Leveraging the Cloud for Data Protection Analytics

  Trying to think of a New Years’ resolution? You could try that no-carb diet again, or head to the gym in preparation for the summer season. However, if you’re anything like me, those lifestyle-focused resolutions probably won’t last into the new month, let alone the New Year. So let’s … READ MORE

Tyler Stone December 28th, 2016

Ransomware Hits Light-rail System, Resulting in Lost Revenue

Ransomware really gets around, faster than even the best form of mass transportation can move busy commuters to work. Recently, ransomware caused the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority (SFMTA) light-rail system to lose revenue when the organization shut down ticket machines and fare gates as a precaution to the malware … READ MORE

Brian Heckert December 6th, 2016

Cloud Adoption: Strategy vs. Reality

Myths About Migrating to the Cloud Myth 1: Cloud Bursting One of the original highly publicized use-cases for public cloud was bursting. The story made sense: as your demand for compute increased, you would use the public cloud to increase the capacity of your private infrastructure. Like so many good … READ MORE

Vladimir Mandic September 21st, 2016

Data Sovereignty in the Cloud

The requirement to comply with data protection and privacy laws, like the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDRP) and Australia’s privacy laws, drive the need to evaluate where enterprise organizations are storing their data in cloud data centers. If your organization hosts your own data centers, this can be challenging … READ MORE

Mat Hamlin September 20th, 2016

Ransomware 101

Ransomware is a worldwide phenomenon that is affecting users all around the globe. According to a recent study published by McAfee Labs, ransomware growth increased by 58 percent for the second quarter of 2015. For all businesses, small or large, the question is not “Will I be a victim of … READ MORE

David Tye July 11th, 2016
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