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.
The Kubernetes cloud is the perfect infrastructure for microservices architecture. It provides an out-of-the-box solution to get you up and running quickly on a managed public or on a dedicated private Kubernetes/OpenShift cluster.
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.
The Covid 19 pandemic is accelerating the digitalisation of the economy and society on an unprecedented scale. Cloud services are proving to be a fast and efficient solution in this phase. What does this mean for companies?
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.
Companies that use IT services from the cloud will find answers to the most important questions about the CLOUD Act here.
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.
More and more companies are using OpenShift to develop and deploy their cloud applications. It leverages the advantages of docker containers, manages scaling, and increases efficiency. Now available in the Safe Swiss Cloud.
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.
KPMG surveyed 832 technology industry business leaders from around the world for it’s “2015 Global Technology Innovation Survey” to name the technologies with the most disruptive potential. The key findings: