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  • Blog Post: Does the business really hate IT?

    Back at the times of outsourcing, there was real tension between IT and the business. Internal IT had the “comfortable” position of having a monopoly: The business used the internal IT and basically just had to pay the bill. Then times came, where the business was not satisfied anymore. That basically...
  • Blog Post: Data Governance in the Cloud

    If you look at current discussions between cloud providers and customers, I see it too often that the customer leaves with the impression that the Cloud fixes all their problems. In fact – it does not. Too often I see the Cloud provider telling the customer that they should not care about security anymore...
  • Blog Post: Rediscover Microsoft Security Guides

    Fairly often I am asked whether the Security Guides for our products still exist. The good news is: They do. The bad news is: They are called differently The previously stand-alone Microsoft product-specific security guides are now included within the Microsoft Security Compliance Manager (SCM) tool...
  • Blog Post: Customer Experience Study: Security Improves in the Cloud

    Last week, when I was in South Africa, a partner of us pointed me to a very interesting paper by KPMG called Cloud computing: Australian lessons and experiences . What I like is, that a lot of the items I was recently raising, where actually reflected in quotes by customers of Cloud providers as well...
  • Blog Post: Cloud Security in Office365

    You heard about the launch of Office365 recently and I hope you read the blog post on the application of the Cloud Computing Security Considerations to the private. cloud. If not, here it is: Security Considerations in a Private Cloud To complete the series now, we released an additional paper on how...