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Feature Article Insider Theft: WikiLeaks is not the only newsworthy breach By Merritt Maxim, CA Technologies Lost in the high profile media attention around WikiLeaks is the simple fact that WikiLeaks reflects a common security risk all organizations face - the threat from insiders.  While the sensitive nature of the WikiLeaks data has resulted in more media attention, the reality is that insider attacks are happening all the time.  Case in point is this week's story that the SEC has charged an employee of a Delaware law firm and his brother-in-law with insider trading. At first glance, this appeared to be a plain vanilla insider trading case. As I read the SEC lawsuit, I saw that this case was a bit different. Read the full article. Site Improvements for Cloud Commons Members We have just completed the first in a series of major functional enhancements – includin... (more)

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Featured on Cloud Commons Gartner report: The Cloud is Less Important than the Cloud Operating Model Do cloud service providers have a new and better approach to IT operations figured out – and can enterprises learn from them? In this report by Cameron Haight of Gartner (available free of charge on Cloud Commons), Cameron details new approaches to application and infrastructure architecture that some large public cloud firms are using to improve service delivery. Read the full report. Feature article On Cloud Computing Standards and Definitions When I go to the gas station these ... (more)

This Week in Cloud, February 24, 2011 CEBR: 300,000 new cloud jobs, Kundra’s $20 billion cloud migration, Edison and IT? And more…

Feature Article The 110-year-old light bulb is a little too much like today’s IT By Jay Fry, CA Technologies  Last weekend the San Francisco Chronicle had a big write-up on a crazy fluke of technology: a light bulb that has been working for over a century without burning out. The celebrity bulb hangs from a ceiling, high above a Livermore, Calif., fire department, and has baffled anyone trying to figure out why it is still functioning after 110 years. The curious part about the "centennial bulb" - and the part that strikes me as having some relevance to the IT systems we know a... (more)

This Week in Cloud, February 24, 2011 CEBR: 300,000 new cloud jobs, Kundra’s $20 billion cloud migration, Edison and IT? And more…

Feature Article The 110-year-old light bulb is a little too much like today’s IT By Jay Fry, CA Technologies  Last weekend the San Francisco Chronicle had a big write-up on a crazy fluke of technology: a light bulb that has been working for over a century without burning out. The celebrity bulb hangs from a ceiling, high above a Livermore, Calif., fire department, and has baffled anyone trying to figure out why it is still functioning after 110 years. The curious part about the "centennial bulb" - and the part that strikes me as having some relevance to the IT systems we know a... (more)

TechViews: 3 Big Data problems for businesses in 2014, 5 critical considerations for privacy in the public cloud, A BYOD infographic and more!

TechViews: 3 Big Data problems for businesses in 2014, 5 critical considerations for privacy in the public cloud, A BYOD infographic and more! Featured Article Put the “Ops” in DevOps to Boost Business Service Reliability By Cameron Van Orman Most of the attention around DevOps (a methodology that merges the software development and delivery processes to speed apps to market) has been around the “Dev” side. I suppose that is understandable; since building or updating applications on a timely basis is often the pain the business feels the most. Tech News In the wake of big data, ... (more)