A Decade of Cloud Computing and the Evolution of Security Sentiment

Cloud Security

Over the past decade, public sentiment toward cloud security has drastically improved. A look back at headlines from 2008 reveals the public’s apprehension toward the cloud and its security measures.

“Cloud computing is a trap…” one headline claimed, while another asked, “How can we trust the cloud, Net or whatever “it” is if we can’t know where our data resides?”  [Read more…]

The State of Cloud Readiness: Where Do IT Leaders Go Wrong?

IT leaders lost in the cloud

In 2006, Amazon launched Elastic Compute Cloud – widely considered to be the first cloud service on the market. Since then, we’ve heard plenty of conversations about the opportunities of cloud computing. But more than a decade later, cloud migration continues to be a source of anxiety for IT leaders. [Read more…]

Three Takeaways from VMworld 2018

New VMware news

What’s new at VMware? We found out, at VMworld 2018 in Las Vegas. It turned out the answer is many things.

For example, VMware on AWS has become more affordable while offering new disaster recovery capabilities. And vSphere Platinum is promising a new paradigm shift for security. [Read more…]