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…]

How Enterprise Technology is Becoming as Intuitive as Consumer Tech

Why the Days of Lengthy and Expensive Onboarding May be Over 

When consumers buy a new device, they’ve come to expect a seamless configuration and setup process. While enterprise technology has failed to keep up, there may be hope yet. [Read more…]