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[TechRepublic] New security study on cloud computing: How hackable is it?

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Hacking the clouds: Exploiting shared physical infrastructure

A new research paper recasts the traditional risk paradigms of cloud computing. Blogger Paul Mah digs into the paper and mulls over the implications for IT professionals. Read more

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For organizations considering cloud technologies, one of the easier ways to get started is with Elasticfox and Amazon Web Services. IT Jedi Rick Vanover overviews new features of the Elasticfox tool. Read more

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