The blow table is quite interesting in it’s approach.
At AnotherTrail, we believe that the bottom-left technologies can surf/be combined with the top-right. Example?: Robotics and cloud-software!. Within 2 years we’ll find a market place with Apps for Robots.
The real question: we’re in 2016, soon 2017!. And we still use passwords. The issue isn’t about using more passwords..the issue is that we all need to write those passwords down, we all need to store them one a notepad.
Who will trigger a real move to only using the mobile phone (a real private object) as a way to authenticate?
Our friends from http://www.nexims.com have a neat solution. watch them!
get rid of all your passwords!
To fight a war you need a range of military options and when combined with great direction and leadership, victory can be achieved. Security is a war, a daily battle whose ground rules and potential impact is morphing from data breach to ransomware, from coporates to nation states.
On CNBC Avi Chelsi CEO of Empow provides an insight to the alleged Russian involvement in the US Presidential election. Empow is a security overlay, abstracting data from live client security implementations, crafting a common langauage, and through that language empowering a coordinated business level approach to security.
Learn more about Empow : Contact Anothertrail
The transformation of today’s modern datacenter is happening as we speak. It’s not coming; it’s here. Of course, this is partly a result of organizations wanting to capitalize on new advances in technology. But, the major driver of this transformation, is more about how people are expecting to consume IT services, and how organizations are re-designing their IT infrastructure to efficiently deliver these services to their customers.
Everywhere we look today: compute, storage, network, applications – all are being offered as a service, whether by the vendor that sells them, or the datacenter that consumes them. What enterprise software company is not delivering their software as a service? What service provider is not thinking of deploying network functions in software? What storage company is not building software-defined storage systems? The major challenge that everyone faces is in delivering these services on an infrastructure that is agile, cost-effective, and scalable.