Cloud Infographic: Top Mobile Malware Trends

Cloud Infographic: Top Mobile Malware Trends

Cloud Infographic: Top Mobile Malware Trends “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” – Arthur C. Clarke In the modern high technology world, we observe mobile malware spreading with such rapid advances. The inforgraphic provided below by NQ.com will help you get the general overview of infection strains and rates with regard to mobile threats. 85.970 new mobile threats were discovered from January to June 2014. This is 68% more as compared with January-June 2013.…

Me, Big Data and I: Mapping Personalities With Big Data

Me, Big Data and I: Mapping Personalities With Big Data

Me, Big Data and I: Mapping Personalities With Big Data Ever since OkCupid’s notorious experiments, people must have been thinking: what if computers were able to read your personality accurately? Sure, OkCupid’s matchmaking (which works, by the way) is somewhat ‘out there’, but it operates on a comparative basis, so per se OkCupid doesn’t need full profiling to be successful. Just matching data works fine. But has anyone gone so far as to create an…

Should The Cloud Be To Blame Or The App Invasion? – Part 2: The Reality

Should The Cloud Be To Blame Or The App Invasion? – Part 2: The Reality

Should The Cloud Be To Blame Or The App Invasion? – Part 2: The Reality In part one of our mini two part series, published yesterday, we looked at some of the fallout from the recent celebrity photograph scandal. We looked at Apple’s response, deducing that they correctly believed that users were more responsible than the tech giant, while also learning that  a recent report by the University of New Haven’s Cyber Forensics Research and…

The Last Data Center On Earth? The Case for ‘As-a-Service’ Everywhere

The Last Data Center On Earth? The Case for ‘As-a-Service’ Everywhere

Pundits say we’re headed toward a nearly data center-free future in which all computing infrastructure is consolidated in a few über-locations around the globe. But the question is who will control those specific locations around the globe. What if a group of die-hard cyber terrorists gain control of them? Will that be the end of the information age as we know it? Read the source article at WIRED

The Last Data Center On Earth? The Case for ‘As-a-Service’ Everywhere

The Last Data Center On Earth? The Case for ‘As-a-Service’ Everywhere

Pundits say we’re headed toward a nearly data center-free future in which all computing infrastructure is consolidated in a few über-locations around the globe. But the question is who will control those specific locations around the globe. What if a group of die-hard cyber terrorists gain control of them? Will that be the end of the information age as we know it? Read the source article at WIRED

Cloud Infographic – What Is The Internet of Things?

Cloud Infographic – What Is The Internet of Things?

What Is The Internet of Things? “We’re still in the first minutes of the first day of the Internet revolution.”  – Scott Cook The Internet of Things (IOT) and Smart Systems are based on the notions of Sensors, Connectivity, People and Processes. We are creating a new world to view and measure anything around us through “sensory lenses”. We digitize the results and make them available via networks. Finally, we put all the networked information into…