How HashiCorp Vault Solves The Top 3 Cloud Security Challenges

The growing popularity of microservices, infrastructure automation, and distributed infrastructure across private and public clouds has left organizations with a myriad of unbounded security vulnerabilities.
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Proper planning and testing are two of the most important elements of a cloud migration effort.  Beyond planning, we've learned a few other lessons along the way while helping clients realize cloud computing benefits.


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Visibility: The Foundation for your Microsoft Azure Cloud Journey

CloudHealth

Organisations embarking on their cloud journey require complete visibility into what’s happening in their Microsoft Azure environment in order to be successful. Without this, organisations will have to tackle challenges associated with cost sprawl and operational governance. Join Azure experts Dean Gardner, Chief Technologist of Cloud at Softcat, and Samir Mehra, Director of Products at CloudHealth by VMware, as they highlight how they are seeing organisations gain consistency and control of their cloud environment.

Top Cybersecurity Trends for 2017-2018

Gartner

Traditional IT security leaders have become digital security leaders as they expand support to address risks for technology-savvy engineering and physical environments while embracing expanded roles for cloud and mobile services.

Big Data, Antitrust, and the European Union

Peter Sayer reports in Computer World, “Europe’s top antitrust authority is on the lookout for companies using big data to stifle competition, although it hasn’t spotted any problems yet, according to Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager.

What Contract Risks are hiding in the Cloud?

Iron Mountain

Eight out of every 10 new applications are being built for the cloud. So, as your organization moves forward with contracting, how can you ensure that your applications and data are protected? Unlike on-premises software, your application and data both reside in the cloud. If something happens to your provider, you need to be prepared. Research shows that 79% of SaaS providers do not guarantee application continuity to their subscribers, so contract negotiations need to cover these issues. Join our expert, David Strouse, Director for Iron Mountain's Intellectual Property Management group, to learn about the best ways to manage your risk with both licensed software and SaaS applications and data.

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Proper planning and testing are two of the most important elements of a cloud migration effort.  Beyond planning, we've learned a few other lessons along the way while helping clients realize cloud computing benefits.

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