Leveraging the cloud to expand access for remote workers: A guide

As organisations work to enable remote workers and remote students to meet the sudden demands of the current crisis, their goal is to quickly enable remote services in a way that does not introduce additional security challenges or incur unjustified operational overhead. However, implementing such protocols – especially when blending networking and security into a single solution – can be a complicated process in the best of times, let alone when they need to happen in a short time...

Securing distributed clouds with an integrated approach: A guide

As digital innovation and resulting transformation increase, organisations also face the rise of traffic volumes from end user and IoT devices, SaaS applications and data from employees, consumers, and partners. As a result, many big data and large-scale applications simply outpace the centralised data centre infrastructure and the IT teams who have to manage and maintain distributed clouds.

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How leveraging APIs will help to enable comprehensive cloud security

Cloud computing has utterly transformed the IT industry, requiring organisations to make fundamental changes to how they design, deploy, manage and optimise their security strategy. Many organisations, however, are simply using the same security model they have relied on for over a decade in their traditional networks to the cloud. But true cloud security requires more than deploying isolated cloud-enabled network security tools to protect cloud-based...

Addressing cloud sprawl: Combining security best practices with business foundations

The rate of cloud adoption has been nothing short of remarkable. According to IDG, 90% of organisations will have some portion of their applications or infrastructure running in the cloud this year, with the rest expected to follow suit by 2021. And while most organisations currently run more than half (53%) of their business on traditional networks, IDG also predicts that this will drop to less than a third (31%) within the next year or so.