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New 2021 Hybrid Cloud Management Study shows the path to cost-efficient cloud operation

On behalf of USU, a leading provider of IT solutions and services, the research company Research in Action has surveyed 750 decision makers from medium-sized and large companies on the challenges, solutions and savings potential of cloud services. The detailed results of the study are available free of charge.


NASA Moves Info to Cloud

According to GCN, NASA is putting mission information in the cloud. 

To make it easier and less expensive for researchers to work with satellite data, engineers at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center created the Data Acquisition Processing and Handling Network Environment. 


Cloud Professionals in Demand

According to Information Week, companies still struggle to find qualified cloud professionals. 

Building up cloud skills within an enterprise remains an essential part of transformation, according to experts such as, a cloud solutions developer, and A Cloud Guru, a cloud training provider. 


Keeping Data Safe in Cloud

There are several tactics a company can use to keep their data safe in the cloud, reports Forbes.

Cybersecurity and risk management have moved on top of the boardroom agenda. According to a Gartner survey 61 percent of chief information officers (CIOs) are increasing their investment in cyber and information security.


Designing Race Cars in the Cloud

Amazon’s tools in the cloud help designers envision the next F1 race cars, reports Geek Wire. 

Amazon’s interest in sports has taken the tech giant from NFL stadiums to NHL hockey arenas and now onto the racetracks of Formula 1 as Amazon Web Services has played a key role in the design of new F1 race cars.


Malware in the Cloud

According to Trip Wire, companies need to protect themselves from malware in the cloud.

There are multitudes of advantages that the cloud has to offer to companies. These include making the task of security management more accessible. However, there are still many gray areas associated with the cloud and its implications for an organization’s overall security.


Cloud Banking Needs More Oversight

According to ZD Net, cloud computing in the U.K. banking industry could lead to the need for more oversight. 

Banks' growing reliance on cloud computing could pose a risk to financial stability and will require stricter oversight, according to top executives from the UK's central bank.


The Downside to Cloud Computing

According to CIO, not enough attention is given to the downside of cloud computing, such as lock-in. 

No one may be able to define exactly what the term cloud means in business technology today. 


Microsoft Partners with Morgan Stanley

According to Datamation, Microsoft is powering Morgan Stanley’s digital transformation.

Microsoft and Morgan Stanley are forming a strategic cloud partnership to “accelerate” the financial firm’s “digital transformation” and advance the cloud provider’s offerings for the financial services industry.


Emergency Services in Cloud

One city is moving its 911 services to the cloud, reports GCN.

The Orleans Parish Communication District (OPCD) is working to launch a cloud-based 911 contact center that allows for next-generation 911 services and unifies location, audio, video, chat, text-to-911 and mapping data on one platform.


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