Monthly Archives: September 2012

On the Campaign Trail, Up in the Cloud

Anyone that follows politics knows that it has not been much about conciliation or finding common ground lately. However, in the midst of all the acrimony, there are two things whose compatibility has become increasingly clear: cloud computing and political …

Logged In at 65 mph: Cloud Technology in Cars

Increased mobility is one of the more obvious and utilitarian benefits of cloud computing. It lets employees access their files and applications from home, coffee shops, the train, or anywhere else with an Internet connection. Outside of work, it allows …

The Cloud + Business Partners

Most businesses rarely perform all of their processes in-house anymore. Today’s economy requires flexibility and high specialization. With specialization, companies adapt more quickly to changes in their specific market. At the same time, it gives stability and focus to employees, …

Enterprise Social Cloud: Turning Chatter into Collaboration

Project management and collaboration platforms help employees to share files and keep track of each other’s progress. However, these programs often fall short when it comes to fostering communication. The role of project management systems usually begins once a project …

Will Your IT Infrastructure Protect You on Zero-Day?

Zero-day attacks aren’t the worst hacking threat for most businesses. Security breaches usually occur against well-known vulnerabilities (mainly default passwords and unpatched software) that companies and employees have not been financially or technically capable of addressing. But businesses with password …