Technology innovation, particularly cloud technology, increases threats on data access as numerous methods of acquiring data are emerging. An article talks about the need for automated identity access management as traditional systems are no longer sufficient.
The cloud evolution continues as organizations are moving from private to public cloud. Gradually, business units are seeing the value of the public cloud and are realizing that the private cloud is simply an extension of the traditional, wholly-owned-and-operated infrastructure.
Given that a business process can be completely transformed by cloud technology, synergy between IT and Finance by means of shared vision and a road map for goals will further move the business forward and ultimately drive it to success.
Organizations’ top execs also need to make sure they find the right cloud that fits perfectly into their business models. What are the guide questions that need to be raised in order to achieve the best results?
Cloud Computing News Highlights: Obama’s CIO, Dropbox’s New Security, Cloud Mergers and Acquisitions, and Symantec and Mobile in the Cloud
Global CIOs and IT organizations can avoid “cloud in the corner” syndrome by looking out for this list of seven signs when planning a cloud computing strategy.
“In three years… more than 80% of the devices connecting to the Internet will not be Windows-based personal computers.” — Paul Maritz on the Shape of the Future Cloud