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Azure’s rise instills doubts in AWS shops

RightScale’s “State of the Cloud” report is out now and has been well covered by InfoWorld, so I won't give you the rundown here. But...

Amazon Chime goes after WebEx, Skype for Business, and GoToMeeting

Companies looking for a new video- and teleconferencing system have a fresh face to turn to in the market: Amazon Web Services.On Monday, the...

3 steps to boost your career in the cloud

It’s not easy to get ahead in large enterprises.Companies of that size are typically awash in policies and procedures that affect how far and...

Caution! The cloud’s backdoor is your datacenter

“Great news, team: We’re moving to Amazon Web Services. We’ll get all of our services there, including data, compute, governance, and security.”  When you hear...

AWS, Google, and Microsoft cement their cloud dominance

Not surprising, Amazon Web Services dominated another quarter -- and all of 2016. However, the cloud giant finally has real competition. On the Microsoft earnings...

Oracle is pricing itself out of Amazon’s cloud

Guess what? Oracle is raising prices again, this time on enterprises that choose to run Oracle software on Amazon Web Services. Oracle’s previous licensing agreement...

Heartbleed Persists on 200,000 Servers, Devices

Almost 200,000 servers and devices are still vulnerable to Heartbleed, the OpenSSL flaw patched nearly three years ago. The numbers come from search engine Shodan, which...

Google pushed developers to fix security flaws in 275,000 Android apps

Over the past two years, Google has pressured developers to patch security issues in more than 275,000 Android apps hosted on its official app...

Fake news alert! Internet breaches are not cloud breaches

Hacked accounts are in the news on practically a daily basis: Yahoo uncovered another massive cyberattack, with more than 1 billion user accounts compromised,...

Elasticsearch Ransomware Attacks Now Number In The Thousands

Since last week, ransomware attacks on Elasticsearch have quadrupled. Just like the MongoDB ransomware assaults of several weeks ago, Elasticsearch incursions are accelerating at...

Sensitive access tokens and keys found in hundreds of Android apps

Many developers still embed sensitive access tokens and API keys into their mobile applications, putting data and other assets stored on various third-party services...

Devs reverse-engineer 16,000 Android apps, find secrets and keys to AWS...

It's 2017 and developers are still doing really dumb things A security firm has reverse engineered 16,000 Android apps on Google's Play store and found...