Organisations, whose functions are classified as “system relevant” by regulators (hospitals, banks etc.), suppliers to these organisations and those who provide important essential services, need to meet special criteria for business continuity: they need to be up and running again very quickly. In this blog post, we provide answers to the most important questions related to business continuity for cloud systems and services.
You have heard of containers, but find them a bit of a mystery? Then this article is perfect for you. In it, we explain the concept and characteristics of containers. This helps to understand why containers are one of the big trends in IT.
With this blog post, our goal is to help customers to avoid irrecoverable loss of data and computing resources, by making sure they have considered the scenarios they need to guard against and have recovery plans for these.
Customer and other confidential company data is one of the most valuable assets in the digitalized economy. To protect this asset adequately in the cloud, there is currently only one secure strategy: to work with a European owned cloud infrastructure partner.
Sharing documents with colleagues, customers and suppliers while collaborating on them is part of everyday life in many companies. But is this data exchange also secure? With the “Data Drop” from Safe Swiss Cloud, the data is stored on a private server in your own virtual data center making it easy to collaborate securely.
JupyterLab is the most widely used data science / machine learning IDE. Deploying it on OpenShift / Kubernetes adds another layer of flexibility in terms of convenience, resource allocation and horizontal scaling across user groups.