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Is Cloud-Native Development the New Winning Move?
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The software technology scene is not new to disruptions that have shaped the industry to what we currently know. The rise of Cloud-native development has, however, shaken the industry and provided a platform for tremendous opportunities. To find out what Cloud-native is, we have to start by finding out what it does. 


Defining Cloud-Native 

Cloud-native is the approach of building and running applications that maximise on the merits of the cloud computing delivery model. The purpose of this approach is to improve speed, scalability and eventually margin. It is primarily...

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The top challenges encountering the multi-cloud environments 
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In today's era of continuous innovation, companies are progressively using various IT systems to meet the needs of their growing businesses. This variety allows firms to manage their workloads, instead of being tied to a single delivery model or provider. 

However, due to the considerable shortage of experienced cloud personnel out there, most of the companies are lacking internal cloud expertise. Consequently, adopting a successful cloud plan is usually a challenging undertaking. Here are some of the challenges that most enterprises face in the management of multi-cloud...

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Is Cloud Computing Cheaper Than On-Premise Servers?
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Cloud computing is generally associated with lowered costs. Companies that switch to cloud computing get to save money on physical storage space of the servers and the monitoring of the infrastructure. However, many businesses still end up spending more money on cloud computing as opposed to on-premise servers. Here are some reasons why cloud computing may not be as cheap as you think:


Computing Power Requirements

If your applications have variable computing power requirements, you will benefit from cloud computing since you eventually save some money on discounts. Such applications...

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Why Active Directory Is Important to Your Company
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Active Directory (AD) is a trademarked directory service developed by Microsoft, an essential part of the Windows 2000 (codenamed NT 5.0) architecture. Just like other directory services, for instance, NDS (Novell Directory Services), the AD is a centralised, standardised system, automating network management of distributed resources, user data, security and allows interoperation with other directories. AD is designed mainly for distributed networking environments. 


Why Your Company Needs AD 

If your office is using AD, all of your machines will be connected to a domain,...

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Apple Users To Manage Data Options Through Online Portal
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Apple have responded to the European Union's new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) with a privacy portal where users can access and manage their data. The portal is a notable expansion on previous ways to correct or delete data held by the company as the new regulation gives EU consumers more control over the personal data held on them. Apple users will need to log on to the site where there will be options on how you would like to manage your personal data. 


Privacy Portal Tools 

The new portal will allow users to ask for incorrect data to be corrected, as well...

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Efficient Data Cleansing
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That several organizations are drowning in dirty data is so much true. The repercussions include setbacks in the economy and a significant number of businesses have been trying to deal with it using clean-up processes, also called data cleansing or data scrubbing. The importance of data scrubbing cannot be emphasized enough, but first, what does the term mean? 


What is Data Cleansing? 

Many databases contain duplicates, half-finished, erroneously formatted or incorrect data. The process of amending or getting rid of this data is called data cleansing. Business...

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Decentralized blockchain data storage
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As the information age continues to advance in leaps and bounds, so has the need to find solutions to the growing demand of information. The continued advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) are putting a strain on information storage. IDC has even predicted that there will be roughly 163 zettabytes of data in the world by 2025. This has led to the rapid emergence of new data centres aimed at curbing this problem. However, the question that lingers is if this will be enough. An emerging solution to this problem is using decentralized blockchain data...

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Creating Security Solutions for Hybrid Cloud Storage
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Businesses today operate in a highly digital world, which has turned data into a company’s biggest resource. It is what has led to the growth of cloud storage. By keeping data in the cloud, enterprises have easy access to it, not to mention the scalability and flexibility that a virtual server offers. However, companies will have their data stored in other locations like on-premise servers or public clouds. When you have data spread out across physical and virtual servers, security can be a difficult undertaking.

Every enterprise must invest in sound hybrid cloud security to...

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Open source vs propriety software
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Open source software or propriety software? This seems to be the question many ask themselves. Evangelists of open software will point to its myriad of benefits, while critics will have their reservations. Here we look at the advantages, disadvantages and what to consider when choosing what to use.


The case for open source software

One of the main reasons for using open software is that it is free. In addition, since the code is accessible to many eyes, it is easier to find and fix security issues. This is in contrast to propriety software where you only have a handful of people who...

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Making Cloud Computing Work for You
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The rise of cloud computing over the past few years has been meteoric – indeed, by 2017 well over half of organisations were making use of the cloud in their everyday operations. As with every sudden change, there are both risks and rewards involved.

Challenges in cloud computing

Security is key in the cloud. With so much data stored non-locally, it can be difficult to make sure that everything remains secure. Legal and regulatory obligations must be carefully considered. An ultra-reliable connection to the internet is critical, since maintaining data security requires fast and...

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