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Encryption May be the Solution, but be Sure you Understand the Problem

I was recently presented with a customer requirement to protect data in motion, data at rest, data in use, and data disposed. The first and last of these are relatively well defined and straightforward—data in motion is typically protected by using SSL/TLS or IPsec encryption of the data transmitted over the network, and data disposed by ensuring that any storage media is thoroughly wiped before it is discarded. Data at rest and data in use were a little less clear. ... Read More »

Private Cloud Success Story with The College Network

Today’s CIO’s are required to be visionaries. They are focused both on technology strategies for the future and the current day to day operations of their business. Many companies have moved to the cloud to eliminate ongoing hardware maintenance headaches and critical hardware failures…and as a result, CIO’s sleep better at night. One well-rested CIO is Ryan Sallee of The College Network. Ryan and his team managed over one hundred physical servers and the underlying storage network, across multiple locations. They ... Read More »