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Old-school security in next-gen data centers

October 4, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: Tech World

 We’re using the same tools to secure both physical and virtual servers! So say the majority of respondents in a new survey conducted by Gabriel Consulting Group (GCG) and sponsored by McAfee.

More than 140 data center-savvy personnel in organizations ranging from small and midsize businesses (SMBs) to very large multinational firms were queried during the third quarter of 2010 on everything from their current security effectiveness (i.e., is their data center security keeping pace with the ever-increasing volume and sophistication of attacks) to their views on whether security concerns slowing the adoption of private or public clouds. The “2011 Data Center Security Survey” is available for download here.

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DATA and ANALYTICS , SECURITY

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