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The Cloud and Government Organizations

According to Government Technology, governments are moving their services to the cloud.

State and local IT leaders are galloping toward the cloud, whether they know it or not.


Reducing Cloud Risk

There are ways to reduce cloud risk, reports DarkReading. 

Enterprises are investing in multiple cloud solutions to fuel growth and transform legacy applications into something more universally usable.


Microsoft Updates Server License

According to Network World, Microsoft has updated its Server licensing program. 

Microsoft has announced a major update to its Windows Server licensing program, which in part was driven by threats of legal action by the European Union.


The Army Ups Cloud Timeline

The Army is accelerating its move to the cloud, reports Breaking Defense.

Expect to see noticeable, swift movement over the next year from the Army when it comes to migrating to the cloud, the service’s deputy chief of staff for command, control, communications and computers (G-6) said today.


Keeping Cloud Costs Down

According to VentureBeat, there are ways to avoid overspending in the cloud.

Optimizing spend is a number one priority for organizations when it comes to the cloud, according to Flexera’s 2022 State of the Cloud report — and migrating more workloads to the cloud is a close second.


Sync Your Files Without the Cloud

According to Popular Science, you don’t need the cloud to sync your files.

Here’s a secret: you don’t need the cloud to sync files between your devices. Services like Dropbox, Google Drive, and Apple’s iCloud are all free until you use up a certain amount of space, which is how they get you.


Legacy Databases Don’t Fair Well in Cloud

According to InforWorld, legacy databases are in danger in the cloud.

You can be forgiven for believing Oracle is the world’s largest database vendor


The Cloud PC and Virtual Desktops

The Cloud PC is the new virtual desktop, reports Forbes.

When we look back at traditional, on-premises virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), we can understand why IT organizations adopted it.


Security Issues in the Cloud

According to Dark Reading, security teams are most worried about these cloud items.

As many enterprises shift their operations to cloud, security teams are grappling with multiple security concerns such as visibility, data security, compliance, and data breaches.


HR Fueled by the Cloud

The cloud propels HR innovation, reports Forbes. 

The intersection of talent management and technology is top of mind for human resources (HR) leaders and chief information officers (CIOs) alike. Talent leaders know technology — and cloud transformation in particular — can help them address their most pressing challenges: winning the war for talent, enhancing data analytics for HR teams and the business, modernizing HR, managing remote and hybrid work, and more.


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