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Managing Cloud Security In A Multicloud Environment (Part 2)

Source:-forbes.com As discussed in my last article, to date, most known security incidents in the cloud have been the fault of the customer rather than that of the cloud security provider (CSP). And yet, CSPs often have far more insight into the network configuration and data flows than do their customers. In hiding their security infrastructure behind proprietary configurations, CSPs have a disproportionate information advantage over their own customers. Customers can help balance the security load with their CSPs by

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How Important Is The Intelligent Cloud Segment To Microsoft’s Stock?

Source:- Microsoft’s (NASDAQ: MSFT) Intelligent Cloud business is expected to contribute $41.9 billion to Microsoft’s 2020 revenues (ending June 2020) – representing 31.2% of Microsoft’s $290.4 billion in expected revenues for the year. More Personal Computing, and Productivity & Business Processes segments are expected to contribute 35.1% and 33.7% respectively to Total Revenue – making the relative contribution of all the 3 reporting segments to Microsoft’s top line nearly identical. Notably, Microsoft is expected to add $37.8 billion in revenue

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Debunking the Myths Associated with Migrating to the Cloud & Cloud Visibility

Source:-securityboulevard.com Gartner lists cloud computing as one of the top technology investments for the next five years, and the global public cloud computing market is set to reach $258 billion in 2019. The ability to access data from anywhere is the top reason for cloud adoption, with about a third of companies’ IT budgets going to cloud services. However, many enterprises transitioning to an only cloud or hybrid cloud environment are unnecessarily hitting roadblocks on issues of security and privacy.

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Make code accessible with these cloud services

Source:-nature.com Container platforms let researchers run each other’s software — and check the results. Murphy’s law for the digital age: anything that can go wrong, will go wrong during a live demonstration. For Ben Marwick, that happened in front of a roomful of landscape-archaeology students in Berlin. The topic: computational reproducibility using Docker. Docker is a software tool that generates ‘containers’ — standardized computational environments that can be shared and reused. Containers ensure that computational analyses always run on the

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How The Cloud Transformed Our Systems—And My Career

Source:-forbes.comWith over 10 years experience using the cloud to deliver fundamental change and business value, I’m surprised that so many organizations are still just using the cloud as a place to park their virtual machines (VMs), rather than as a way to improve their applications and drive digital transformation. I was first exposed to the transformational potential of the cloud in 2009, as CIO of Comic Relief, a leading not-for-profit that found itself with an interesting conundrum; the telethons that

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