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Google Banks on Cybersecurity

According to the Register, Google plans to beat out cloud competitors by offering better cybersecurity.

Google's quest to steal cloud customers from rivals Amazon and Microsoft will be won – or lost – based on its strength as a cybersecurity provider.


Threats to Cloud Evolving

New cryptominer highlights evolving cloud threats, reports Dark Reading.

One of the more important points to get across when addressing cloud security is to make it clear to all involved that cloud security is not only different, but that it keeps evolving. 


Elastic Goes After Cloud

According to InfoWorld, Elastic sees the cloud as its number one priority. 

The new CEO of the enterprise search software company Elastic has one priority: cloud.


Ransomware in the Cloud

Ransomware is attacking the cloud, reports InfoSecurity Magazine.

Within the mob of malware, ransomware is leading the pack. While other malicious software ransacks computer systems, ransomware goes further by making demands. It’s the age-old tactic of extortion but re-enacted in the digital world.


Protect Data in the Cloud

Protecting your data in the cloud should be a priority, reports Techopedia.

We have seen a mass migration to the cloud over the past two years that few could have predicted. But are organizations taking the necessary actions to protect their data?


Windows in the Cloud

According to Computerworld, soon Microsoft Windows will be in the cloud.

I've been saying for a long time now that Microsoft's master Windows plan is to move you to a cloud-based Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) model. Earlier this year, I pointed out that Windows 11 was nudging us towards Windows as a Service (WaaS).


Google’s Edge Gets It Right

Google’s distributed cloud edge gets the edge right, reports Forbes.

Announced at the Google Cloud Next ‘21 conference, Google Distributed Cloud (GDC) plays a critical role in the success of Anthos by making it relevant to telecom operators and enterprise customers. 


Microsoft’s PC in the Cloud

According to PC World, Microsoft is creating a PC “in the cloud”.

Microsoft is beefing up its PC in the cloud, Windows 365, with some additional capabilities that recognize how workers will be moving back and forth from the office as they transition back to work, including an offline mode.


Keeping the Cloud Secure

Five fundamentals for keeping the cloud secure, reports Business Wire.

In a brief video explainer and commentary, Josh Stella, chief architect at Snyk, the leader in developer security, lays out the five universal fundamentals for running an effective cloud security program.


Cloud Migration Has Barriers

Many times companies face barriers to migrating to the cloud, reports Information Week. 

More companies than ever are moving their legacy data to the cloud for easier access, better security, and more streamlined data management, often with the assistance of a cloud service provider. 


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