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European Parliament Votes For Net Neutrality

European Parliament Votes For Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality The European Parliament today successfully voted against a new set of rules aiming to safeguard net neutrality in Europe amidst increasing criticism from technology companies and consumer advocate groups. Proponents of net neutrality claim that the legislation will result in stifling innovation by limiting competition and will not exempt web service providers from…

IBM Insight 2015: Large Focus On Big Data

IBM Insight 2015: Large Focus On Big Data

IBM Insight 2015 Event IBM Insight 2015, taking place in Las Vegas between the 25th and 29th of October, focuses on big data, analytics, and the inevitable insights. Stating it would be focusing on a world changing matter, it’s apparent Big Data analytics is IBM’s target, with Watson, IBM’s cognitive technology, turning into a powerful…

Apple TV On Its Way Later This Month

Apple TV On Its Way Later This Month

The new Apple TV is available in capacities of 32 and 64 gigabytes. New orders are scheduled to be delivered between Oct. 30 and Nov. 3 at the fastest, if customers are willing to pay for expedited delivery. Free orders deliver Nov 2 through Nov 4. The first Oct. 30 deliveries will allow Apple to…

Working With Hybrid And Multiclouds: Use Cases For Multicloud Computing

Working With Hybrid And Multiclouds: Use Cases For Multicloud Computing

Working with Hybrid and Multiclouds A multicloud strategy can deliver real gains in IT flexibility, cost savings, and can increase an organization’s responsiveness to changes in the market or internal developments in the business itself. But the migration of apps and services to a multicloud system isn’t without its challenges. Most IT managers I talk…

Cloud Pinup: StoryCloud – Permission Based Publishing

Cloud Pinup: StoryCloud – Permission Based Publishing

Cloud Pinup: StoryCloud With its headquarters located in Mountain View California, the StoryCloud purpose is bold, permission based publishing. It seeks to give control to publishers and artists, as well as bringing users to their content in a social media type friendly environment. Now the words “content” and “sharing” have long been the Achilles heel…