Category Archives: Technology

See You In Health: Cloud Computing For The Healthcare Industry

See You In Health: Cloud Computing For The Healthcare Industry The healthcare industry has been making its move toward technology, putting iPads and tablets into the hands of healthcare professionals and now, the latest big move has been adopting the concept of cloud computing to organize, share data and protect patient information and healthcare data

The Storage Wars: Google And Amazon Battle It Out, Microsoft Turns Turtle

The Storage Wars: Google and Amazon Battle It Out, Microsoft Turns Turtle The past week witnessed Google and Amazon slashing the price tag associated with their respective cloud storage services one after the other. Interestingly, the price lowering spree from both the giants seems more like an immediate business reflex rather than a thoroughly chalked out pricing plan.

What Happens When Cloud Computing Embraces Evolving Antivirus Brands As Security Models?

What Happens When Cloud Computing Embraces Evolving Antivirus Brands As Security Models? Three areas of cloud computing are the crisis points of security breaches. Were it not for Software as a Service (SaaS) programs, there would be no malware. Similarly, but for the openings in the server connections in a network or Infrastructure as a

Will Cloud Computing Be To Labor What The Internet Was To Capital?

Will Cloud Computing Be To Labor What The Internet Was To Capital? In 1992, the CME Group launched the first electronic trading platform, which heralded a completely new age for anyone with capital to spare. Electronic trading and money transfers meant a whole new world of opportunity for potential investors. In essence, the Internet freed wealthy (and

Land Of Opportunities: Irish Cloud Centre Secures €5m In Funding From The Government

Land Of Opportunities: Irish Cloud Centre Secures €5m In Funding From The Government The government of Ireland has seeded about €5m to fuel the state-of-the-art cloud technology initiative – the Irish Center for Cloud Computing and Commerce. A whooping 8,500 new jobs are expected to spring from the Irish government’s decision. The centre is set to be