Author: Fleur Doidge
Source: CRN | 11 Dec 2012
Categories: Careers and Skills | Mobility | Services and Outsourcing | Distributor | Reseller | Vendor | Credit and Finance | Mobile Phones | Laptops | Security | Operating Systems | Infrastructure | Storage | Business Software
Tags: Virtualisation | Cloud computing | Mergers and acquisitions | Education | Rim | Nokia | Tablet pc | Microsoft | Crime | Hp | Apple | Oracle | Ibm | Softcat | Kelway | Sap | Scc | Insight enterprises | 2e2 | Logicalis | Computacenter
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IT virtualisation - the engine behind cloud computing - can have significant consequences on the datacentre physical infrastructure (DCPI)
Given the changing threat landscape - with growing security threats, cybercrime and compliancen regulations - we need to rethink traditional security models