Determining the right cloud strategy for the business, stakeholders and customers is essential to ensuring enhanced business capabilities and an assured cloud experience.
by: Khoo Boo Leong 11-Dec-2012
Today, individuals typically have tens of online accounts, both personal and for work, that require password for access and that number continues to grow as more data and services are made available from the web.
by: Khoo Boo Leong 06-Nov-2012
The most sought after cloud-related job titles in Hong Kong this year were related to security, data center, project management, and customer relationship management, as well as less technical ones such as relationship and service delivery management.
by: Carol Ko 06-Nov-2012
In the absence of cloud-specific industry standards, cloud data center operators increasingly rely on widely accepted industry standards like ISO27001 to assure clients that they implement sound information security management practices.
by: Carol Ko 30-Oct-2012
Data centers are becoming increasingly complex as organizations generate huge volumes of data, deploy strategic technologies such as virtualization and cloud computing, and embrace mobility within the enterprise, according to Symantec.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 26-Sep-2012
Structured in three levels, each level of the CSA-BSI Open Certification Framework will provide an incremental level of trust and transparency to the operations of cloud service providers, and a higher level of assurance to the cloud consumer.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 21-Aug-2012
The success of any cloud implementation rests on a solid transformation strategy. Making the move to the cloud can be daunting as it compels CIOs to look at multiple issues – such as storage and server consolidation, automation and human resources – at the same time.
by: Loh Ching Soo, NetApp Singapore 11-Jun-2012
While the jurisdictional issues of cloud service adoption may not be resolved completely through the contract, being aware of these issues enables a customer to negotiate terms it requires to meet its regulatory obligations and to "price in" these concerns into the value of the cloud service.
by: Gigi Cheah and Jeremy Tan, Norton Rose 06-Jun-2012
Local initiatives of the Hong Kong Macau chapter include the promotion of security best practices for both cloud service providers and users, collaboration with Intel on a research in encryption for data transaction in different cloud environments, and participation in the Hong Kong's OGCIO cloud expert group
by: Sheila Lam, Computerworld Hong Kong 17-May-2012
Singapore-based Kronicles claims its backup-as-a-service solution is the first in the region to provide a fully managed and monitored backup service featuring both on-site and off-site backup, via a dedicated link.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 15-May-2012