Self-Driving Google Computers Are Almost Ready To Drive

Self-Driving Google Computers Are Almost Ready To Drive

Google Self-driving Cars Making Headway U.S. vehicle safety regulators have said the artificial intelligence system piloting a self-driving Google car could be considered the driver under federal law, a major step toward ultimately winning approval for autonomous vehicles on the roads. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration told Google, a unit of Alphabet Inc (GOOGL.O),…

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…

Google Offers Users 2GB Storage To Perform Security Check

Google Offers Users 2GB Storage To Perform Security Check

Google Offers Users 2GB Storage February 9th has become known around the world as Safer Internet Day, and every year sees more and more organizations getting involved in the fight to build a safer, more caring internet. This year over a thousand organizations have gotten involved to promote safe, responsible and positive usage of digital…

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…

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Are Cloud Solutions Secure Enough Out-of-the-box?

Are Cloud Solutions Secure Enough Out-of-the-box?

Out-of-the-box Cloud Solutions Although people may argue that data is not safe in the Cloud because using cloud infrastructure requires trusting another party to look after mission critical data, cloud services actually are more secure than legacy systems. In fact, a recent study on the state of cloud security in the enterprise market revealed that…

Global Cloud Development An Open Question

Global Cloud Development An Open Question

Global Cloud Development Statistics and projections from Cisco’s Global Cloud Index show that the world’s data centers are already processing 4.7 zettabytes (4.7 million petabytes) per year. Cisco research says this amount will continue to grow by 23% annually for the next few years. (Inforgraphic Source: https://visual.ly/how-much-petabyte) If we project these numbers over the next 25…

Is Bigger Better? Not with the Cloud on Your Side

Is Bigger Better? Not with the Cloud on Your Side

Is Bigger Better? Growing up, bigger almost always equated to better. The bigger kid hit the baseball farther, threw the ball faster, shot the hockey puck harder and usually won the fight. In school, we were taught that larger companies were better than the smaller ones. Bigger, meant better economies of scale, more market share…

The Cloud on Your Terms – What to look for in an EFSS Provider

The Cloud on Your Terms – What to look for in an EFSS Provider

The Cloud on Your Terms Your company has a mandate to go to the cloud and now it’s time to decide which services to use to help your business grow. You might be wearing several hats or you might be a dedicated IT professional and the responsibility has now been handed to you. So what…

What Agency Can Benefit The Most From IoT/CSP?

What Agency Can Benefit The Most From IoT/CSP?

What Agency Can Benefit The Most? I was recently giving a talk to some students when one of them asked me a question I hadn’t heard before. She said “How does the Internet of Things really impact the government? What agency benefits the most from IoT/CPS?” I paused for a moment, it is a great…

Immune Systems: Information Security And Risk In 2016

Immune Systems: Information Security And Risk In 2016

Information Security And Risk C-suite executives have woken up to the threat posed by data theft, denial-of-service attacks and vulnerable systems. In 2015, for example, a series of high-profile cases illustrated the degree to which such attacks can damage a company’s reputation, brand and, ultimately, profits. Where businesses once undervalued cybersecurity, considering it the domain of CIOs and…

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