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By Ben Kepes on August 20, 2012
The last few weeks have seen a seeming storm of examples of security breaches of cloud services. As is often the case when people have vested interests in a particular technology, many naysayers have pronounced that these security breaches spell the end of the cloud. Heck, even Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak went on record saying: [...]
By Michael Krigsman on August 20, 2012
A new report by Altimeter Group sheds light on the importance of risk management as applied to social media.
By Jacob Morgan on August 20, 2012
There are many task management solutions on the market today such as Asana, Producteev, HiTast, and dozes of others. My team happens to use Asana which is why I mentioned them in the title of this post (and is hence the one I am most familiar with). The goal of all of these solutions is [...]
By Paul Miller on August 20, 2012
In the competitive world of cloud-based computing infrastructure, Amazon remains top dog. It’s highly visible, its footprint is almost global, it incrementally adds features or cuts prices to keep competitors on their toes, and it generally manages to meet most people’s needs, most of the time. It may not always offer the lowest prices, or [...]
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By Adron Hall on August 20, 2012