During his RSA keynote in late 2010, company chief Art Coviello noted “last year my keynote was about the promise. This year it’s about the proof.” His statement established, and on a podium, that cloud security is finally beginning to catch up with the of the rest cloud revolution taking on the enterprise today. This […]
Social Networking (and Media) Changing Corporate Culture
Social networking was a concept originally founded for the masses to use on a very overlapping basis, but alongside the acceleration of Enterprise 2.0, things have begun to pick up, and fast. After social networks surpassed the sustainable monetization stage the first Web 1.0 companies couldn’t, and evolved to an adequate scale and spectrum, the […]
The Cloud from the Enterprise Angle: Introduction
In the past few years, cloud computing has been sweeping through traditional IT like a storm, reaching previously unheard-of levels of growth and spurring billion dollar industries along the way. This full-grown phenomenon accounted for10.2 percent of the spending on external IT services in 2009 and is expected to surpass $13BN in 2014.
Google Goes after Content Farms, but what’s the Impact?
Search has become an enormous global market, and Google is very much interested in maintaining its current position as the industry leader. This interest has translated into a lot of efforts around improving Google Search features-wise, but customer loyalty also matters to the internet giant – and this is where the recent Google vs. content […]
Open Source Cloud Management Pushes the Enterprise, and Vice Versa
Cloud computing introduced the enterprise previously unheard-of levels of scalability, flexibility and cost-efficiency, but it also brought with it a whole new perspective to data management. Alongside a restructured operating model which combines infrastructure with information-centric business rules, security as well as other aspects, there’s the task of setting up proper management architecture.
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