Category Archives: Cloud Computing

Symantec Acquisition of Boeing’s Cybersecurity Unit

Symantec Acquisition of Boeing’s Cybersecurity Unit

Symantec Acquisition Recently, Symantec Corp. announced the takeover of Narus, Boeing’s cyber security unit. The aeronautical company will retain Narus’ intellectual property and licenses, which will be transferred to Symantec. The terms of the deal announced on January 12 were not fully disclosed. However, our sources have a price estimate of $24.59 per stock for…

Who Wears The Wearables?

Who Wears The Wearables?

The Wearables A rather curiously titled piece, “Fitness Trackers Only Help Rich People Get Thinner”, was published this Monday on the The Atlantic website. The benefits of fitness trackers, the author argues, are bound to be reaped by a select demographic–people younger than 35 (representing about half of the users) and earning more than $100,000…

Cloud Computing Price War, Only The Beginning

Cloud Computing Price War, Only The Beginning

Price War On Cloud Computing The Cloud computing providers’ price war is on. In recent years, providers have been slashing prices in order to generate more clients. A phenomenon called “Race to Zero”, Services like Amazon Web Services (AWS) has cut its prices 44 times in the last six years, while providers like Microsoft and…

Skin Based Technology – The Intelligent Tattoo

Skin Based Technology – The Intelligent Tattoo

The Intelligent Tattoo I’ve got you under my skin: the rise of the intelligent tattoo As the Internet of Everything expands its reach to embrace many new areas of life, the race continues to develop more robust and accessible tools. Wearables are being whittled down from clunky watches to smart clothes and wrist bands, but…

Can Google Detect Cancer?

Can Google Detect Cancer?

Can Google Detect Cancer? Google X – the tech giant’s semi-secret facility that is dedicated to making major technological advancements – is well-known for its ‘moonshots’; ideas which seem outlandish but which have often produced some of the most exciting, forward-thinking, and widely used technology that’s available today. Success stories include Google Translate, self-driving cars,…

Resolved: Username/Passwords Alone MUST Go

Resolved: Username/Passwords Alone MUST Go

Username/Passwords MUST Go New Year’s Resolution #1 for any cloud IT deployment manager in 2015 ought to be that the user name/password alone must go.  High-profile breaches that exploit username and password-only authorization systems are becoming all-too-frequent events.   The Syrian Electronic Army’s attack on the Associated Press’s Twitter account that caused a 136 Billion dip…

How Much Data Do You Need To Hide?

How Much Data Do You Need To Hide?

How Much Data Do You Need To Hide? “If you’ve not got anything to hide, you’ve not got anything to worry about”, or so the old saying goes… But how true is that phrase in the modern age? Do you have anything to hide, no matter how small? Are you happy for ISPs, governments and…

Developers, the Cloud and Security Concerns

Developers, the Cloud and Security Concerns

Thought Provoking Survey So I got to thinking about security and how this relates to developers in particular. This was prompted by a recent read of the findings reported in a survey, “2014: The Year of Encryption” conducted by Egress Software Technologies, of delegates at Europe’s largest information security event Infosecurity Europe 2014. And you…

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