Category Archives: Security

Cloud Services Growth – Public vs Private

Cloud Services Growth – Public vs Private

Public vs Private Cloud The idea of a ‘private cloud’ has been with us for nearly 10 years now, yet surprisingly, a new analysis indicates that the growth of this once extremely-hyped sector has slowed dramatically while the adoption of the public cloud has continued to grow steadily. An analysis by the tech community resource…

Google Cloud Functions – Development Tool

Google Cloud Functions – Development Tool

Google Cloud Functions  Similar to the popular Amazon Web Services (AWS) tool Lambda, the Google Cloud Platform has released its own service allowing developers to set up functions which are triggered in response to specific events – Google Cloud Functions. Despite the considerable potential of this tool, Google has been relatively quiet about the launch,…

4 Cloud Technology Trends To Look Out For

4 Cloud Technology Trends To Look Out For

Cloud Technology Trends When you are reading articles on the future of tech on the Internet you cannot escape mention of the cloud: it is set to be the best thing that has ever happened to us, pundits assure us, and there is a promise of some serious money to be made. Reading these articles you can tell there is…

Cloud Providers Should Welcome End Users’ Scrutiny on Security Practices

Cloud Providers Should Welcome End Users’ Scrutiny on Security Practices

Cloud Providers Scrutiny On Security Practices Few cloud users receive an open invitation from their cloud service provider to come audit them. But with new data privacy laws cropping up around the globe that place the end-user of cloud services directly on the hook for any abuse or mishandling of sensitive data, cloud providers need…

The Effects Of Cloud On Data Center Design & Consolidation

The Effects Of Cloud On Data Center Design & Consolidation

Data Center Design & Consolidation In the CloudTweaks article “5 Ways the Cloud is Redefining Modern-Day Data Centers”, I discussed how cloud computing is driving a major shift in IT business operations and provisioning, as well as within the data center – where it lives. This piece will focus on how the cloud is driving…

MIT’s Eyeriss Chip – Deep Learning Possibilities For Mobile

MIT’s Eyeriss Chip – Deep Learning Possibilities For Mobile

Deep Learning Possibilities For Mobile MIT recently presented their new 168-core chip Eyeriss that has deep learning capabilities for mobile. The excitement at the International Solid State Circuit Conference surrounded the possibilities for this new chip in mobile applications as well as the Internet of Things. Eyeriss offers the possibility of holding features like facial,…

Education Benefits From Cloud Communications

Education Benefits From Cloud Communications

Education Benefits The aging communications infrastructures of various colleges and universities across the globe are producing significant challenges for their leaders. As these administrators search for cost-effective but scalable solutions, the necessity of improving and integrating the communications technology has emerged as a primary concern, but a concern with a tailor-made solution: Cloud communications. Be…

The Lighter Side Of The Cloud – Heightened Security

The Lighter Side Of The Cloud – Heightened Security

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