US CLOUD IN THE NEWS
Read what others are saying about US Cloud and where US Cloud experts are being quoted as subject matter experts.
Experts on the Top Information Security Considerations for the High Tech Industry
Digital Guardian, March 13, 2018
“The top information security concern for the high tech industry is the amalgamation of unique threats coming from all angles that must be considered together. The high tech industry is more vulnerable than most industries, other than maybe finance and healthcare, because of the unique combination of three different dimensions – the products they make that need to be secured for consumers, the information they collect and manage that needs to be safeguarded, and their intellectual property that needs to be protected as well.” – Jeremy Vance, US Cloud VP of Technology
People on the Move – Jay Kladiva, US Cloud
St. Louis Business Journal, Jan. 29, 2018
“Steer the company’s hub of operations as it continues to scale with the booming cloud and cybersecurity industry. Grow internal knowledge bases, mentor staff, and transform clients into promoters. Responsible for success of delivering the managed services offerings and CloudKeeper™ support.”
How to Ensure the Security of Your Cloud Storage in 2018: The Top Experts Speak
IT Security Central, Jan. 25, 2018
“One thing organizations can do right now to ensure security of their cloud storage is verify credentials that are used to manage their admin credentials and guard those keys with their lives. It’s basic credential management and cloud credentials should be treated no differently than credentials for a file server behind the company firewall.” – US Cloud VP of Technology Jeremy Vance
AWS vs. Google vs. Microsoft: Who Will Win the Cloud (and Does it Matter)?
CMS Wire, Jan. 18, 2018
“For many enterprises it doesn’t really matter who comes out top, as most enterprises work with two or even three of the vendors. That doesn’t leave a lot of room for anyone else, however. Amazon has been doing it the longest, they eat their own dog food and utilize their own technologies, but cloud isn’t necessarily their core business like it is for Microsoft. Microsoft has a robust and mature offering, but it faces the challenge of consumers who are averse to any Microsoft product. Google has that challenge as well, but Amazon seems to be more neutral. Google has a very clean and uncluttered offering that does everything that the others do.” – US Cloud VP of Technology Jeremy Vance