Popular file cloud hosting service Dropbox has been sending out emails to a "small number" of its customers, explaining that some of their files have been irretrievably lost because of a bug in its Selective Sync feature.
This whitepaper describes how adoption of cloud technology can potentially change an organization's security requirements and how organizations can adapt their IT and security infrastructure to address these challenges.
Last week, several of the largest public and private cloud providers such as Amazon and Rackspace have rebooted some of their servers after notifying users of the move and that they will experience minimal downtime.
The swift migration to cloud computing and data recovery services shows no signs of slowing, with half of organizations reporting they expect to boost their cloud services budgets over the next 18 months, according to Sungard Availability Services and EMC.
A new survey by AlgoSec found that 79 percent of organizations need better visibility in order to unify security policy management across their on-premise and public cloud environments Conducted in August 2014, the survey polled 363 information security and network operations professionals, data center architects, application owners and CIOs worldwide.
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