Posts Tagged ‘ Data Protection ’

Going to the Cloud Safely

October 5, 2011
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Whether or not to put data into the cloud has been a debate since clouds were first formed. At a recent conference I was asked: with all the security issues you brought up, why should I go to the cloud, I do not know the administrators, nor can I gain cloud visibility, so why go…

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TakeDownCon Dallas: Virtualization Security is NOT just about the Virtual Host

May 23, 2011
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TakeDownCon Dallas: Virtualization Security is NOT just about the Virtual Host

If there was any take-a-way from TakeDownCon related to virtualization, it was that the virtualization host is not the primary attack point but all the ancillary systems that touch it. These systems may not even be considered part of the virtual environment but they certainly can impact the security of the environment.

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NetApp Previews SnapManager for Hyper-V; Grows Presence in Microsoft’s Ecosystem

October 18, 2009
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NetApp Previews SnapManager for Hyper-V; Grows Presence in Microsoft’s Ecosystem

It is clear that NetApp has recognized the importance of Hyper-V in the market and that it intends to be a major player in Hyper-V’s ecosystem.

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