Though the cloud market has exploded over the last few years, arming companies with cloud applications for every documented process imaginable, many organizations’ security policies mandate at least some of their data stays on-site.
I’m willing to bet that when Chinese philosopher Lao-Tzu coined his famous phrase around 500 B.C., “The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step,” he wasn’t thinking about the time it takes to migrate legacy data center operations to the public cloud.
Access governance continues to be a surging market in many different industries across the globe and organizations are investing resources in technology that can efficiently improve processes and ensure security of their networks.
Cloud-based applications proliferate today’s enterprise. From Google Drive, Box and Dropbox, to Salesforce and Adobe Creative Cloud, on-the-go workforces rely on the cloud every step of their day. The problem?
KVM-based virtualization platform designed to streamline the virtualization of traditional workloads while providing a more secure and scalable foundation for hybrid cloud and container-based workloads.
December 1, 2016
Red Hat, Inc. has announced the general availability of Red Hat Virtualization 4, the newest release of its Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) -powered virtualization platform.
Peak 10’s new service redefines standards for data security’s final defense.
December 1, 2016
Peak 10, Inc. has announced the launch of its Encryption as a Service offering, providing businesses with a location-agnostic solution that encrypts workloads anywhere — a Peak 10 data center, the Peak 10 cloud, an onsite data center, a third party data center or hyperscaler cloud (such as AWS, Azure, etc.).