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Keeping Cryptojackers Out of Your Cloud

According to Security Magazine, cryptojackers are on the rise in the cloud.

As cloud computing has become more pervasive, so have cryptomining attacks. The evolution of IT infrastructure has led to an increase in attack surface, creating the perfect environment for cryptojackers to strike


Keeping Cloud Data Fresh

There are ways to keep your cloud data from ROT-ing, reports Forbes.

What’s the first image that comes to mind when you hear the word “rot”? For me, it’s a squishy, shriveled tomato—its once bright red skin overtaken by contrasting brown decay and greenish-white mold. Not a pretty picture, is it?


Army Goes Hard for Cloud

According to C4ISRNET, the U.S. Army will invest hundreds of millions of dollars in getting to the cloud first among the US Armed forces. 

The U.S. Army plans to invest hundreds of millions of dollars in cloud migration and uptake in the next year or so, amid a push by the military’s largest service to be digital-first and access data anytime, anywhere.


Cloud Spending Still High

Despite economic downturn cloud spending is still robust, reports Forbes

As IT budgets inevitably tighten during a downturn, many startups will need to prove their relevance—and value—as must-haves. But despite the macro concerns we’ve all been living through, one promising sign is that overall growth in cloud spending is still robust.


Going Away from the Cloud

2023 could see many companies bringing their data and applications back from the cloud, reports Info World.

Here’s a topic we don’t discuss as much as we should: public cloud repatriation. Many regard repatriating data and applications back to enterprise data centers from a public cloud provider as an admission that someone made a big mistake moving the workloads to the cloud in the first place


Cloud Based AI

According to Analytics Insight, several companies are offering cloud based AI products that save expenses and increase productivity.

In businesses across industries, cloud technology and artificial intelligence are becoming standard. Due to the high cost of developing AI products in-house, the companies offering AI solutions via the cloud save expenses and increase productivity.


What Will 2023 Bring the Cloud?

According to SDX Central, Deloitte has forecasts for the cloud industry in 2023.

In 2023, organizations will care more about measuring cloud sustainability than they have historically, according to Deloitte’s Chief Cloud Strategy Officer David Linthicum.


Cloud Adoption Requires Skilled Techs

As companies accelerate their cloud adoption it will be necessary to have qualified IT personnel, reports Information Week.

Many organizations have only just started to understand the full potential of the cloud as the pandemic ushered in a new era of remote and hybrid work -- and with it an explosion of cloud technologies.


Reorg at Alibaba Cloud

According to Yahoo Finance, there has been a shake up at Alibaba cloud.

Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE: BABA) made a few major organizational reshuffling at Alibaba Cloud per Jack Ma's policy to ensure the company always stays agile in the fast-changing internet space.


CIOs Often Have Wrong Strategy

CIOs often don’t have the right cloud strategy, reports CIO.

Cloud adoption continues its meteoric rise, with IT leaders increasingly going all-in on the platform. But succeeding in the cloud can be complex, and CIOs have continued to fumble their cloud strategies in 2022 in a variety of ways, industry observers say.


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