Today, almost every enterprise conducts business online. As the applications that run online businesses spread out over technologies and platforms, the security risks also increase. No company is immune to attack. In 2012 alone, there were more than 800 reported hacking incidents, and 70% of those were perpetrated through web application.......
“Responsive web design” sounds complex, but it’s very simple in nature. What it means is that yourwebsite is designed in such a way that it displays properly on all major types of devices, and is fairly easy to use on each. Instead of multiple web designs, many SEO campaigns, and time and money gone to waste, you have one simple website design to monitor. Most of the complexities must be left to your web designer and web developer.
One of the daunting things about getting your company or organization, or even just your own web site online is just the sheer size of the task. Gathering content. What will the site look like? How is the site organized? What about Responsive Design? Search Engine Optimization? E-Commerce? Unless you’re doing this all the time professionally, it can all seem like a mountain to climb.
Traditionally organizations have looked to the public cloud for cost savings, or to augment private data center capacity. However, organizations are now primarily looking to the public cloud for security, realizing that providers can invest more in people and processes to deliver secure infrastructure. As a cloud pioneer, Google fully understands the security implications of the cloud model.