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Nothing New Under the Sun (or in the Cloud)

I see a lot of misguided talk about cloud computing and its security as the New Big Thing. I was reminded of this the other evening when the local brewpub hosted a talk by Gene Spafford,  the director of Purdue University’s CERIAS, the Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security. Spaf spoke […]



Turn Left Two Times to 33

Turn left two times to 33… What the heck? Okay, so it’s an odd headline, but it has a very real meaning–to me at least, and I want it have one to you, too. When I was a young boy my father got me a safe so I could keep things away from my little […]



Compare Cloud Security to Your Security

There’s an assumption people make that if they put their data in the cloud it is less secure. There are three aspects to security: confidentiality, integrity, and availability. They are known as the CIA security model. Confidentiality Private data is kept confidential using encryption. This might require encrypting the data in the database. When transporting […]



Remote Desktop Functionality in Azure Roles

One of the cool new features of version 1.3 of the Azure SDK is the ability to connect to Azure roles using Remote Desktop. The increased visibility into the role makes monitoring activity and troubleshooting problems easier than ever. This allows for unprecedented flexibility and control over the role instance. Configuring a role for Remote […]



Learning Tree Cloud Computing Overview Course

Tomorrow, I am teaching Learning Tree course 1210, Cloud Computing Overview: Evaluating the Opportunities.  This is a half-day course running from 1:00 PM EST to around 4:00.  The course provides an overview of cloud computing and some of the choices available for Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service […]


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