Electronic storage has been moving away from discs for quite some time. Music is kept on our phones rather than in giant CD books that get left in the car, important documents are kept on the cloud, and flash drives and cards are becoming ever cheaper and much larger in size. Show More Summary
Following Microsoft's recent relaunch of SkyDrive as OneDrive, there is a little more parity and competition at the top of the cloud storage market. How do the options stack up against each other though? This article provides a comparison...Show More Summary
Hundreds of photos and videos. Thousands of songs. Documents that you have been saving for so long just because you can. All of them gone forever, because you failed to backup your computer. Reality check, computer hard drives aren’t immortal … Continue reading ?
For anyone who wants to carry any data from A to B, there are a lot of solutions out there. Cloud services, while heavily dependant on internet, eliminate the need of physically carrying anything with the data in it. External hard drives offer massive amounts of storage in sizes that can often fit snugly in a pocket. Show More Summary
WinZip's long been the go-to.zip file manager for many PC users, but no longer is it just a tool for freeing up some hard drive space. The desktop client embraced cloud storage around the same time it tiptoed into mobile, and now it has a new...
Precision driving takes many forms. Sometimes it involves clipping an apex at 140 mph, sometimes it means dancing a car sideways inches from another while blowing giant clouds of smoke from the rear wheel arches, and sometimes it means putting a very wide, very expensive car in a not-much-wider trailer at 1 mph. Guess which one this Lamborghini...
SAP estimates to double its addressable market from $110 billion in 2010 to $230 billion by 2015, and increase to $350 billion by 2020, with growth in cloud, mobile and database technology businesses. This huge increase in its addressable market should present strong revenue generation opportunities for SAP.
Data storage has come a long way. From the days of 1.44 MB 2.5-inch floppy drives to the hundreds of gigabytes you can now carry around on a flash drive, to cloud storage that you can access anywhere. But is cloud storage the end the road? Can storage evolve beyond the cloud? What do you reckon? via WebPageFX Read the full article: The Evolution of Data Storage
By Trefis: Quick Take SAP AG recently reported fiscal 2013 results that were in line with its guidance from a year ago. Cloud revenues posted 32% organic growth, while revenues for the HANA platform marginally fell short of its guidance due to extreme currency volatility during H2FY13. Show More Summary
The Octonius iOS file browser app that lets you manage Dropbox, Google Drive and Evernote files now includes integration with Box’s cloud storage service. As well as adding Box file... Keep reading ?
Over the past three years, Big Data has evolved from hype to reality in the enterprise, presenting a new paradigm for decision-making with the potential to drive competitive advantage as well as operational efficiencies. Alteryx COO George Mathew believes that … Continue reading ?
Thinking of having your own personal cloud, WD My Cloud may be what you have been waiting for. Marketed as “Save Everything, Access Anywhere”, the My Cloud is available in 2, 3 and 4 TB size. As a single drive setup, the My Cloud targets mostly home users and it is priced accordingly. Show More Summary
Kim Dotcom’s Mega app for iOS now lets you auto-upload your photographs from your iDevice, just like Dropbox, Jottacloud and Google Drive. Only unlike those other cloud services, Mega comes with 50GB free storage, and jumps to 500GB when you … Read more ›
Bentley still appeals to those with an appreciation for strong, Old World traditionalism. Cars wearing the storied Flying B have been discussed in wood-paneled drawing rooms by men wearing earthy tweeds and corduroy through clouds of fragrant cigar and pipe smoke, for decades. Show More Summary
Sony might have claimed tennis, but Seiko Epson is going for golf. After (surprisingly) announcing its foray into wearables at CES last month, the company has announced its next step into broadening its remit beyond printers and projectors. The...
Last week as I was driving through Delhi, dense clouds obscured the roads, making me feel almost like I was home in foggy San Francisco. Traffic nearly came to a standstill as visibility fell so low that my colleague and I could barely see the vehicles just a few car lengths ahead. read more
Nowadays, people use a bevy cloud storage services for work — Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, Egnyte, and Hightail just barely scratch the surface. Now, where the hell did you put that file? That’s the problem New York City-based Docurated has …
Enterprise users who want to use common file-sharing services like Dropbox and Google Drive have a big problem: their IT guys will always be worried that one hacker will be able to bring down their internal network. A new service called...Show More Summary
iOS: You probably don't store all your files in one cloud service. For example, you may have links and notes in Evernote, documents in Google Drive, and images in Dropbox. Octonious not only browses and searches through all of these services, but also lets users create "collections" to share with others. Read more...
This has been dubbed the year of the cloud, and that represents a complete reengineering of the data center. SiliconANGLE founder and Editor in Chief John Furrier is leaving it to the alpha geeks to drive the innovation required to … Continue reading ?