Mike Danseglio has worked in the IT field for more than 20 years. He is an award-winning author, public speaker, and instructor on a variety of technology topics including security, virtualization, cloud computing, wireless and wired networking, and IT lifecycle processes. His operations experience includes managing the Xbox LIVE operations team, the largest cloud computing operations team in the world, and consulting on operations efficiency with countless clients around the world. Mike has published several books (including two for O’Reilly) and numerous papers. He is a frequent conference speaker and classroom instructor on IT operations, computer security, and technology frameworks. Mike holds a number of certifications and accreditations including Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) practitioner and instructor.
Mike Danseglio's Recent Posts
Recent August, 2012 Stories
Do meetings, SMS texting, conference calls, and social media have you in a bind? Mike Danseglio shows you why it's smart to use the cloud to unify and your communications.
Considering moving files and content to the cloud? Mike Danseglio gives you some tips on how to make the most of your cloud computing solution.
High availability is one of the most important benefits your company can get from cloud computing. In this post, IT veteran Mike Danseglio explores the Availability Technologies recommendations, recently published in the NIST's Special Publication 800-144 Guidelines on Security and Privacy in Public Cloud Computing.
The US government has many concerns about using public cloud computing service providers. In this article, IT veteran and award-winning author Mike Danseglio critically examines the Availability Technologies recommendations, and shows how to define the value of service availability to your business.
In this post, IT veteran Mike Danseglio examines the US government's concerns about using public cloud computing, by mapping the theory and recommendations expressed in the Special Publication 800-144 Guidelines on Security and Privacy in Public Cloud Computing with a practical IT approach.
You might be wondering if it's safe to keep sensitive files and information on your mobile device. IT veteran Mike Danseglio discusses how to decide what data to save on your device using the Mobile Cloud, as well as three questions you should ask yourself before safely saving your data.
Any technology presents unique security issues but cloud computing stands on its own as it ties many different technologies together. In today's post, Mike Danseglio touches on the main points of the 80 page document, "Guidelines on Security and Privacy in Public Cloud Computing", published in December by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).