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Cloud Infographic – Cloud Investment Spending

Cloud Infographic – Cloud Investment Spending

Cloud Investment Spending Cloud acceptance and adoption continues to grow at a brisk pace. IDC (International Data Corporation ) predicts that, the worldwide Internet of Things (IoT) market will grow from $1.3 trillion in 2013 to $3.04 trillion in 2020 and contain nearly 30 billion connected “things.” This certainly bodes well for the Cloud computing…

Fuel cells in the data center

Fuel cells in the data center

As data center operators hone in on power options that increase reliability and provide power cost predictability over decades-long time scales, fuel cells have advantages that will allow them to compete. Read the source article at Gigaom Research

Using Big Data To Map Communities

Using Big Data To Map Communities

Community Mapping As Big Data is used to track and measure social phenomena across the world, it’s only natural to turn to the data that users leave behind them in order to better understand and map both virtual and online communities. By doing this, we can not only unearth insights into how and what people communicate,…

Cloud Pinup: Cloudifile – Beyond Encryption

Cloud Pinup: Cloudifile – Beyond Encryption

Beyond Encryption: Solving the Problem of Cloud Security When you store your data on the cloud, you’re entrusting it to a company that may be located hundreds of miles away. You’ll probably never see their servers in person, nor will you ever shake hands with the engineers responsible for protecting them. And there’s no mistaking the risks:…

Monetization of the Internet of Things – Q&A With Brendan O’Brien

Monetization of the Internet of Things – Q&A With Brendan O’Brien

Q&A With Brendan O’Brien, Co-Founder of Aria Systems (Part 1) Monetization of the internet of things (IoT) is one of the most exciting and challenging issues facing the industry today, so we spoke with Brendan O’Brien to learn more. Brendan is the Co-Founder of Aria Systems, who are one of the leading innovators in recurring…

Cloud, privacy, big data and smart cities top HDS predictions

Cloud, privacy, big data and smart cities top HDS predictions

Cloud computing, privacy and big data will increase in priority for enterprises in 2015 while the smart cities trend will continue in Asia Pacific as countries such as China try to address urbanisation issues, according to Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) Asia Pacific CTO Adrian De Luca. Read the source article at CIO Australia

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