Iowa Campus Swaps Telephone For Cloud VOIP

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Iowa Campus Swaps Telephone For Cloud VOIP Traditionally, campuses would vaunt thousands of cell phone sets with equivalent switchboards and Iowa University has not been an exception to the rule, with its eight thousand handsets. Now, courtesy of cloud infrastructure that is creeping into its communication system, the institution of higher learning has a one-month

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The Onset Of The Mainstream Cloud School Already In The Offing

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The Onset Of The Mainstream Cloud School Already In The Offing During the TedGlobal meeting that took place in Scotland in mid-June, it came out that the cloud system of education may be here to stay. This is after a professor who founded the initial unilateral cloud educational institutions in the world outlined his plans

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It Is All New Ideas In Canada’s Cloud And Tech Meetings

It Is All New Ideas In Canada’s Cloud And Tech Meetings On June 19 to 21, Canadians and other worldly geeks have a chance to attend a conference on ideas that goes under the theme Ideacity. There will be more than meets the eye in this conference, as it will attract a plethora of idea

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Report Traces Cloud Computing Security Errors To Errant Humans

Report Traces Cloud Computing Security Errors in India, other Countries to Errant Humans While India has attracted a number of big giants in the Information Technology and cloud computing niches, it still ranks as one of the top guns that suffer security compromises. A report that came out early June, with a focus on the

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Australia Follows US, UK Lead In Embracing The Cloud Nationally

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Australia Follows US, UK Lead in Embracing the Cloud Nationally The Land Down Under has finally prioritized the use of cloud computing for public bureaucracy, albeit a notch lower than the dedicated approach by two economic powers, on either side of the Atlantic. The Aussie approach of the cloud niche is one of gradual adoption,

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Tech Experts Advise Canada To Stop Playing Second Fiddle To The Spying Issue On Its Cloud

Tech Experts Advise Canada to Stop Playing Second Fiddle to the Spying Issue on Its Cloud Since early last decade, 2001 to be exact, following the terrorist attacks on US soil, the Canadian cloud scene has seen the laws that followed the disaster play out against it. According to a recent cloud conference in Ottawa

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Towards A Cloud Common Market: UK Administration Has G-Cloud In Tow

Towards a Cloud Common market: UK Administration has G-Cloud in Tow While many states seek to establish a framework, guiding mechanisms, and caveats that should govern their Information Technology, if not cloud computing, markets, some countries go ahead to endorse the cloud as a market of choice. The United Kingdom has joined a select few

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Startup Brings Wine To The Cloud Cellar

Startup Brings wine to the Cloud Cellar They say that wine gets better with age. This is only true, however, when it is under slow fermentation in a cellar, and at that, a cloud-based dungeon, if the following news-making transition by a US company is anything to go by. The startup has already transferred all

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