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Cloud computing has sailed past infancy, experienced untold growing pains and jetted through awkward adolescence. And now it’s finally growing up.
Cloud computing has sailed past infancy, experienced untold growing pains and jetted through awkward adolescence. And now it’s finally growing up. That’s at least according to the new TechInsight report “Cloud Succeeds, Now What?”
RSA says that the future of identity and access management solutions will be contingent on its ability to adapt to shifting technological tides and advanced threats. That means that with the infusion of analytics and security intelligence, the IAM market is far from stagnant.
CA Technologies is in a renascence as it presses into cloud management and service provider automation solutions, looking to its core group of partners to drive success. On the other end, CA’s backup business — ArcServe — is pursuing a volume business in the midmarket. The question: Can the two coexist?
McAfee is making forays into the IAM space — or rather, the burgeoning cloud IAM space — with new single sign-on and one-time password authentication tools that take aim at legacy players.
At the annual CA World conference, CA Technologies unveiled a number of new products and strategic initiatives under its theme “Go Big.” For solution providers, CA is strutting new channel bravado, as it’s acknowledging the need for partners to take its cloud products to market.
The 2112 Group in collaboration with CA Technologies today announced findings from a recent study highlighting how IT and business services will change the value and composition of the IT channel for vendors and customers.
CA Technologies is refreshing its identity and access management portfolio with a new cloud and mobile look and feel. CA’s rejuvenated IAM investments indicates that the market is likely primed for an upsurge in growth,, propelled by compliance and the cloud.
Cloud computing is forcing solution providers to rethink and reshape their business models. However, a new study by The 2112 Group and CA Technologies show cloud computing isn’t the end goal of services transformation. It goes much deeper.
A CA Technologies study found that despite the mad rush to adopt cloud and Big Data infrastructure, many organizations still lack converged infrastructure solutions necessary for its management and support. That gives partners a lot of room to provide behind-the-scenes services amid accelerating cloud trends.
Few can deny the area of governance, risk and compliance has experienced a revival over the last year, indicated by a dearth of new start-ups and legacy players touting innovative offerings. One of the biggest catalysts driving GRCs growth is the cloud.