Data security in the cloud
- November 18, 2010
Users came to the first annual Cloud Security Alliance Congress in Florida this week to hear the state of cloud security. Some say they're ready, but many are still wary.
- November 05, 2010
Attendees at the Cloud Computing Expo and RightScale user conference had much to say about their cloud plans for the coming year.
- September 30, 2010
Data security and compliance, as well as questions about the public cloud model, were key themes at the Tier1 Research Hosting and Cloud Computing Summit.
- September 29, 2010
Microsoft has sold secured BPOS services to the State of Minnesota, eclipsing Google's rocky Los Angeles deal to become the largest government cloud yet.
- September 23, 2010
Concerned that online security fears will damage the cloud computing market, Microsoft is demanding updates to a 1986 digital privacy law.
- September 22, 2010
The CTOs from 13 leading software companies met in Washington, D.C. for a policy summit aimed at increasing government cloud computing adoption.
- September 21, 2010
AWS is splitting off a chunk of its cloud infrastructure for Oracle VM and Oracle apps, while Oracle loosens up its licensing for AWS. Will customers care?
- September 16, 2010
A recent privacy breach in Google's Gmail service raises more red flags around the security of cloud-based applications and data privacy.
- September 03, 2010
In a long-awaited features upgrade, Amazon Web Services users will now have the ability to create and manage multiple unique identities from a central AWS account.
- September 02, 2010
Security experts say Amazon improved the documentation of Amazon Web Services security practices, but the company still doesn't provide enough info for corporate users.
- September 01, 2010
The SecureCloud beta from Trend Micro claims to manage encryption while satisfying regulatory concerns, a good first step in the cloud security world.
- August 30, 2010
After shelling out $200 million on cloud-based authenticator Arcot, CA has spent almost $1 billion to bolster its cloud portfolio.
- August 11, 2010
ExamWorks, a medical services provider, chose private cloud computing over the public cloud when it sought to keep IT costs down and maintain its sensitive data secure.
- August 09, 2010
Microsoft's Azure cloud platform now offers single sign-on capabilities, possibly even in conjunction with Google and Yahoo's Web services.
- August 02, 2010
Much-touted Amazon Web Services customer Eli Lilly confirms it is not expanding use of the cloud computing provider's services.