A report from security vendor Damballa shows that the Backoff malware variant has infected an increasing number of point-of-sale systems in recent months.
Malware using seemingly real digital certificates is becoming more prevalent. Expert Nick Lewis discusses how to detect fraudulent certificates.
Multi-clouds come with complexity, but can offer a more cost-efficient and valuable environment. Will enterprise IT learn to love a multi-cloud approach?
Rackspace is casting a wide net with its growing cloud portfolio as it tries to bring its management skills to a range of complex use cases.
EMC acquired Cloudscaling with the hope of sharpening its OpenStack expertise. However, the impact on OpenStack adoption has yet to be determined.
Amazon Web Services launched two availability zones in Frankfurt, Germany, offering regulatory refuge and more options for disaster recovery.
Creating a strong password policy in AWS is one step to protect data. If managed properly, multi-factor authentication adds another layer of protection.
The new AWS Directory Service has user directory management that spans hybrid clouds, but invites comparison to Azure's Active Directory.
Test your knowledge of the benefits and drawbacks of the bring your own cloud trend with this six question quiz!
Cloud analytics and BI are useful tools that help companies make informed, data-based business decisions. Read this tip to find out how to take advantage of those uses.
When designing APIs, developers must make good decisions about security design components that show who's using what API, when and for what purpose. This tip offers insights into the critical components for securing APIs.
Virtualization offers many advantages by abstracting workloads from hardware, but you may still need to find where a VM's files are physically located.
Picking hardware with the right CPU features can improve server virtualization potential and boost critical VM performance.
There are many factors to consider when configuring a storage LUN to ensure it provides your VMs with the best possible performance.
Using the fault tolerance feature in vSphere keeps critical workloads running without interruption, but an administrator needs to be sure the hardware and network are fine-tuned for optimal performance.
While vSphere administrators will want to be sure their storage array supports VMware's vStorage APIs for Array Integration, there are some restrictions to keep in mind when setting up storage acceleration.
Fault Tolerance in vSphere duplicates a critical workload to ensure a server outage doesn't slow the business down, but some setup is required to ensure performance isn't compromised.
An MIT professor and his student have written a paper describing the use of an algorithm to predict the price of Bitcoin
At least 90% of IT decision makers in most countries claim tablets are a standard part of their company’s IT strategy
A Microsoft study shows 40% of US citizens experience weekly attempts to access their personal information online