Posts by John P. Mello Jr.:


Issues to Address When Evaluating Data Encryption in the Cloud

by   |   February 26, 2014   |   2 Comments

The cloud can still be an unsettling place for many organizations reluctant to release the reins to their information, but encryption has helped calm some of those fears. “Encryption makes sure that the minute they turn loose the data, they Read More…


How Analytics Can Manage Risks from Advanced Network Security Threats

by   |   November 1, 2013   |   Leave a comment

Advanced persistent threats (APTs) have become a nightmare for organizations ranging from media titans like The New York Times and Washington Post to energy companies. Because the malware is built for stealth, conventional security tools have a devil of a Read More…


Facts About the National Security Agency’s Data Collection Program

by   |   June 14, 2013   |   Leave a comment

Since media reports revealed that National Security Agency is collecting millions of Americans’ telephone records as well as data from the servers of major technology firms, there have been discussions in the public square about the relationship between the government’s Read More…


In-Memory HANA Database at Center of SAP Analytics Push

by   |   May 10, 2012   |   Leave a comment

SAP’s new HANA in-memory database, which promises fast analytics insights, represents an important change for the company known for its enterprise resource planning systems. Read More…