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For tech journalist Robert Scoble, new technology is not about privacy loss—it's about utility. Along with coauthor Shel Israel, Scoble has written Age of Context: Mobile, Sensors, Data, and the Future of Privacy. The book explores how sensors, wearables, social, data, and location-based technology are shaping the technology some of us are already using.
By Adrienne Hall, General Manager, Trustworthy Computing
Delivering great Healthcare becomes a reality when the whole team knows what is going on with the patient. How are some Hospitals connecting all of the various practitioners, caregivers and medical services throughout the patient’s entire course of medical treatment? Many are turning to Cloud Services to ensure information flows seamlessly and all aspects of the Hospital stay are connected optimally to enable quick, accurate and safe medical care.
BLK Super Specialty Hospitals in New Delhi, India is one such business, now taking advantage of a streamlined solution that offers employee emails and a global address book to connect Hospital staff with each other. BLK Super Specialty Hospitals decided to go with Microsoft’s Office 365 for its 1,000 employees after exploring various solutions such as Google apps, Zimbra cloud and others, and determining that the solution would meet their security, privacy and compliance requirements. Read more >>
Some application scenarios may require, or desire, a static public IP address, so that you have predictable IP addresses for handling network traffic and firewall rules. When migrating these applications to a cloud platform, such as Microsoft Azure, reserving public IP addresses for these applications can be an important step in your migration plan.
In today's article in our Modernizing Your Infrastructure with Hybrid Cloud series, Brian Lewis shows us step-by-step how to reserve a public IP address for hosting application workloads on Azure.
From Brian's article: "Hopefully by now you have had a chance to use Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines and Websites. One of the things you might want for your server on the internet is an IP address that doesn’t change. You may want this to ensure your outbound traffic from your Azure server uses a predictable IP address. This will enable you to set a DNS record or a firewall rule with your dedicated IP address. Another benefit of reserving an address is that you keep your IP address even when you de-provision your virtual machine. There are some important steps you need to pay attention to ..."
READ BRIAN'S FULL ARTICLE HERE!