBM's MobileFirst provides enterprise mobility for big spenders
IBM's MobileFirst application and infrastructure for enterprise mobility may appeal to existing customers if they are willing to pay a premium.
- Data scientist role requires predictive analysis, expert says
Forrester's Mike Gualtieri explains how data scientists' knowledge of predictive analytics can help firms reduce risk.
- RSA 2013: More from Coviello on big data analytics in the security industry
Art Coviello, RSA executive chairman, discussed his view of big data in the security industry with SearchSecurity.com. Coviello stressed that the shortcomings of current mainstream security products are part of what's driving enterprises interest in big data.
- Can cloud providers trust their orchestration software with security?
Even with orchestration software to automate security controls, many cloud providers find comfort in manual processes -- despite the inefficiencies.