Posts Tagged ‘ Oxygen Cloud ’

Application Security using Secure Cloud Storage

April 3, 2012
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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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AppSense DataLocker gives Dropbox more security hints at the beginning of the end for VDI?

March 1, 2012
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AppSense DataLocker gives Dropbox more security hints at the beginning of the end for VDI?

AppSense Lab's DataLocker's first release offers a method of encrypting and decrypting files to allow secure storage in cloud services. This is a new direction for AppSense - with support for win32/win64 platforms, but also Mac and iOS. A useful free tool, not really enterprise ready - but an important start for AppSense who are…

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Data Protection in the Cloud

November 22, 2011
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As I was flying home recently, the gentleman beside me was talking about his need to do the "cloud thing" as a means to backup his data. He recently experienced a multi-retail shop backup failure where the local backup disk was corrupted and the backups failed to happen. I also experienced a backup failure, when…

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Drobo FS, Your Link to the Cloud

April 7, 2010
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Data Robotics just announced the Drobo FS. Drobo FS via Drobo Apps (which are free) will have a link to the Oxygen Cloud. This could lead to several interesting options for the small business to large enterprise with respect to data storage and accessibility. Not to mention protection.

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