New Centrify Suite 2013 Uniquely Helps Organisations Meet Compliance
Requirements and Reduce Costs for the Broadest Set of Cloud and On-Premise
London, UK - Jan 29, 2013 - Centrify Corporation, the leader in Unified
Identity Services across data center, cloud and mobile, today announced the
general availability of the latest version of the Centrify Suite security and
compliance solution in use today by more than 4,500 organisations worldwide.
Featuring new advanced privileged user management and auditing for Windows
systems, as well as new "sudo" migration tools for Linux systems, Centrify
Suite 2013 enables organisations to quickly and effectively meet compliance
requirements, mitigate risks from internal threats, and reduce operational
costs across the broadest set of cross-platform systems deployed on-premise
and in the cloud.
In today's heterogeneous... (more)
WikiLeaks organizer Julian Assange is apparently going to turn himself in to
the British police.
At least, his lawyers told the British press late Monday that they are
negotiating a meeting with Scotland Yard so Assange can answer questions.
His attorney Mark Stephens reportedly said, “We are in the process of
making arrangements to meet with the police by consent in order to facilitate
the taking of that question and answer that's needed.”
The BBC said Scotland Yard is armed with an apparently valid Swedish arrest
warrant and an extradition request. Where it goes from there remai... (more)
ZapThink recently conducted our Licensed ZapThink Architect Bootcamp course
for a branch of the United States Department of Defense (DoD). As it happens,
an increasing proportion of our US-based business is for the DoD, which is
perfectly logical, given the strategic nature Service-Oriented Architecture
(SOA) plays for the DoD. SOA is so strategic, in fact, that SOA underlies how
the DoD expects to achieve its mission in the 21st century -- namely,
defending US interests by presenting the most powerful military presence on
the globe. Furthermore, the story of how SOA became so st... (more)
In a recent conference, analyst William Forrest says that large companies
could end up paying more than twice as much by using cloud based services.
According to a Forbes.com report, Deflating The Cloud, a study focused on a
McKinsey & Co. financial services client showed that the financial firm would
be paying 150% more for cloud-based services versus owning the
"Much of cloud computing's misplaced hype, contends Forrest, comes from the
assumption that businesses that make the switch will be able to do away with
their entire IT department, an expensive collectio... (more)
New Media on Ulitzer
"The wisdom’s in the room. Make a concerted effort to learn from those
around you," said Butch Ward from Poynter Institute in St. Petersburg, FL, as
he spoke with a crowd of public relations professionals at the January 2010
Social Media Café. Butch and three fellow experts shared new ways of
including social media tactics in our public relations practices.
The Poynter Institute describes itself as “a school dedicated to teaching
and inspiring journalists and media leaders.” The Institute’s interest in
how PR or “business communication” professionals practice... (more)
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