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RSA Conference Interviews!
Watch interviews from the RSA Conference featuring thought leaders from the Cloud Security Alliance, NIST, the CISO Executive Network, and more on Smart Enterprise.
A new Ponemon study, commissioned by CA Technologies, reveals that organizations are more confident in the security of the cloud and have put better security practices in place over the last two years, according to this Dark Reading article. You can watch a video about the study on Smart Enterprise and read the infographic.
A new CDW study revealed that close to 75% of IT professionals said their organization’s decision to take on cloud computing was influenced by employees’ use of personal devices, according to this ZDNet article. The study found that 39% of organizations have already adopted cloud services.
Huawei launched an open-source cloud platform called FusionCloud, according to this NetworkWorld article. FusionCloud is compatible with OpenStack and is made up of three core components: FusionSphere for integrating IT infrastructures from other vendors, FusionCube which is a converged infrastructure, and FusionAccess for cloud connection.
UK IT decision makers are putting virtualization and data center management ahead of cloud computing, according to this ihotdesk article. The article refers to a recent TechTarget and Computer Weekly survey of 400 IT professionals which found that 49% of IT professionals were primarily focused on virtualization implementation and 39% were focused on data center consolidation.
Illinois Department of Corrections recently replaced a large 1980’s mainframe and 41 legacy applications with a cloud-based criminal justice system, according to this Corrections article. The move is expected to significantly cut costs and improve efficiency.
CloudViews Unplugged Video: Migrating to the Cloud
In the latest episode of CloudViews Unplugged, Andi Mann and George Watt of CA Technologies discuss migration to the cloud, IBM's Watson helps oncologists develop cancer treatments, green cloud algorithms, and the zombie alert issued over the Emergency Alert System.
By George Watt, CA Technologies
It is often stated that technology is easy and people are hard. Whether or not you agree with that, the sentiment must be heeded. Otherwise, even the best technical solutions can be doomed to failure or irrelevancy. For those who find themselves deeply focused on technical solutions, this can be easily forgotten. Interpersonal change management issues can arise without warning and from almost anywhere, including people who control programs and budgets. In my experience, this challenge often begins with people getting a bit self-focused, in some cases bordering on territorial, about four key things, which I like to call the 4 MYs. Read the full article.
What should CIOs examine before moving to the cloud? In this InformationWeek blog, Vijay Sethi discusses five areas that CIO should focus on before moving to the cloud, including fully understanding the concept and implications of cloud, understanding potential ROI, evaluating SLAs, understanding implementation times and a changed in culture and mindset.
What are you trying to accomplish with the cloud? In this Forbes blog, Joe McKendrick discusses how not enough business are indentifying what they are actually trying to accomplish before determining what type of infrastructure model to pursue.
Does cloud computing reduce IT costs? In this Virtualization Review blog, Jeffrey Schwartz reviews two recent studies which found that cloud computing does reduce costs for many, but not all businesses.
Are employees stealing corporate data? In this ZDNet blog, Rachel King discusses a recent Symantec study which revealed that about half of employees are stealing corporate data. Sixty-two percent of those surveyed considered it acceptable to transfer work documents to their personal devices.
Is DevOps all hype? In this Service Assurance Daily blog, Jason Meserve discusses some of the latest DevOps research and links to a replay of a recent DevOps webcast.
Intel’s bring-your-own-device (BYOD) program saved the company five million hours in 2012, according to this FierceMobileIT article. Intel employees said that on average, they were saving 57 minutes a day by using their own devices.
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