Cloud data residency is defined as maintaining control over the location where regulated data and documents physically reside. Privacy and data residency requirements vary by country and users of cloud services need to consider the rules that cover each of the jurisdictions they operate in as well as the rules that govern the treatment of data at the locations where the cloud service provider(s) provision their services (e.g., their data centers). Learn more: http://perspecsys.com/how-we-help/data-residency-sovereignty/
Read the infographic for information about cloud based storage systems, and how survey results from 130 security professionals from the RSA Conference show companies are not being proactive enough to protect sensitive data in the cloud. Make sure your data is safe!
This infographic on information consolidation is by far the coolest infographic you’ve ever seen. It interacts with your scrolling, making it seen like you’re playing a game. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to copy it into here…so you don’t get the full feel. Which means you really need to check out the original posting here, you won’t regret it. I see and post infographics on a regular basis and I’ve never seen one so interactive and fun. Information consolidation is already an exciting idea, (who wouldn’t want to centralize their information to help keep from losing valuable data?) However, when you take this concept and this infographic and put them together, the result is pretty cool. Make sure to check it out. A special thanks to the folks at atlassian.com for this inventive piece.