Alexei Balaganski

What’s the deal with the IBM/Apple deal?

18.07.2014 12:58

So, unless you’ve been hiding under a rock this week, you’ve definitely heard about a historical global partnership deal forged between IBM and Apple this Tuesday. The whole Internet’s been abuzz for the last few days, discussing what long-term benefits the partnership will bring to both parties, as well as guessing who will be the […]
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Karsten Kinast

EU-Service Level Agreements for Cloud Computing – a Legal Comment

16.07.2014 11:20

Cloud computing allows individuals, businesses and the public sector to store their data and carry out data processing in remote data centers, saving on average 10-20%. Yet there is scope for improvement when it comes to the trust in these services. The new EU-guidelines, developed by a Cloud Select Industry Group of the European Commission, […]
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Mike Small

EU Guidelines for Service Level Agreements for Cloud Computing

03.07.2014 15:36

In a press release on June 26th, the European Commission announced the publication of new guidelines “help EU businesses use the Cloud”.  These guidelines have been developed by a Cloud Select Industry Group as part of the Commission’s European Cloud Strategy to increase trust in these services.  These guidelines cover SLAs (Service Level Agreements) for […]
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Martin Kuppinger

More questions IAM buyers should ask

03.07.2014 11:06

Earlier this year, I published the Buyer’s Guide: Access Governance and Provisioning. That document provides condensed information about key selection criteria for Identity Provisioning and Access Governance products, while also posing questions that buyers should ask of vendors. I focused on “top 10 non-functional selection criteria” or “top 10 questions to ask the vendors”. As […]
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Sachar Paulus

Data retention directive in Europe considered illegal by EU court

23.04.2014 00:16

Have you seen this WSJ article? This is great news for privacy, human rights and a profound public security based on individual freedom: nations can no longer require IT and telecom companies to store communication data about all customers and communication partners – at least there need to be clear indications for the need to […]
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Rob Newby

Why SDCI needs organizational change in IT

28.02.2014 15:57

My last post focused on the challenges and the potential of SDN (Software Defined Networking) and SDCI (Software Defined Computing Infrastructures) for improving Information Security. APIs are being used to control more devices from a central point, bringing agility to networks, virtual systems, storage, and other elements of the computing infrastructure that meet the demands […]
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Dave Kearns

New Newsletter Season to come: KC Analysts’ View

04.02.2014 12:21

It’s a new year, and there are some new changes coming to KuppingerCole, especially in the material that will come into your inbox. First, some background. After the past year or so we’ve been growing by leaps and bounds with new offices in Europe and the Asia-Pacific area as well as new analysts all over […]
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Joerg Resch

“Google Home Automation” – Do We Really Need This?

15.01.2014 19:42

It was recently reported that Google has bought Nest Labs, a manufacturer of home automation sensors and devices with, currently, two products: a digital thermostat and a Smoke + CO Alarm. Why is it, then, that somebody would spend 3.2 Billion USD for a company producing home appliances that have been around for ages from […]
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