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Cloud, Compiled - Issue #44

Cloud, Compiled
Cloud, Compiled - Issue #44
By Mike Maney • Issue #44 • View online
On the Unclouded blog this week, we’re talking about imbalance in the market when it comes to meeting SMBs’ needs. Head on over!
Looking for more? Here’s what we’re reading: 
Around the Industry
  • Hotel California no more: following an outpouring of criticism from competitors and customers, AWS is making concessions on the pricing of outbound data transfers, but won’t sunset data egress charges entirely.
  • Multicloud is sweeping across industries, even sports. “I do believe that it is the right approach [and] something that we will look at certainly moving forward to make sure that we are mitigating risk,” says Michael Cole, CTO of golf’s European Tour and Ryder Cup.
  • Out of the frying pan and into the fire: Security researchers set up a “honeypot” of 320 misconfigured cloud instances in an effort to study how cyberattacks happen. Nearly all of them were compromised in less than 24 hours
  • Forget crypto-ransoms, the future of cloud-based cybercrime is compromised crypto-mining: Hackers used 86% of recently compromised Google Cloud accounts to perform the computationally-intensive process of mining digital coins. 
  • It’s not all dark clouds ahead: a recent survey of 2,000 IT leaders revealed that they trust cloud security practices more than those associated with their on-prem data infrastructures.
  • IT-benefits are great, but another strong case for cloud services is an advantage in the growing “experience economy.” 
And that’s a wrap!

 

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