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  • Why Opt For Cloud Storage Over a Local Server – Techiexpert.com

    Cloud storage becomes a possibility because of cloud computing — a phenomenon that took the world by storm. Cloud computing is often referred to as the “cloud” and it is better understood as a platform of shared computers connected to each other via the Internet. Cloud storage has displaced the storage of data in local servers to a large extent. Local servers have served people quite efficiently for years, so why are businesses, individuals and enterprises are switching to cloud…

  • Predictions 2019: Data Privacy Gains Gravity in the Age of Sharing

      The institution of the General Data Privacy Regulation by the European Union on May 25, 2018 was the first major step in establishing a worldwide standard for keeping personal data private for users of IT–and that means just about everybody. It also includes the right to be forgotten, should a user decide to completely vacate the cyber world. GDPR provides a set of regulations to help protect user privacy and enforce data protection. GDPR also includes reporting requirements for…

  • Data Storage and Encryption Should Top the CISO’s To-Do List

    In today’s digitized world, data storage and encryption are surely top of mind for most chief information officers (CIOs). But given the increasing regulations and privacy implications surrounding data security, these measures should also be on the chief information security officer (CISO)’s agenda. Most organizations need to house massive amounts of data to comply with privacy regulations, enable cognitive activities, and facilitate the construction and analysis of attack patterns. At the same time, an effective data storage strategy promotes security…

  • Data Privacy Advocates Worry FCC Rule Repeal Harms Consumers

    Today’s topics include how a recent data privacy rule appeal could affect competition for companies like Google, Amazon moving call centers to the cloud with Amazon Connect, Microsoft’s efforts to replace the office phone with Skype for Business and Brocade’s new fibre channel switch for flash data centers. Internet giants like Google and Facebook could soon be confronted with new rivals in the targeted advertising space. Congress is considering rolling back Obama-era internet privacy laws that have not yet been…

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