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Five Personas of Cloud Computing: Identifying the Reasons for Cloud Adoption

NCC Guidelines - Volume 3 - Number 11

This Guideline, written by Garry Sidaway, global director of security strategy at NTT Com Security (formerly Integralis), examines the five main cloud computing personalities of organisations, as highlighted in the company's recent research. By understanding where your own organisation fits in this mix, you can assess where you are in terms of cloud adoption, your approach to risk and security, and the use of third-party services.

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Securing Your Networks & Systems: Using Security Testing as a Strategy

NCC Guidelines - Volume 3 - Number 10

To ensure your enterprise has a sound security policy, you must properly test it. This Guideline, written by Spirent's Marc Meulensteen, explains how security and performance validation can reduce your exposure to security breaches and ensure you are protected against the latest attacks. It will give you a manifest to make security assessment a full part of your network strategy.

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Bringing Big Data to Life: How to Use Insight Technology

NCC Guidelines - Volume 3 - Number 9

The main foundation for big data initiatives is a technology platform that takes data in its rawest form and converts it into consumable, actionable information, which can be accessed and acted upon by decision makers. Three core technology layers are required to support this platform's functionality, but this Guideline - written by Nobby Akiha, senior vice president of Marketing at Actuate Corporation - focuses on the third layer (the Insight Layer), discovering data insights and making them operational.

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IT Asset Disposal: Developing an Intelligent Data Disposal Policy

NCC Guidelines - Volume 3 - Number 8

This Guideline, written by Steve Mellings, founder of the Asset Disposal and Information Security Alliance (ADISA) and author of the ADISA IT Asset Disposal Standard, explores the issues surrounding IT asset disposal and presents the ADISA Disposal Framework (ADF) which is a 10-step approach to writing, implementing and measuring the performance of an intelligent asset disposal policy.

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SharePoint 2013: ‘Taming the beast’ to build business solutions

NCC Guidelines - Volume 3 - Number 7

Many organisations and users still struggle to understand exactly what SharePoint does and can deliver. As a result, many SharePoint implementations have suffered significant problems. This Guideline, written by a team from ClearPeople, looks at the different versions of SharePoint 2013 available and advises on how to choose the best option for your organisation. The aim is to provide a complete guide to understanding and making best use of SharePoint 2013.

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The Perfect Storm: Understanding the Security Threats in the Connected World

NCC Guidelines - Volume 3 - Number 6

This Guideline, written by Amar Singh, chair of ISACA's London Security Task Force/Security Advisory Group, looks at the threats and opportunities that the connected and converged world bring to a business, and discusses how the secure modern organisation can start preparing against these threats using a technical and management approach.

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Which Windows? Migrating to Microsoft 7 or 8

NCC Guidelines - Volume 3 - Number 5

Based on current headlines, you'd be forgiven for thinking that Microsoft is dead in the water, Windows 8 a flop, and its Surface tablet computer finished. In reality, however, they do not reflect Microsoft's current position in the market. This Guideline, written by Robert Rutherford, MD of QuoStar, reviews the real-world issues that a business IT decision maker needs to consider when deciding whether to move to Windows 7 or even Windows 8 Blue (version 8.1).

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Virtual Desktop Infrastructure: Computing for End Users

NCC Guidelines - Volume 3 - Number 4

In an update of a previous Guideline on virtual desktop infrastructure, Jason Meers and Darren Woollard of Xtravirt highlight where the market has gone in a completely different direction to where it was predicted just a few short years ago, and provide a useful insight into where VDI, cloud and BYOD could be converging, and heading to next.

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Disaster Recovery in the Cloud

NCC Guidelines - Volume 3 - Number 3

As computing moves away from the onsite server room or data centre model to cloud services and cloud service providers (CSPs), so disaster recovery becomes much more disparate and often complex. The purpose of this Guideline, written by Oscar Arean and Mark Thomas of Databarracks, is to provide practical advice on disaster recovery (DR) when using cloud services.

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