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Tech Companies Lash Out At Supreme Court's Warrant Rule Change

The rules change could make consumers around the world feel less comfortable storing sensitive data on cloud services. Today, law enforcement can't get a warrant to hack into a computer if it doesn't know the computer's physical location. That will change on December 1, as a result of yesterday's decision by the Supreme Court. Read Full Story

Cloud Is an ‘Instrument of Destruction,’ Says Needham

Cloud computing is an “instrument of destruction,” writes analyst Richard Kugele of Needham & Co. today, reflecting on Amazon.com’s (AMZN) 64% growth in AWS revenue, reported yesterday with Amazon’s Q1 report. "AWS posted another exceptional...Show More Summary

Google CEO: “We will move from mobile first to an AI first world”

Search has been Google's bread an butter since the company's founding, but CEO Sundar Pichai wants to change that. Google will be betting its future on AI and enterprise-level cloud computing.

The API Economy: A Big Ball of CRUD

Click this link to learn more about the author Dave Duggal. Quote: “The use of APIs has exploded with the growth of distributed computing, driven by the popularity of the Web, Cloud and now, the Internet of Things (IoT)” Back in 1999...Show More Summary

Introducing one of the biggest small-business assets since cloud computing

There are some things you just don't want to worry about — like where your Internet comes from, how your paychecks get routed, or if there's real beef in the hamburger you're eating It's easier for someone else to do the worrying, so you can save your brainpower for more pressing matters But these are ‘normal people’ concerns. Show More Summary

Amazon Shares Rocket Up As Cloud Computing Powers Growth

The Seattle-based retailer's shares were up more than 12% in after-hours trading.

Amazon's revenue and profit soar

The results reflected booming sales in its e-commerce operation and continued growth of its lucrative cloud computing division.

Award Winning Technology Gives Homes Free Energy By Tapping The Cloud

Last summer I wrote about a fascinating new start-up called Nerdalize. The company was hoping to tap into the huge amount of waste heat generated by cloud computing to provide cheap and eco friendly heating for our homes and offices. The concept is a remarkably simple one. Show More Summary

Tom Hiddleston and Thomas Middleditch cuddled some sweet baby animals, almost died.

4 days agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

On Tuesday, actor Tom Hiddleston and Silicon Valley's Thomas Middleditch were guests on The Late Late Show with James Corden where they got to hang out with a couple of two-month-old clouded leopard cubs. Try not to lick your computer...Show More Summary

Microsoft to step-up its cloud computing expansion plans in China

Speaking to China Daily, Ralph Haupter, CEO of Microsoft in China said that Microsoft will step up efforts to expand its cloud computing business in China as more Chinese companies are embracing cloud services. Despite the economic slowdown,...Show More Summary

Snowflake and MicroStrategy Partner to Deliver Data Analytics in the Cloud

by Angela Guess A recent article out of the companies reports, “Snowflake Computing, the cloud data warehousing company, and MicroStrategy Incorporated, a leading worldwide provider of enterprise software platforms, today announced an alliance to bring the flexibility and scalability of the cloud to modern data analytics. Show More Summary

AWS Lambda Serverless Compute Offering Set To Be Released In Australia

Amazon Web Services (AWS) launched its Lambda service in the Asia-Pacific a while back but its was only available through the company’s datacentres in Japan. Today, the cloud platform provider announced it will be launching Lambda in Australia very soon. Here’s what we know so far. More »      

Dropbox will allow users to access cloud-only folders from Finder and Explorer

The days of flipping back and forth between Dropbox and Windows Explorer or Mac's Finder may soon be over. Managing your local computer storage and cloud storage is going to get quite a bit easier with a new update coming to Dropbox. SEE...Show More Summary

More Effort Needed to Pave Way for Cloud Computing Benefits

Much has been written about the benefits of cloud computing. It's providing consumers, businesses, and governments quick, efficient and affordable access to technology that was previously available only to large organizations. And that...Show More Summary

CoreOS’s Stackanetes lets you use Kubernetes to run OpenStack in containers

CoreOS today announced Stackanetes at the OpenStack Summit in Austin. Stackanetes (and yes, that name probably isn’t ideal) brings together OpenStack, the open source cloud computing platform that allows enterprises to run their ownShow More Summary

This simple diagram explains why we call it 'cloud computing'

Cloud computing doesn't really come from the sky. Much of it is actually delivered via underground and undersea cables. It's called 'cloud computing' because when engineers diagram their corporate networks, the symbol that represents...Show More Summary

Workday: Time to Take Profits After 57% Rise, Says Pac Crest

Shares of cloud computing software operator Workday (WDAY) are down $1.03, or 1.3%, at $75.92, after Pacific Crest’s Brendan Barnicle this morning cut his rating on the shares to Sector Weight from Overweight, and stripped away a $76 price target, urging investors to take profits. After rising 57% from a low on February 9th, writes […]

Okta Co-Founder: 'We're Really in the First Inning' of Cloud Computing

Frederic Kerrest, co-founder of the identity technology startup Okta, explains why we will soon see an explosion of cloud technology applications.

IoT revenues up 15%; cloud computing a big driver

A new report shows healthy revenues for 21 benchmarked Internet of Things (IoT) companies in the last quarter of 2015, with revenue growing by almost 15% to levels approaching $7 billion. Cloud computing and IT infrastructure are especially potent drivers of IoT revenues, as vendors help companies cope with ever increasing rivers of data. Show More Summary

Trust in the cloud could be pinned to online scoring system

An easy-to-use online tool to help build people's trust in the cloud has been developed by computer scientists. Cloud computing is widely recognized as a highly useful technology, with multiple benefits such as huge data storage capabilities, computational power, lower costs for companies and individuals, simplicity of use, and flexibility of application.

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