Cloud Computing Goes Mainstream Implications for the IT Security Workforce

Training Industry

As a former CIO, I have implemented and seen the significant benefits of cloud computing, both in the leverage of compute on demand via infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS) delivery models, and in the use of software as a service (SaaS) applications. Addressing this IT cloud security challenge is a two-fold challenge. With today’s new computing and service models, the traditional perimeter no longer exists.

The Changing Face of Work and Workplace Learning

Learnnovators

Cloud computing , while it has been around for a long time, is showing huge impact today. “In July 2010, Rackspace Hosting and NASA jointly launched an open-source cloud-software initiative known as OpenStack. The OpenStack project intended to help organizations offer cloud-computing services running on standard hardware. I am not the kind to crystal gaze. I lay no claim to being able to predict the future.

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THE CHANGING FACE OF WORK AND WORKPLACE LEARNING

Learnnovators

Cloud computing , while it has been around for a long time, is showing huge impact today. “In In July 2010, Rackspace Hosting and NASA jointly launched an open-source cloud-software initiative known as OpenStack. The OpenStack project intended to help organizations offer cloud-computing services running on standard hardware. I am not the kind to crystal gaze. I lay no claim to being able to predict the future.

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Top 10 Benefits to Partnering and Outsourcing Learning & Development in 2018

Abreon

Companies that own valuable intellectual property with their solutions can outsource training to experienced L&D partners and sell access to a mass audience to generate revenue. Using a training outsourcing company may allow you to get your product into a lot of customers’ hands much faster, without the need for scaling up internal resources. The number one reason why companies outsource L&D is to save money.

The Changing Face of Work and Workplace Learning

ID Reflections

Cloud computing , while it has been around for a long time, is showing huge impact today. " In July 2010, Rackspace Hosting and NASA jointly launched an open-source cloud-software initiative known as OpenStack. The OpenStack project intended to help organizations offer cloud-computing services running on standard hardware. I am not the kind to crystal gaze. I lay no claim to being able to predict the future.

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When Does Your Training Need To Go On A Private Cloud?

eFront

Of course, there still are (and always will be) some PCs somewhere doing all the serving and number crunching, but they are not in the corporate data center anymore, they are in the Cloud. The Cloud, explained. The Cloud , in case you have been living under a rock for the past few years, refers to processing and storage run by specialized companies on their own networks, that is available for businesses to sign up for and leverage for their own needs.

#ICELW Opening Keynote with Steve Wheeler @timbuckteeth "The Future is Mobile…Social…Personal"

Learning Visions

Age and generations—these are NOT the issue—it’s context (he shows a picture of a kid reading a newspaper next to his grandfather on his computer). Distributed (Cloud) Computingoutsourcing your memory. > Things that are connecting to the web that aren’t computers – toilets, refrigerators, heating systems. The Internet of Things = Ubiquitous Computing (computers will be embedded in everything!)

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Software as a Service SaaS Implications for the IT Security Workforce

Training Industry

My last blog described the implications of cloud computing going mainstream and its impact on the workforce. So how does an organization extend its security policies and controls to public clouds and SaaS applications? Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASBs) This challenge has given rise to what are known as cloud access security brokers (CASBs), products that serve as security enforcement points sitting on premise or in the cloud.

How Can Businesses Ensure Cloud Platform Security?

Hurix Digital

Over the last decade, organizations around the globe have increasingly embraced cloud applications in order to innovate, transform their business, manage costs and handle their increased workload. But when this data is stored on the cloud, companies have less control over leaks and thefts.

Top 10 eLearning Predictions 2011 #LCBQ

Tony Karrer

Shared Services between Institutions Manish Gupta - e-Learning Predictions for 2011 Live Online Training to Grow in India Birth of Motion Controlled Learning & Interactivity Performance Support Tools to Gain Adoption Outsourcing to Continue Growing Gaming to Gain Momentum LMS’s to Remain Primary Delivery Mechanism for e-Learning Glenn Hansen's 2011 predictions - 2011 - the year of collaboration Collaboration tools such as micro-blogging software (e.g.

Gartner’s top tech 2012 predictions: Impact on learning at 3 levels

Learning Cafe

The crux of the article is that IT budgets and responsibilities are moving out of the control of IT departments and into the hands of others, thanks to trends such as consumerization and cloud computing which is making centralised controlled of IT difficult. By 2015, the prices for 80% of cloud services will include a global energy surcharge. By 2015, low-cost cloud services will cannibalize up to 15% of top outsourcing players’ revenue.

AI and Learning Systems: Is This Combo as Great and Powerful as it Seems?

Talented Learning

That means AI will be everywhere, thanks to enabling technologies like cloud computing, the open source software movement, AI Platforms-as-a-Service, conversational AI, virtual assistants and more. But by 2020, 85% of businesses will actually be piloting AI programs through a combination of build, buy and outsourcing strategies. “If you have a cloud-based LMS, AI will eventually be available to you through features that are being built into these systems.

We Need to Create an Individualized Skills Cloud

CLO Magazine

Further, their lack of systematic coordination is truly a lost opportunity because over the past decade, advances in Software-as-a-Service technology delivery models and cloud computing infrastructure have allowed many industries and institutions to rethink what aspects of their business make sense to keep in-house, and what ones make more sense to outsource. Our nation’s workforce development system is at a crossroads.

Predictions are what likely will happen…not what *should* happen

Janet Clarey

More switching to cloud computing. More outsourcing, especially to niche providers, will lead to more internal vendor management. Let’s see how I did last year… We will see more “platform as a service&# (PaaS) solutions with further computing enhancements to support the “micro&# movement. The annual predictions for e-learning in 2011 are in at eLearn Magazine.

Disruptive Technologies and the Future of Learning & Development

Convergence Training

Not so much courses, but the creation of courses and content, I also see more of a trend of L&D outsourcing instead of using in-house capacity. You can develop in-house capacity to build more traditional course-based learning, but I see a lot more specialization being outsourced to third-party vendors, and even just the volume of courses being needed, sometimes an in-house L&D department can’t keep up, so I think the trend to outsourcing continues.

Are You Riding the Waves or the Ripples? Tracking Learning Trends

Vignettes Learning

Unlike the approaches of earlier decades, where primary focus was on computing power, today’s scientists use the discoveries on how the brain works in their design of the "thinking machines." Cloud Computing The “ cloud ” will enable us to afford cheaper, faster and easier ways to design and deliver learning. Synthesis: The Thought/Action Wave and the Brain/Technology Wave are two particular learning principles that enable faster, cheaper and easier learning.

What to Do With a Broken LMS

CLO Magazine

In addition to poor usability, unreliable performance and limited scalability, these legacy systems predate the cloud computing revolution and lack basic social and informal learning tools and global connectivity. Buying a Next-Generation LMS There are a growing number of cloud-based LMSes on the market that present a fresh way to address learning. By unlocking the full power of the cloud and employing Web 2.0

2010: mLearning Year in Review

mLearning Trends

The acceptance and adoption of "cloud computing" resources for mobile learning will become commonplace as IT budgets remain strained and the complexity of mobile authoring and delivery continues to increase - especially in larger, more complex environments. A.K.A. How our January 2010 Predictions Played Out!

House of cards

Learning with e's

In 'Bringing the Cloud down to Earth' Nick Carr - author of The Shallows , and controversially, an article entitled "Is Google making us stupid? Carr's declaration that Cloud computing is the most important innovation since personal computing was not challenged. PCs put the power of computing on your desk' he said, 'and cloud computing has put the power of a data centre in your hand'. More reporting from the World Computer Congress tomorrow.