Despite its many cost and efficiency benefits, adopting SaaS can introduce new security issues if not managed and tested according to best practices.
When adopting PaaS solutions, IT leaders must consider the many security concerns that arise when data is stored and shared using cloud services.
IT decentralization can enable businesses to boost responsiveness and launch new services more quickly, but it can also create a lack of accountability.
Cloud adoption can help optimize costs, but it also imposes constraints due to local and global regulations, and introduces security concerns.
A CASB is helpful for harnessing shadow IT cloud applications, but it can also offer three additional benefits that companies often overlook.
Public cloud services have become more secure than on-premises options. Still, many IT professionals are hesitant to move their data off-site.
Global cloud adoption has increased over the years and continues to grow at a rapid pace, especially in the Asia-Pacific region.
Industrial espionage is on the way up in the age of cloud computing. How can organizations embrace this technology and protect themselves?
IBM's introduction of quantum computing services on the cloud could change cybersecurity, cryptography and testing methods as we know it.
There are many security challenges stemming from the implementation of a virtual network, but luckily, there are ways to acclimate to the technology.