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
Cloud uptake has doubled since 2010, yet 38% of respondents reported no security measures were implemented to mitigate risks. Ad-hoc information security solutions are no longer an option, as companies struggle to keep pace with increased threats.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 31-Oct-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
At the ACCA, Manish Goel will participate in collaborative meetings, continue to promote industry standards, and provide a platform for industry members to combine resources in the area of security.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 29-Oct-2012
Cloud adoption continues to gather pace in commercial businesses while security issues still dominate the regulated worlds of finance and government.
by: Chee-Sing Chan 24-Oct-2012
Moving to the cloud does not just affect technology. It affects people, IT and operation. The transformation to cloud permeates every levels of the organization and thus executives are rightfully concerned about the transformation to cloud despite the promises that cloud brings.
by: Kenneth Ho, Cloud Security Alliance 17-Oct-2012
Identity management will remain a key capability for cloud adopters in the forseeable future. The simple reason is that a notion of trust has to be at the center of managing many-to-many relationships in the cloud, says Eddie Schwartz, CISO of RSA.
by: Khoo Boo Leong 03-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
By having the right identity management processes, enterprises can provide employees with secure and convenient access to cloud apps via single sign-on from mobile devices -- whether BYOD or not.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 24-Sep-2012
In the cloud, data is provisioned and spread across multiple sites, allowing it to sit closer to the users, speeding response times and boosting productivity. And, because cloud makes IT resources more efficient and IT teams more productive, enterprise resources are freed to be allocated elsewhere.
by: Gabriel Leung, EMC Hong Kong and Macau 21-Sep-2012