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Survey: IT Gains Confidence, Benefits in Using Cloud for Systems of Record; But Work Remains

A survey of IT execs finds that cloud confidence is rising to the point that many organizations are considering using the cloud for their critical systems of record  IDN looks at the latest survey from Cloud Security Alliance, titled The Cloud Balancing Act for IT: Between Promise and Peril.

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Deloitte: For CyberSecurity – Offense Can Be the Best Defense

As 2016 begins, organizations are going on the offense to combat cyber threats, according to a report this month by Deloitte LLP.  Companies and government agencies are no longer satisfied with simply "locking the doors" where cybersecurity is concerned, said the 2016 Deloitte Analytics Trends report.

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OpenPeak Offers Rich In-App Security; Blocks Suspicious Data Movement – Down to the Root

Mobile security solutions company OpenPeak is offerings an in-app hypervisor, in part to cut off hacker access to mobile users’ personal info and other data.

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VMware Delivers Latest Building Blocks for Infrastructure-Independent ‘Portable Apps’

VMware has a powerful vision for a new level of ‘app portability,’ where IT can lift-and-shift an entire application or workload up from one infrastructure and run it on another – whether physical, virtual, on-prem, cloud or even a hybrid mix. VMware just released its latest building blocks for delivering on this vision. IDN speaks with VMware execs.

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Ravello, SimSpace Use Virtualization To Create True-To-Life CyberSecurity Simulations

Ravello Systems and SimSpace Corp. are partnering on an easy to use cloud-based way to create simulated cyber attacks – and test the effectiveness of defenses, responses – and even IT skills.

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Liaison Alloy Platform Redefines Integration and Data Management

Liaison Technologies is shipping a cloud service that aims to handle integration and data management all at once – from a unified multi-tenant platform.  Liaison Alloy Platform comes after three years of R&D and investment, and is being rolled out to the market as the first dPaaS (Data Platform as a Service).

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Verizon Revamps IaaS, Cloud Storage To Better Manage, Secure & Meet App SLAs

Verizon is revamping its public cloud-based infrastructure and storage service to better manage, secure and meet SLAs for business-critical apps companies would like to move to the cloud. IDN speaks with Verizon Terremark CTO John Considine about this fall’s public beta of Verizon Cloud IaaS and cloud-based object storage service.

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SUSE Cloud 2.0 Beta Begins; Offers Updates for Open Enterprise-Class Private Clouds

SUSE is beta testing its enterprise-ready SUSE Cloud 2.0 for private clouds. SUSE 2.0, based on OpenStack’s Grizzly project sports improved installation, better management and adds support for hypervisor options.

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VMTurbo’s Virtual Data Center Management Adds Support for Storage, Hybrid Clouds

The latest update from VMTurbo aims to give IT more control over its expanding virtual data center environments. VMTurbo’s Operations Manager 4.0 adds modular components to simplify and automate complex aspects of managing workloads running with virtual storage and hybrid clouds. IDN talks with VMTurbo’s vice president Lauren Whitehouse.

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Study: BYOx Next Big Headache for CIOs, Security Officers

Even as BYOD is keeping CIOs and CISOs up at night, there’s a new BYO making its presence that’s sure to cause even more headaches for IT  -- BYOx, where ‘x’ is anything from the latest mobile device to personal apps, web services, cloud storage and more. Research from Wisegate looks at how BYOx is affecting CIOs and IT security professionals. 

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VMTurbo Updates Automation-Driven Approach for Managing Clouds, VDCs

VMTurbo has updated its application for managing and optimizing performance of heterogeneous cloud and virtual environments. VMTurbo Operations Manager 3.3’s intelligent automation expands support for new hypervisors and cloud platforms. It also adds analytics for smarter ways to plan, deploy and operate virtual data centers; and provides IT more controls to assure workloads meet SLAs and can even meet special situations.

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Secure-Ready for Government Clouds with Common Criteria Certification

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, including the KVM hypervisor, has been awarded a major security certification used by IT in government, financial and other mission-critical verticals. By receiving the Common Criteria Certification at Evaluation Assurance Level (EAL) 4+, which is the highest level of assurance for an unmodified commercial operating system, Red Hat can assure public sector customers looking at cloud and virtualization will meet a range of important security assurance requirements.

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