Brought to you by HP and Intel
The Data Protection Heat Index report from the Cloud Security Alliance also showed that the vast majority of cloud security experts want a global consumer bill of rights for data privacy.
There’s a big disparity between the number of cloud apps IT pros think are being used in their organisation, and the figures reported by cloud service vendors.
According to fresh research from Sage, an overwhelming 87 per cent of mid-market businesses (comprising between 100 and 499 members of staff) are now making use of cloud technology.
The new aspect is designed to assist Agile development teams hasten the delivery and quality of apps by using a simple, scalable and intuitive cloud platform.
Security for PC, mobile and tablet is a hot topic, but why is printer security so lax? HP has announced a new series of products to tackle the threat.
A survey from ElasticHosts has found that organisations are paying twice as much as they should for the cloud capacity they’re using.
Data from Six Degrees Group gathered at Civil Service Live illustrates how little is known about the G-Cloud service in the civil service and the lack of awareness of its advantages.
In what’s a major milestone in its “compute strategy”, HP has pushed out new servers with a number of innovations to boost performance.
Iron Mountain’s study found that huge swathes of IT teams are still cautious about cloud storage and want to keep data where it can be seen due to concerns over the security of sensitive data.
A study carried out by Vistage has found that 49 per cent of UK SMEs have adopted the cloud, with a further 11 per cent planning to do so shortly.
The company has brought in a new entry-level all-flash array that has a much lower initial outlay than current options and is around half the price of competitor options.