There used to be a saying that no one ever got fired for buying IBM. Six year hence, that same saying might be applied to the cloud. No ever ever got fired for buying the cloud. More to the point, someone will get fired for NOT buying the cloud.
That was an excellent post and worthwhile read for anyone wishing to secure their home devices. It was a clear explanation of a complex subject. How would you would you do DNS filtering on IoT devices? There would be have to be interface of some sort.
Do you think smaller players can outmaneuver the big three and make a go off offering public cloud services. Are there any public cloud vendors that are Open Stack compliant. I just scanned the Open Stack sponsor page and did not see Google, Microsoft or Amazon.
is it to transition 350 of a planned 1,000+ employees to an efficient, agile,
responsive, secure, mobile, recoverable virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI)? One that can be customized for individual end
users, and managed centrally by a state government agency with limited
financial and labor resources?