Monthly Archives: November 2013

Office 365 – Is it too Cloudy?

As of October 2013, Microsoft reports that 90 percent or more of its Office 365 business customers have been upgraded to the new underlying foundation of Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and Lync Online. The upgrades for the remaining business customers

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Licensing the Internet of Things

The “Internet of Things” – eventually to be followed by the “Internet of Everything” – brings about the potential for enterprise software to be used by a vast new array of access points. With this comes licensing challenges and expense

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Enact and Redact: Data Redaction feature of Oracle Advanced Security Enterprise Option in 12c

With today’s growing concerns regarding the security on BYO devices (BYOD) such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops; it is critical to ensure sensitive data is not exposed. Enacting security policies and procedures that help remove or reduce these concerns is

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Cloudy with a Chance of Storms: Adobe Breach

With Adobe’s release of its Creative Cloud, news of a security breach couldn’t come at a worse time. Adobe’s focus is getting customer’s to buy into the cloud through its VIP license program. Adobe’s VIP license program is subscription based,

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