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Moore’s law gives way to Bezos’s law

4 minutes agoTechnology : GigaOM

The future of cloud computing is the availability of more computing power at a much lower cost.

5 big speakers and 5 big ideas for building next-generation infrastructure

yesterdayTechnology : GigaOM

When it comes to cloud infrastructure, the underlying hardware and applications are only becoming more numerous and far flung. How then will concepts important to enterprise computing hold together?

OpenStack Icehouse: The cloud just got that much cooler

OpenStack has officially released the latest distribution of its cloud computing framework, dubbed as Icehouse, focusing mainly on consolidation and stability. However, it’s added a few cool new features into the mix, including a new database service, support for Hadoop … Continue reading ?

Ahead of Supreme Court Hearing, Aereo Makes Its Case

Leading up to oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court, the scrappy company that brought broadcast channels to computers through the cloud, explains itself. As the days tick down before Aereo presents its case to the U.S. Supreme Court, Aereo is going on the PR offensive. Show More Summary

Eyefi launches its own "unlimited" Cloud storage service

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

In 2007, Mountain View's Eyefi (formerly Eye-Fi) was the first to release an SD memory card that gave compatible digital cameras the ability to transfer images wirelessly to computers over Wi-Fi. A few years later, the company included an "endless memory" feature that checked for successful upload and deleted the image on the card to free up space. Show More Summary

The Explosive Growth of Cloud Computing [INFOGRAPHIC]

The 1st section of the infographic is about the growth of cloud computing, from its initial inception in 2008, to the widespread adoption we see today. There is a graph that shows that in 2008 the cloud computing industry was estimated to be worth $46 billion and in 2014 it is estimated to be worth more than $150 billion. read more

When Cloud Computing Giants Go to War, You Win

With Microsoft, Google, and Amazon slashing service fees, it may no longer be worthwhile to build your own computing systems. As prices for cloud services drop, you may want to rethink your efforts to build your own computing and data storage systems. Show More Summary

BitTorrent Sync for NAS boxes lets you roll your own private, secure Dropbox

BitTorrent Sync offers unlimited synced storage space by avoiding the cloud. Now with NAS support, it no longer requires your computer to be on all the time.

Red Hat Announces Several Enterprise OpenStack Deployments

Today, in conjunction with Red Hat Summit, Red Hat officials are providing updates on the company's continuing effort to focus its strategy on the OpenStack cloud computing platform. Since their introduction in June 2013, Red Hat’s enterprise...Show More Summary

Flaw in 'secure' cloud storage could put privacy at risk

Computer scientists have found a flaw in the way that secure cloud storage companies protect their customers’ data. The scientists say this weakness jeopardizes the privacy protection these digital warehouses claim to offer. Whenever...Show More Summary

Personal Cloud Storage For Your Household

Where do you save your documents, files and photos that you might want to share or need access to when you are not at your computer? Portable data storage has changed significantly over the years.… continue reading... The post Personal Cloud Storage For Your Household appeared first on simplify 101.

Google Cloud Platform Expands To Asia Pacific With 2 New Compute Engine Zones

The Asia-Pacific market is quickly becoming a battleground for cloud computing vendors. Amazon has always been very active in the region. Microsoft is investing heavily there and made Azure generally available in China last month, for example. Today, Google is joining the fray by launching its first two Compute Engine zones in the Asia-Pacific region. Read More

Aereo to Face Uphill Battle in Supreme Court, Experts Say (Analysis)

With broadcasters on one side and the cloud computing business on the other, the stakes are high – and the case could go either way. read more

As companies launch Heartbleed fixes, customers with older devices may be left out in the cold

Google has warned that a version of its Android operating system is susceptible to attacks from the Heartbleed bug revealed earlier this month. The company has also said that people using its Cloud Compute Engine should manually update their OpenSSL implementations. The company says in its blog post that it is working with its hardware partners to push fixes...

Dell and Red Hat's OpenStack Partnership Deepens

Dell has unveiled a series of upgrades and announcements focused on the datacenter this week, and is deepening its cloud computing ties with Red Hat, as the firms focus on OpenStack. Dell and Red Hat recently announced that Dell will effectively become an OEM for Red Hat's Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform by selling systems that run the platform. Show More Summary

"Soon, cloud capacity will be available in a spot market http://t.co/pvIL4V1tYE This is the currency..."

4 days agoTechnology : Message

“ Soon, cloud capacity will be available in a spot market http://t.co/pvIL4V1tYE This is the currency of the future: computing cycles — Stowe Boyd (@stoweboyd) April 15, 2014 ”

Data Universe Will Expand To 44 Trillion GBs By 2020: Report

EMC, the global Cloud Computing behemoth and IDC (International Data Corporation), leader in market research and analytics have accomplished a very exciting study understanding the Internet of Things, and have come up with some mind boggling statistics. Picture this: By 2020, the Digital Universe will expand to 44 Trillion GB of data. Right now, we...

Google Cloud Platform lands in Asia with the addition of local language tools

Google is bringing its Cloud Platform support to the Asia-Pacific region, which means that local developers can now access a set of compute, storage and big data products to build on top of the same infrastructure and technology that powers Google — with better performance and lower latency. Show More Summary

How To Choose The Right Cloud Services For Yourself

Cloud computing is a good way for companies to manage their data storage and other IT needs, as it offers... The post How To Choose The Right Cloud Services For Yourself appeared first on Lifehack.

How The Cloud Is Now Being Using To Predict Terror Attacks

One large insurance risk company is betting that the computing power of a private cloud can better help estimate losses from terror attacks and extreme weather. When terrorist attacks, natural disasters, or extreme weather events occur, first responders quickly arrive to the scene. Show More Summary

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