A lot has happened at Safe Swiss Cloud in the past few months – and we decided that a new look and feel for our website would be a good way of highlighting the new Safe Swiss Cloud.
Contract for the Web is an initiative by the World Wide Web Foundation in November 2019 to attempt to address issues of political manipulation, fake news, privacy violations, and other malign forces on the internet. The plan outlines nine central principles, three each directed at governments, companies and individuals. It was launched 25 November 2019… Read more »
Containers and microservices have revolutionized the deployment of enterprise software. Only one industry still behaves very sluggishly when transferring your applications to cloud containers: banks and financial service providers. But there are also successful counter-examples.
At Safe Swiss Cloud, we hear from software developers time and again that with dedicated Openshift clusters, the benefits of deployment in the cloud can be perfectly exploited. Red Hat’s Platform-as-a-Service OpenShift enables faster development, deployment, monitoring and scaling of applications in docker containers. The feedback is almost always similar:
Deploying OpenShift to the cloud as opposed to bare metal, is an ideal way to get up and going quickly, being particularly well suited to development and test environments where instant resource availability and flexibility is key. A great way to smooth the path to a successful OpenShift deployment is by using automation.
EveryWare AG has acquired a majority interest in Safe Swiss Cloud AG as part of a cloud cooperation. In the future, both companies will work very closely together to set new trends as innovation drivers in the Swiss cloud market. At the same time, however, they remain independent providers and will continue to operate under their respective names and brands.
The cloud-based software TOMTEC ZERO cloud-based software makes heart diagnosis fast, safe and simple. This is also possible thanks to the secure and scalable infrastructure of the Safe Swiss Cloud.
In his presentation at Digital Economic Forum 2017 at Zurich, Switzerland, Daniel Müri, CEO of SafeSwissCloud gave practical examples of how companies are getting on their way to the cloud – and how they can benefit from the full potential of the technology.
A report shows best practice examples for enterprise applications by banks and financial service providers in the Cloud. Safe Swiss Cloud is one of these.
A VOD (Video On Demand) page is setup on a SafeSwissCloud virtual server and the components required are discussed in the article.
High quality videos would not be possible on contemporary devices if not for codecs. High quality videos on the Internet are possible due to streaming architectures. We take a closer look at both these technologies.
That Great Britain will leave the European Union is certain – what is less certain, however, is how Brexit will proceed and what it will mean for British companies that conduct a large part of their business in the rest of Europe. Especially for the financial industry, which is increasingly voicing its departure from London. This step also has consequences for the Cloud strategies of the banks.
While Big-Data can be compared to huge Barrels containing Water, real-time Big Data comes along as a waterfall. But not a drop may be lost. Lost real-time data is lost forever.
Without high-availability data from The Cloud, driverless cars will have to remain in the garage. And only if 100% security is guaranteed in this case, this technology can revolutionize traffic.
The IoT market is growing rapidly in the area of healthcare and the Cloud is the basis for what makes all this growth possible – provided data security is ensured.
Switzerland has been rankend as one of the safest places in the world to host a data center. These are the findings of the currently pubished Data Center Risk Index.
What considerations play an important role for MEDUDEM AG (www.careintegrator.com) who provide a web-based collaboration solution for healthcare players using the infrastructure of Safe Swiss Cloud?
The term Internet of Things (IoT) describes the tendency of computers increasingly disappearing as devices and being replaced by „intelligent things“ which exchange data through the Internet and support human users imperceptibly in their activities.There are many applications, from intelligent devices in manufacturing to everyday use in homes – for example, the automatic control of energy consumption and household equipment.
Since the end of Safe Harbour European companies no longer have any kind of legal secuirty when they use US-based cloud services. The planned Privacy Shield Agreement between Europe and the US will not bring any change to that.
The cloud offers an affordable and fast alternative to conventional Disaster Recovery approaches – without investing into new servers or further data center locations. As a result, there is now a solid strategy for small and medium-sized businesses to protect their business-critical data and infrastructure. Previously this kind of data protection was only affordable for large enterprises.
Safe Swiss Cloud has partnered up with Gridmine to create a solution that makes Big Data accessible to everybody. We will get you up and running with a scalable big data infrastructure within two days. Traditionally, setting up a Big Data solution and infrastructure has taken highly qualified tech teams months to set-up.
The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) has recently published a report on cloud security. For the study titled “The Cloud Balancing Act for IT: Between Promise and Peril” 200 IT and security decision makers had been interrogated.
Their clear conclusion: Companies that decide to adopt Enterprice cloud computing do absolutele not take higher security risks. Precondition is a clearly defined cloud policy.
At the “Inside Channels Forum” on Thursday, January 28th at Sihl City, Zurich, Swiss channel players analyze and discuss business strategies in times of cloud computing.
Here is a brief summary of the upcoming Inside Channels Forum 2016 tomorrow:
Two Factor Authentication functionality is optional and available for any user at the “Two-factor authentication settings” page : via sub-Menu: Manage accounts>Two-factor authentication or via link https://www.safeswisscloud.ch/en/user/me/tfa A user may activate or deactivate the TFA. When navigating to “Two-factor authentication settings” page (via menu or via link), the user sees: In order to activate the TFA, the… Read more »
It is official – Safe Swiss Cloud is proud winner of this year’s Bully Awards 2015 in Barcelona. After being announced winner of the FinTech Excellence Award in August, this is already the second award for Safe Swiss Cloud in 2015.
Safe Swiss Cloud has teamed up with upc cablecom, Interxion and Solace to roll out a comprehensive cloud initiative for FinTech companies and financial institutions, fulfilling all regulatory outsourcing requirements.
FinTech companies and financial institutions can now enjoy quick and easy access to cloud services that comply with FINMA circular 2008/07. Moreover, they can start using these services immediately, without having to worry about complying with regulatory provisions themselves.
On Tuesday, October 6th, Europe’s highest court has declared the Safe-Harbor-Agreement between the United States of America and the European Union invalid. Up to this point the agreement determined that personally identifiable information (PII) of EU citizens are allowed to be transfered to and saved in the United States.
Each year an expert jury issues the Bully Awards to European organizations that stand out through innovation, leadership and exceptional growth. This year 60 finalists were chosen out of more than 400 candidates. The 30 winners will be presented on October 7th at the Pathways Summit in Barcelona.
In 2015 Safe Swiss Cloud managed to get into the final round. We are thankful to find appreciation for our work – and are waiting for Barcelona!
Safe Swiss Cloud attempts various events this fall to personally network with prospects, customers and partners. Save the dates!
SIX Swiss Exchange Open Day Zurich
September 22nd, all-day, Park Hyatt Zurich
This event addresses exchange participants, banks, financial institutions and providers of the FinTech sector. Safe Swiss Cloud will be having a booth on its own.
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