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Content tagged with Cloud posted in November 2010
Pirate Bay Loses Copyright Conviction Appeal
News  |  11/30/2010  | 
A Swedish court has reduced the prison sentences, but increased the monetary damages levied against the founders of the file-sharing site.
Verizon Offers Free Security Credentials To Healthcare Professionals
News  |  11/16/2010  | 
The credentials meet Level 3 authentication requirements and allow healthcare providers to receive digitized health data from other clinicians securely.
Identity Theft Reported By 33% Of Healthcare Organizations
News  |  11/9/2010  | 
Medical practices lag behind hospitals in nearly every measure of health IT implementation and security, reports HIMSS survey.
How To Get High Performance Cloud Storage
Commentary  |  11/8/2010  | 
One of the challenges with cloud storage is the connection between you and the storage. For almost everyone it is going to be slower than what is available within the data center. This performance difference does not mean a more limited use of cloud storage, it means that greater intelligence is needed to load data into the cloud. With that intelligence cloud storage could be leveraged for even the most demanding of applications.
Is Cloud Storage Fluffy?
Commentary  |  11/3/2010  | 
Before continuing with our look at how to use cloud storage in your business, we need to take a quick detour and discuss if cloud storage is a legitimate platform to begin with. The term in a recent comment that was used to describe cloud storage is fluffy. I find that not only is cloud storage a tangible technology, it is something that businesses of all sizes should be leveraging in some form.
Indiana AG Sues Wellpoint Over Health Data Breach
News  |  11/2/2010  | 
Consumer health data was at risk for 137 days through an unsecured Wellpoint website, alleges the suit filed against the health insurer.


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