Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC)

Unlike BYOD, which has been around for a while, Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) has been a new phenomenon occurring in Enterprises over the last few years – whether Cloud storage use is approved or not. Some of the popular Cloud services that come to mind are Salesforce, Google Drive, Amazon Zocasa, Marketo, Dropbox, Box, and Office 365 where employees … Read More

Internet Security Aftermath

The Core Infrastructure Initiative (“CII”) was launched as an outcome of the recent Heartbleed OpenSSL security crisis. Technology’s largest companies have come together and donated to a multi-million dollar project to fund open source projects like Open SSL, managed by the Linux Foundation. In the first week, initial founding members such as Amazon, Cisco, Dell, Facebook, Fujitsu, Google, IBM, Intel, … Read More

Heartbleed Security Flaw – The Good, Bad and Ugly

It has been a week since the Heartbleed issues have caused a security nightmare across the Internet. The flaw named “Heartbleed” which affects OpenSSL, one of the most widely used open source software programs used to encrypt internet communications, allows hackers to steal credentials and mimic the secure communication between a browser and web server. The worse case scenario has … Read More

The InSecurity of Everything…

At our M2M Waveguide Events that toured Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Calgary in October, one question surfaced in every city – yep “What about security when we start connecting everything to the enterprise?”… To which our industry partners represented by – Niclas Andersson, Director with the Deutsche Telekom M2M Competence Center, Eric Simmons, General Manager M2M with Rogers and Larry … Read More