Dave Asprey in
Secure Data Centers, Securing the Cloud, Virtualization
Aug 31st, 2010 |
Pop the champagne corks! Trend Micro announced the public beta of Trend Micro SecureCloud – an exceptionally cool new offering that you can take for a test drive today. We can finally talk openly about a technology and business approach that addresses cloud security and data governance issues that have been confronting the industry (see blogs from Richard Stiennon, Trend Micro’s Steve Quane here, and Andy Dancer here).
A big hurdle to cloud computing adoption has been securing and controlling data in the public cloud. SecureCloud is a huge step forward enabling enterprises to govern...
John Maddison in
Cloud-based Security, Privacy, Compliance and Identity, Secure Data Centers, Securing the Cloud
Aug 25th, 2010 |
The noise about cloud computing is getting louder as the year goes on (Yankee Group: Infrastructure as a Service now a bona fide cloud strategy, Nimbula: ‘Cloud computing’ start-up wins $15M from Accel, Sequoia, Ready or not, cloud is coming) . Usually fads of the IT industry fade quite quickly after the press and analysts are unable to find more newsworthy angles. Further, while enterprise customers are saying public cloud use is two to three years away, they are busy increasing virtualization penetration and planning private clouds.
As a security company Trend Micro has invested heavily...
Jon N in
Securing the Cloud, Virtualization
Aug 23rd, 2010 |
Service Providers have not had much choice when it comes to choosing a hosted email platform to offer their customers. The major players in the market are of course Microsoft, with its Exchange platform, with varying versions depending on the target size of the business, and IBM with its Notes / Domino platform. Of course, for the more technically inclined email administrator, there has always been a selection of Unix-based solutions, offering various levels of functionality, ‘polish’ and support.
One of the more prominent of these Unix-based solutions is Zimbra, which offers full groupware...