Cloud Cyber Attacks: How Vulnerable are you?
January 12, 2021
What is cloud computing? Cloud computing is the on-demand availability of computer resources, such as data storage, memory, and computing power. The term today generally refers to data centers which are made available to users over the internet. The aim of cloud computing is to achieve economies of scale, obtaining cost advantages with the increased scale of operation.
Commercial cloud in Defense
December 17, 2020
What is Cloud Computing? In laymen terms, Cloud Computing is the on-demand access to computer services and resources like applications, servers, data storage, networking, and more via internet. These services are hosted at a remote data center managed by a service provider (such as Amazon). The cloud is growing into a common way for businesses to keep data without purchasing tons of data servers to hold that data. The idea of Cloud Computing started in 1996 by Sean O’Sullivan and George Favaloro but didn’t really catch on until the mid-2000s.
10 Biggest Threats of Cloud Computing
December 7, 2020
In recent years, cloud computing has brought about a paradigm shift in the technology realm. Instead of storing and accessing data and programs using a computer’s hard drive, it can be carried out over the Internet, which is also known as the “cloud”. Users can use their data, programs, and services from the cloud anywhere, anytime. However, what seems like the perfect solution for remote working has several threats associated with it too.