As you may know CloudShare’s new product, TeamLabs, opens up a world of opportunity in the Application Lifecycle Management, and Application Release Automation worlds. While I’ve spent a long time working in application development, the details of these processes have been foreign to me. Enter crash course on DevOps. I have been spending a lot of time learning this world, and what I found out is… Microsoft Lab Management, no work!
Here at Cloudshare, we get lots of questions about moving files, content and applications into your ProPlus VMs. And in response, we explain that the Cloudshare application has two facilities for accomplishing this: File Sharing and Cloud Folders. Read the rest of this entry »
Last week, I presented at the AIIM 2012 conference on the topic of “the cloud.” When it comes to the cloud, there is one issue that raises the most concern; the issue of security. My response to the common question, “Is the cloud secure?” is that security can no longer be used as an excuse to avoid the Cloud. I’d like to tell you why.
At a time when a quick search can lead you to the social media channels that will tell you a person’s place of residence, relationship status, favorite restaurant, where they are in real time, who their best friends are, where they work, and more (see image below for further explanation) – is any of our information secure?
In an article I wrote some months ago (you can check it out here), I talked about your options when sharing files between your local PC and a virtual machine in a CloudShare environment. But, what about sharing files between different virtual machines in your environment? Is that even possible? Of course it is!
In this article I will provide step by step instructions on how you can share files between virtual machines in your environment.
Virtual Computers in the cloud, huh? VMs that you can set up with a couple mouse clicks, you say? That’s cute. They’re probably just toys, right? Not the kind of computer I need to do real work anyway, I betcha.