Riding a particular cloud vendor may be computing heaven – yet is there a case for being supplier agnostic? What’s your Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) strategy?
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Odds are if you are serious about the cloud, you’re already using at least one of Microsoft Azure, AWS, HPE Helion, Google Cloud, Oracle Cloud or somebodies cloud. There are benefits to each of the many cloud providers, however, it’s not only just good practice to have more than one, it’s also probably a necessity as each has its own unique features. Quite simply, not one vendor has the perfect answer to absolutely everything. If that were the case, there would be no competition!
A China-based cyber gang has compromised UK firms as part of a “systematic” global hacking operation, a new report has revealed. The attacks were found to have breached a wide variety of secret data ranging from personal data to intellectual property, in what the report described as “one of the largest ever sustained global cyber espionage campaigns”. […]
Businesses say overturning one of the nation’s strongest internet privacy protection rules will deal a blow to data privacy, security and integrity for businesses and consumers alike. Source: Cloud Security Industry Braces for Repeal of ISP Privacy Rules
Security is paramount for any business, especially given the rise in cyber attacks, data thefts and major network breaches. I won’t list the major names, as that’s been done, but you can read the Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2016. Much of that research was aimed at larger organisations, even though it’s far easier for enterprise-level companies to secure their resources. But what about the rest of us, Startups, Micro-Businesses and Small to Medium sized organisations?