Every 5 years or so, the IT industry comes up with a new term to represent the industry/technology evolution. Do you remember mainframe, mini, client/server, DCE, object orientation, SOA, web services, cloud ….
Opening a FlowTraq window for the first time can be like walking into a big grocery store when you’re hungry: There’s a lot to see, and you know there’s something good here… but where to start? This post is intended as a springboard to help you find interesting traffic on your network. The workspaces linked here all show your data as a FlowTraq Cloud customer, which means that anything you see, you can immediately act on. It’s easy, it’s fast, and there’s a LOT to see.
Security is one of the top concerns for SMBs when deciding to move to the cloud. Organizations experience data breaches all the time, but what are the most common risks? We gathered data and reported the stats in the second part of our infographic on cloud trends, dealing with cloud security matters.
Take a look below at statistics regarding data breach and disaster recovery.
There's been a rash of articles lately arguing the cloud is not cracked up to what's it supposed to be. Are we are experiencing a cloud backlash? Some CIOs remain deeply skeptical, says Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.
At 55 pages, the 2013 Harvey Nash CIO survey report is one of the longer and more comprehensive ones. The results are based on responses from 2,029 CIOs across the globe. I did not find anything too startling, but here's a few highlights.
-- With more emphasis on BYOD, the cloud and outsourcing, a fifth of the CIOs surveyed feel they lost control control of some technology assets.
Healthcare, manufacturing, government - we can continue until we exhaust all the industries that exist out there. Cloud services and applications are now present in every single industry. And more and more businesses are examining the advantages and possibilities to move into the cloud.
More than half of 300 CIOs said IT complexity prevents cloud adoption at a strategic level. Clouds implementation remains tactical at this juncture, the study concluded. Almost two thirds of the CIOs said cloud vendors tend to over simplify IT complexity as reflected in their cloud offerings.
More and more companies are faced with the problem of choosing between traditional/dedicated servers and cloud servers. Before making a decision, it is important to understand the differences between the two servers so you will know that you are making the best decision that meets all of your company’s specific server needs.