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Considerations When Creating a Secure Cloud Environment

Considerations When Creating a Secure Cloud Environment There is a definite change in the cloud security world. Organizations are deploying more cloud platforms to support an ever-growing user base. Still, the big question revolves around security – and how to protect critical data points. Let’s start here – over the

NTT Communications Updates Enterprise Cloud to Address Hybrid Cloud Needs

NTT Communications Updates Enterprise Cloud to Address Hybrid Cloud Needs NTT Communications has launched the latest version of its Enterprise Cloud this week, with immediate availability in Japan and availability in the UK, Singapore, US, Australia,Hong Kong and Germany to follow. NTT Comm said the improvements were driven by enterprise

The Cloud and Your Hypervisor – What You Should Know About Management

Virtualization has helped many organizations consolidate their environment, remove a sometimes massive hardware footprint and create a more agile infrastructure. Today’s modern data center is finding new ways to leverage a virtualized data center to better fit the needs of the organization. In looking at modern cloud and data center

Virtru Launches SDK for Adding End-to-End Encryption to Cloud Applications

Cloud application developers and independent software vendors can now have the same end-to-end encryption as platforms like Google Apps and Microsoft Outlook withVirtru’s newly launched Software Development Kit (SDK). Announced late last week, the Virtru SDK provides lightweight, client libraries that enable end-to-end encryption to be seamlessly integrated with any

Linux ‘grinch’ vulnerability could put a hole in your security stocking

A grinch may be snatching away some year-end holiday time, forcing Linux system administrators to fill a gaping security hole in their systems. Named after the proverbially grumpy Dr. Seuss character, the grinch vulnerability could affect all Linux systems, potentially providing attackers with unfettered root access, according to security service