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Research from Varonis Systems Inc., a provider of comprehensive data governance software, has found that 67% of respondents say that senior management in their organizations either don’t know where all company data resides or are not sure. In addition, 74% of organizations reported that they do not have a process for tracking which [...]Continue Reading →
This article by Richard Baillie was originally published by Renewable Energy World is reprinted here with permission.
Cloud computing is getting a lot of buzz. The term describes data-processing operations that are outsourced to server farms, instead of being powered on-site. These range from websites and remotely hosted networks to digital storage space and [...]Continue Reading →
The Cloud Council of 7 (CCO7) is proud to announce that we have joined other industry leaders in order to compile information regarding how the Cloud is currently being used. Under the direction of North Bridge Venture Partners, nearly forty Cloud Computing organizations will survey what you have to say about [...]Continue Reading →
This article was written by BC/DR expert, Lawrence Robert. To learn more, read “The Cloud, BC/DR & Business Resiliency” a position paper by the same author.
As I began writing this article about Business Continuity (BC) and Disaster Recovery (DR) and the levels needed to do justice to Cloud Sourcing, I realized that [...]Continue Reading →
Ever wish that you could explain Cloud Computing to someone in 90 seconds or less? Well, now you don’t have to because the folks at National Geographic have done it for us. Starting with the caveman (who had to start managing stuff) and moving on to the abacus, the calculator, and the IBM-PC, we get [...]Continue Reading →
In July 2011, IBM developerWorks conducted a survey of over 4,000 IT professionals, faculty members, and students from among the IBM developerWorks community. Respondents were asked about their view of the future of technology…
including questions on business analytics, mobile computing, Cloud computing, and social business. The 2011 IBM Tech Trends Report offers interesting [...]Continue Reading →
Guest blogger Christopher Neal, Vice President of the Technology and Telecom Practice, at Chadwick Martin Bailey reports that when it comes to Cloud computing, IT professionals are leading the charge to adoption….and more.
Last year we shared some of the key trends in cloud computing conversion with the potential to make 2011 the year of [...]Continue Reading →
Review of Thursday’s Cloud Events in Boston by Cloud Council of 7 member, Lawrence Schwartz, Senior Director, Tokutek.
Everyone is well aware by now of the EC2 outage that Amazon had back in April and it would have surprised no one if that high profile had put a damper on cloud adoption. [...]Continue Reading →
On October 5, 2011, Steve Jobs, the Apple Inc. chairman and co-founder who pioneered the personal computer industry and changed the way people think about technology, died at the age of 56.
As we reflect today on his impact on so many things, we thought we’d touch on Steve Jobs thoughts on Cloud computing in [...]Continue Reading →
Monica Rogatiof LinkedIn told a story of the early days at the firm, when the reporting system consisted of a single server under someone’s desk. One day, someone needed an Ethernet cable [...]Continue Reading →