Tag: Cloud

Why Cloud Security Risks Have Shifted to Identities and Entitlements

Why Cloud Security Risks Have Shifted to Identities and Entitlements

Traditional security tools focus on the network perimeter, leaving user and service accounts vulnerable to hackers.

Four Digital Transformation Strategies To Help Keep Pace With Market Change

Four Digital Transformation Strategies To Help Keep Pace With Market Change

Current economic and social forces have created a level of upheaval that has become a forcing function for digital transformation. From communications to selling, the importance of digital operations has mushroomed seemingly overnight. Indeed, research by Twilio found that Covid-19 “accelerated companies’ digital communications strategy by an average of six years while 97% of enterprise decision-makers believe the pandemic sped up their company’s digital transformation.”

What is a cloud application? Here's everything you need to know about the internet-based software

What is a cloud application? Here’s everything you need to know about the internet-based software

In the last decade, cloud computing has radically remade the technology landscape. Today, many common applications have moved from acting as local clients on your computer or mobile device to running from the internet. This trend has so many advantages that it’s unlikely to slow down.

AIOps vs Observability vs Monitoring - What Is The Difference? Are You Using The Right One For Your Enterprise?

AIOps vs Observability vs Monitoring – What Is The Difference? Are You Using The Right One For Your Enterprise?

In the last few months, I have been analyzing and writing a research report for GigaOm in this space, which is due to be released soon. I looked at about 30+ vendors in this space as part of that process and did a deep dive with 20 of them. In that process, after talking with these vendors, a bunch of their customers, and a few CXO executives, I found a lot of confusion.

How will risk and security change in the shadow of the Cloudflare exposure?

How will risk and security change in the shadow of the recent SolarWinds exposure?

What Cloudflare taught us all, is that trust is both a key component of the cloud, and also an incredible risk, that must be managed.

Nastel Awarded Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN) Select Tier Partner Status

Nastel Awarded Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN) Select Tier Partner Status

Nastel Technologies announced today that it has been awarded Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN) Select Tier partner status. Using AWS, Nastel is able to accelerate its efforts to help customers take advantage of innovative cloud technology.

Poll Results Indicate New Kafka, Cloud Middleware-related Activity for MQ Shops

Poll Results Indicate New Kafka, Cloud Middleware-related Activity for MQ Shops

The initial polling of IBM MQ customers reveals some interesting trends as we enter 2021.

With AI, Your Data Is Worth More Than The Paper It's Printed On

With AI, Your Data Is Worth More Than The Paper It’s Printed On

Paper: it’s not a very efficient way to store data, it’s not good for the environment, and it’s not cheap. It can rip, decay, get misplaced, and just a few rogue coffee drops can obscure its contents forever. It’s also expensive. According to Aragon Research, paper-based processes remain one of the largest cost centers in the enterprise, eating into 1-2% of overall revenues. 

There's a joke among non-techie individuals about not knowing what the cloud is nor what it does exactly. You may or may not have an exact idea of how the cloud works, and that's fine because the aim of this piece is on the job. Cloud engineers (CEs) know exactly how the cloud works, including all of its intricacies, from the beginning to end. This is because the role of the cloud engineer is to design how cloud infrastructures work and bring them to fruition.

5 programming languages cloud engineers should learn

There’s a joke among non-techie individuals about not knowing what the cloud is nor what it does exactly. You may or may not have an exact idea of how the cloud works, and that’s fine because the aim of this piece is on the job. Cloud engineers (CEs) know exactly how the cloud works, including all of its intricacies, from the beginning to end. This is because the role of the cloud engineer is to design how cloud infrastructures work and bring them to fruition.

Battery-Free IoT: These Tiny Printable Computers Harvest Energy From Radio Waves

Battery-Free IoT: These Tiny Printable Computers Harvest Energy From Radio Waves

IoT – Imagine a printable computer the size of a postage stamp with RAM, ROM, onboard sensors, certified Bluetooth, an ARM CPU, flash memory, and secure communications that does not need a battery and harvests all required energy from ambient radio waves