Transport Layer Security Is Essential On Cloud Protection To Retain Technical Control Of Your Data

Your data is everything. It doesn’t matter what it is. Whether it’s photos, financial data, or the first few chapters of the next great American novel, you want control of your data and you want it to be secure. This is why it’s essential to maintain security. It doesn’t matter whether you have a secure room in a secure building with a server inside of it. It is just as vulnerable to theft and sabotage as anything that you have on the Internet.

The server itself may not be stolen if it’s locked up in a secure room of your building, but the content on the server is still hackable – and that puts you at risk of losing all of your content.

You need a professionally maintained system where it is someone’s job 24/7 to safeguard the data. This means that you don’t have to be the one worrying about whether the data is safe – someone is doing it for you. Hackers can have the opportunity to hack anywhere – but if the data is being maintained by professional system administrators, there is less for you to worry about.

It’s important to think outside the traditional data center because you want cloud computing. This means you have the ability to access your data when and where you want. Whether you are on the road a lot, use a variety of devices, or you jump from computer to computer, you need data access – and without opening yourself up to data security threats.

This is why it is important that there is a secure data transmission using TLS or Transport Layer Security. There are many benefits to TLS. The transport layer is handled by a process within the host computer instead of by routers and switches. This will ensure that you have a powerful service that is more reliable.

Within a TCP/IP model, the transport layer is used to deliver data to appropriate application processes on your host computer. The protocol will support virtual circuits and allow you to send data packets online. Because of the virtual circuits and the other application processes, it makes it harder for hacking to take place at any time.

Additionally, the TLP model allows for reliable communication, which includes error detecting codes as well as automatic repeat requests. This means you get more flow control and reduce congestion – which is especially important when you are trying to get to your data.

Regardless of why you are storing data in the cloud – easier access to the data from anywhere or as a higher level of security – the data transmission connection has to be looked at. You don’t want problems with the connection because it’s going to make you more vulnerable to hacking or it’s going to make it hard for you to get to your data. You don’t have to worry about either of these issues with a transport layer security because it’s what it was designed for.

When it comes to network design, you need technical control of your data. You need to be able to connect virtual servers without a company telling you that it’s impossible or that it’s not secure. Hundreds of large companies have gone to virtualization of networks because it is the most cost effective way to manage data and give users access to the data that they need on a daily basis. Whether you have big data or small data needs, you can virtualize your servers and still maintain technical control.

Security has to be a main concern no matter what you do. Even if you didn’t put your data on the Internet in a cloud, there is a way for hackers to get at the data in your secure room. Plus, when you keep your data on site, you have more issues – more energy usage, more heat, and more risks due to theft, fire and other hazards.

The argument for keeping data on site is no longer valid because of the cloud computing resources available. Firewalls, virtual networks and transport layer security are all arguments as to why data is more secure on the Internet than it is locked up in your server room.

By taking advantage of TLS connections, you maintain more control of your data and eliminate the security threat. Hackers can take their best shot at your data and it’s not going anywhere. Especially when you find the right hosting company, they are going to add additional security controls to prevent your data from being accessed, manipulated, or corrupt in any capacity.

Cloud protection is out there, which means the traditional arguments of online security are no longer valid. Before you put your data in the cloud, however, be sure that you have transport layer security in place because of all the benefits that it has to offer.

About the author:

Rosa Smith uses a ProfitBricks cloud security software when working remotely on her personal blog to protect her content and personal information. Business cloud networking by ProfitBricks are a great way to customize your businesses cloud network to fit your needs.

Lenovo Android Smartphones Launched – A RISKY Effort By The Leading PC Company.

I have started to think that is mobile computing is the only one market left in this world that every BIG company is jumping into it !! The world is witnessing a tough war already going on between Apple and Samsung; and Nokia trying hard to maintain its position, Lenovo sneakily jumped into the smartphone segment with 5 smartphones.

Lenovo Android Smartphones

The leading PC company launched a string of 5 Android-based smartphones in the Indian market at a price starting from Rs. 6499 and going upto Rs. 28,499. The five smartphones are being targeted among different groups of people. The 5 smartphones are divided into 4 segments – Geek, Stylish, Professional and Affordable.

Lenovo claims that the USP of these smartphones is the long battery life and a Dual SIM capability. We can’t say more on this topic as we are not quite sure if the claim is true.

5 Lenovo Android Smartphones.

All the 5 smartphones launched by Lenovo, 4 of them are powered by the most prominent mobile OS, Android 4.0 IceCream Sandwich; while one handset, A60+ is runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

Lenovo K860 : The K860 handset is a powerful 1.4 GHz quad-core smartphone that features a 5-inch IPS display and a 720×1280 pixel resolution. The smartphone comes with a 8 MP camera with special effects and editing options and an 8 GB memory. The K860 is priced at Rs. 28,499.

Lenovo S880 : The S880 smartphone features a 5-inch, a large screen and a slim design of 9.9 mm. Other added features include a long battery life and dual SIM capability. The S880 is prices at Rs. 18,999.

Lenovo S560 : The S560 smartphone is aimed at the music fanatics. The smartphone features a Dolby Digital Plus technology that aims at delivering a music sound better than ever. The S560 comes with a dual core processor, a 4-inch display and a 5 MP camera. Its been priced at Rs. 14,499.

Lenovo P700i : The P700i is a Dual Sim business phone powered with Lenovo Smart Energy Technology to enhance the battery life. The smartphone delivers a talk time of 28 hours and upto 28 days on standby. Powered by a 1 GHz dual core processor and a 4-inch IPS display, the P700i is priced at Rs. 12,499.

Lenovo A60+ : The A60+ is powered by a 1 GHz processor and runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS (2.3 has become quite old). With a 3.5 inch screen, the A60+ is priced at Rs. 6,499.

Lenovo Android Smartphones – Can It Make It BIG ?

The consumers getting adopted to the latest and smarter, wireless technology in the country is on a rise. The company’s dive into smartphone segment is a part of the four screen strategy which comprises of PCs, tablets, smartphones and Smart TVs.

“Having witnessed success in the PC space where we are currently No 1, our entry into the smartphone category is a strategic move that reinforces our commitment to lead technology and innovation across the four screens,” Lenovo India Managing Director Amar Babu told reporters.

Lenovo has entered in the mobile market in India after building a strong, successful mobile phone business in countries like China, Philippines, Russia and Vietnam. So it will be quite interesting to see if it could be able to stay in the Indian market !!

Let’s see whether Lenovo is capable of luring the Samsung and Nokia obsessed Indian customers !!! Have your say, what do you think of this move of world’s largest PC company.