Mobile and cloud are both significant tech trends on their own, but the two also form a symbiotic pair that makes the sum greater than its parts.
A new report suggests that the public cloud may be being utilized by Chinese hackers to get at American data.
Despite serious security concerns, many companies are leaping headfirst into the cloud.
Microsoft's SkyDrive began malfunctioning Tuesday, a day after Google's Gmail got tripped by a network breakdown.
A 25-minute outage for online retail mega-giant Amazon is yet another hiccup, and still not a reason to abandon the cloud. However, there are other caveats to using cloud services.
Druva chose to build the new private cloud edition of its inSync endpoint data protection using OpenStack because of its object storage functionality, but the increasingly popular cloud platform still needs to improve in some key areas, according to CEO Jaspreet Singh.
Foreign customers are in panic over U.S. spying, and that's bad for business
Lenovo opens its Reach consumer cloud service for public preview. Reach is a "cloud-desktop" service through which applications can be launched without downloading and installing them locally on mobile devices and PCs.
There are many benefits to utilizing cloud servers and cloud storage, but make sure you also consider the caveats and pitfalls to determine if it’s right for you.
Qualys unveiled a new tool at Black Hat this week, announcing availability of the beta version of its new Web Application Firewall (WAF).
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