Posts Tagged ‘ ownCloud ’

Privacy and the IoT

January 15, 2014
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CloudComputing

Privacy is defined many different ways, but however you define it, when it comes to how corporations use data your privacy becomes very important. What companies do with your data may at times seem like an invasion of your privacy, but in these cases, privacy has well-defined limitations in the eyes of the law. Will…

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Upgrade to the Clouds

December 3, 2013
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CloudComputing

Quite a few upgrades and new products have come out over the last few months. Some have forced many people to rethink their stance toward the cloud, management of resources, and technologies involved. For many, upgrades should upgrade but not change major functionality (or at least the way they use the upgraded tool). When this…

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Application Security using Secure Cloud Storage

April 3, 2012
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CloudComputing

VMware's Project Octopus and others like ownCloud and Oxygen Cloud have stirred some interesting ideas about Application Security. Those applications that make use of SSL, nearly every web application, can make use of secure data storage for certificate verification means. What makes SSL MiTM attacks possible, is mostly related to poor certificate management. If there…

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