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September 17, 2021
2021 is set to be the “year of multi-cloud,” as more than 90% of enterprises worldwide are projected to rely on a mix of private clouds, public clouds, and legacy platforms by 2022. However, this race to adoption is leaving many organizations unprepared for the important task of implementing a multi-cloud strategy.
August 25, 2021
While the likes of Google and We Work became known for their amenities and open workspaces over the past few years, Covid-19 has fast-tracked the evolution of the workplace and leadership practices at a pace I have never before encountered.
May 7, 2021
While cloud-native services present some customer-friendly benefits, organizations must recognize that the built-in measures typically lead to more security misconfigurations, less network visibility, and overprovision access.
May 7, 2021
Unauthorized cloud access is a lingering and growing concern for security teams overseeing intricate, multi-cloud environments. To thwart common pitfalls, IT leaders must improve IAM policies, limit misconfigurations, and reduce internal privileges.
March 8, 2021
Last month we reported on public sector organizations suffering from cloud leakage. A new report out today shows that this is an issue in the private sector too.
March 4, 2021
A new report conducted by Dimensional Research revealed that 32% of enterprises experienced unauthorized access to cloud resources, and another 19% were unaware if unauthorized access occurred.
January 26, 2021
On January 26, CloudSphere (a cloud governance platform) announced that former Google and Microsoft executive, Jane Gilson, is their new CEO.
December 1, 2020
Enterprises have shown renewed interest in cloud migration to drive revenue. CloudSphere delivers a single platform that maps dependencies and servers to optimize those migration pathways to single cloud or multicloud environments.
October 26, 2020
A large data breach has been suffered by the Nitro PDF service. The data loss has impacted many large technology organizations, including Google, Apple, Microsoft, Chase, and Citibank.
October 22, 2020
With more organizations shifting to cloud services in the pandemic, experts say the traditionally manual process of securing them will be replaced by automated tools in 2021 and beyond.
October 18, 2020
A database of more than 350 million customer records belonging to voice over-internet-protocol company Broadvoice has been found exposed online in the latest case of a company failing to secure its cloud storage.
TRUE, a privacy-oriented social media app owned by US mobile carrier Hello Mobile, leaked personal details of tens of thousands of users by failing to secure a dashboard that contained email addresses and phone numbers of users as well as their private chats, private posts, and last-known geolocation.