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IDC :: Private clouds
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The increasing use of virtualization and private cloud computing solutions is creating highly complex
datacenter environments. This complexity results in significant IT operational challenges in the areas
of provisioning, change and configuration management, root cause analysis, and performance
management because traditional processes and tools are unable to scale and adapt to the rapid rate
and pace of change experienced in these highly dynamic settings. Integrated, automated application
and infrastructure provisioning, workflow orchestration, and self-service management tools are
needed to streamline deployments, better optimize use of resources, and speed up delivery of critical
business services to end users. This paper discusses why automated provisioning, orchestration, and
self-service are so critical to the effective operation of virtualized, private cloud datacenters and
identifies the most important attributes customers should consider when evaluating solutions. The
paper also highlights the ways in which Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud addresses these
challenges.

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IDC :: Top five considerations for cloud based security
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With the rise of cloud applications and an increasingly mobile workforce, Web security that can be
delivered as a service across a global network is becoming critical in order to protect users and
ensure that policies for social media and other traffic can be enforced consistently anywhere at any
time. Along with protecting employees who are using company-owned mobile devices, enterprises
must efficiently secure an increasing number of mobile workers who are using unmanaged devices
(bring your own device, or BYOD). Cloud-based Web solutions can secure mobile users without
requiring VPN backhaul to an onsite gateway or security agents installed on clients. The worldwide
Web security market reached $1.9 billion in 2011, growing 12.1% over 2010, and IDC predicts that
the market will grow to $3.2 billion in 2016, representing an 11.2% compound annual growth rate
(CAGR) from 2011 to 2016. Web security SaaS will be the fastest-growing segment of the Web
security market. Web security SaaS will grow from $250.4 million in 2011 to $695.2 million in 2016,
representing a 22.7% CAGR. Pressure on enterprise IT security teams to secure and control
corporate data in an increasingly unmanaged endpoint environment is driving much of this market
growth; more than a third of enterprises cite data loss as their top security concern, according to
IDC's 2011 Security Survey; meanwhile, nearly two-thirds of enterprises are challenged by end users
who do not follow corporate security policies.

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CISCO :: Networking and cloud
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As you deploy cloud infrastructure and operating models in your organization, the role that networking plays and
the impact of these models on your networks may not always be clear. This document discusses the importance
of the network to cloud computing, why the network must change, and what Cisco is doing to lead these changes.

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SYMANTEC :: Securing rise mobile app market
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The emergence of mobile applications has fundamentally changed the way that
millions of people around the world work, play, and communicate. Users can now
download every type of application imaginable – from games, to maps, to movie
and TV show tie – ins, to apps that will turn a device into a flashlight, and more
–directly to their smart phones and other mobile devices.

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VERISIGN :: beckys trainers
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In the tradition of a Harvard Business School case study, we created a fictional company that uses real Symantec technology to tell the story of how SSL technology can help a start-up build its business online.
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