Software-Defined Networking (SDN) is envisioned by Open Networking Foundation (ONF) to become the new norm for networks through the OpenFlow protocol. An article talks about this new disruptive approach and offers insights on how it will affect the tech industry.
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 technology industry continues to evolve and standards to make data migration easier have not yet caught up with this development. An article in IT World describes the current situation of the cloud evolution and where organizations are now in making efforts to suggest standardization in the industry.
Big players are joining the cloud storage market as Google Drive and S-Drive are expected to be launched within the next few days.
What role will cloud computing play in initiatives towards energy efficiency? A survey conducted by a technology products and service provider shows promising results as cloud computing gives more benefits on top of cost cutting.
Cloud Computing News Highlights: Increased spending on cloud applications, SMB’s strong adopters of cloud, CloudTP events, Air Force moves to the cloud, Tukey for managing big data, Long term cloud costs lower, Ubuntu Cloud Summit
A research conducted by cloud storage and backup service provider, Symform announces that most companies are opting for cloud-based services in data storage and backup. Find out what the drivers are for this massive move.
Regional governments are also joining the bandwagon as three counties release a convergence cloud to make data easily available to the public and to improve government processes.
The increased cloud adoption by businesses also led to the exploding number of SaaS applications. The problem is recognized when there are already too many applications and the company’s need for a user identity management system arises; this is where IDaaS comes in.
Open data cloud aids San Francisco’s objective to become the world’s first 2.0 city as it facilitates the city’s newly launched website: data.SFgov.org.