Leaders Of Tech Industry Join Docker In New Open Container Project

Leaders Of Tech Industry Join Docker In New Open Container Project

New Docker Open Container Project More than 20 tech industry organizations have joined forces with Docker in an exciting, new non-profit venture, The Open Container Project (OCP) that aims to unite the industry and establish common standards for software containers. To be run with the support and approval of the Linux Foundation,  the project will…

How To Choose The Right Cloud Security Package For Your Business

How To Choose The Right Cloud Security Package For Your Business

How To Choose The Right Cloud Security Package The questions you need to ask yourself when deciding on the right cloud security solution for a growing organisation Not sure which cloud security package will be the best fit for your business? Check out our guide to choosing a service that’s going to meet your needs…

How Your Business Can Overcome Its Fear of BYOD

How Your Business Can Overcome Its Fear of BYOD

Overcoming BYOD Fear While the popularity of the remote workforce has been on the rise, more and more people are returning to the office to work out of fear that their business data isn’t secure, according to a Neustar report. A whopping 83 percent of respondents are worried about the security of their files, and 27…

How To Recognize The Warning Signs – Retaining Your Clients

How To Recognize The Warning Signs – Retaining Your Clients

How To Recognize The Warning Signs  The warning signs were there the entire time but no one noticed. No one noticed that your highly-valued customer was on his way out. And when he told you that he was leaving, you were blind sighted. Avoid being blind sighted again. As a SaaS provider, there are a number of…

Carve Outs And The Cloud: A Synergistic Coupling

Carve Outs And The Cloud: A Synergistic Coupling

Carve Outs and the Cloud The mergers and acquisitions market is a complex and challenging industry and the last two years has seen a rise in the number of transactions. Working with companies in this space over the last 10 years, we at RKON have seen and hopefully helped change the mindset of private equity…

Genomics Moves to the Cloud

Genomics Moves to the Cloud

For $25 a year, Google will keep a copy of any genome in the cloud. Google is approaching hospitals and universities with a new pitch. Have genomes? Store them with us. The search giant’s first product for the DNA age is Google Genomics, a cloud computing service that it launched last March but went mostly unnoticed…

Pinup: Lunacloud Shows Promise

Pinup: Lunacloud Shows Promise

The Next Cloud Contender? Lunacloud is a European cloud computing provider and a major player in the IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) market. Founded in 2011, it has rapidly expanded into this dynamic industry and become a prominent competitor. Most people in the industry were unaware of Lunacloud until December of 2012, when a CloudSpecs…

Cloud Infographic – IOT And The Massive Potential

Cloud Infographic – IOT And The Massive Potential

IOT And The Massive Potential Internet of Things (IOT) has been discussed often on CloudTweaks and for good reason.  It provides a number of tremendously exciting new opportunities for many businesses. For those not exactly familiar with the term can easily find a quick refresher infographic here. As for the potential of the Internet of Things,…

3D Printing Food Items

3D Printing Food Items

A new device lets you 3D print real food — just load the ingredients. Read the source article at CNN.com International

Detroit Hustle In Silicon Valley

Detroit Hustle In Silicon Valley

Meet Jonathon Triest. The 32-year-old Detroit native runs Ludlow Ventures and just closed his first venture fund — $15 million. He’s a Detroiter investing directly in Silicon Valley with the sheer gumption of a Midwesterner. “We hunt startups like most startups hunt VCs,” he told me. Operating out of downtown Detroit, Triest isn’t your traditional…

The New ‘Virtual’ Reality

The New ‘Virtual’ Reality

Juniper Gives Service Providers Flexibility to Innovate, Launch, Test and Rethink New Services in Record Time and for Far Less Investment SUNNYVALE, CA–(Marketwired – Nov 6, 2014) – (NYSE: JNPR) — A sales rep of a major Internet service provider picks up the phone and connects with the CEO of a hot new startup. The…

Schools, industry plan security consortium for cybersecurity

Schools, industry plan security consortium for cybersecurity

University, private industry and governmental support is being corralled for a New England research consortium to tackle cybersecurity issues confronting the financial services industry, become a regional force in vying for large federal grants and create a cyber­security talent pipeline. Read the source article at Boston Herald

Cloud Infographic – Cyber Security And The New Frontier

Cloud Infographic – Cyber Security And The New Frontier

Cyber Security: The New Frontier The security environment of the 21st century is constantly evolving, and it’s difficult to predict where the next threats and dangers will come from. But one thing is clear: the ever-expanding frontier of digital space will continue to present firms and governments with security challenges. From politically-motivated Denial-of-Service attacks to…

IBM Asks Watson for a Comeback Plan

IBM Asks Watson for a Comeback Plan

IBM is betting that research on more human-like artificial intelligence will help it turn things around. A scientist from the Spanish oil company, Repsol, and an IBM researcher use a visualization tool developed in IBM’s Cognitive Environments lab, based in Yorktown, New York. As cheap cloud computing services erode IBM’s traditional hardware business with alarming speed,…

Google Glass may obstruct peripheral vision: study

Google Glass may obstruct peripheral vision: study

People wearing Google Glass may experience significant blind spots on their right side, which could interfere with tasks such as driving, crossing the street and playing sports, US researchers said Tuesday. Read the source article at Yahoo News

The Global Rise of Cloud Computing

The Global Rise of Cloud Computing

The Global Rise of Cloud Computing Despite the rapid growth of cloud computing, the cloud still commands a small portion of overall enterprise IT spending. Estimates I’ve seen put the percentage between 5% and 10% of the slightly more than $2 trillion (not including telco) spent worldwide in 2014 on enterprise IT. Yet growth projections…

Cloud Infographic: 2015 Data Scientist

Cloud Infographic: 2015 Data Scientist

Data Scientist Report The amount of data in our world has been exploding in recent years. Managing big data has become an integral part of many businesses, generating billions of dollars of competitive innovations, productivity and job growth. Forecasting where the big data industry is going has become vital to corporate strategy. Enter the Data…

Using Big Data To Make Cities Smarter

Using Big Data To Make Cities Smarter

Using Big Data To Make Cities Smarter The city of the future is impeccably documented. Sensors are used to measure air quality, traffic patterns, and crowd movement. Emerging neighborhoods are quickly recognized, public safety threats are found via social networks, and emergencies are dealt with quicklier. Crowdsourcing reduces commuting times, provides people with better transportation…

PaaS vs Docker – why is it such a heated debate?

PaaS vs Docker – why is it such a heated debate?

PaaS vs Docker Docker started as just a software container on top of a Linux operating system which seemed like a simple optimization for a fat hypervisor. Its disruptive force however comes from the fact that it does force us to rethink many of the layers of the cloud stack. Starting from the way we…

Cloud Infographic: Cloud Public, Private & Hybrid Differences

Cloud Infographic: Cloud Public, Private & Hybrid Differences

Cloud Public, Private & Hybrid Differences Many people have heard of cloud computing. There is however a tremendous number of people who still cannot differentiate between Public, Private & Hybrid cloud offerings.  Here is an excellent infographic provided by the group at iWeb which goes into greater detail on this subject. Infographic source: iWeb

Five Signs The Internet of Things Is About To Explode

Five Signs The Internet of Things Is About To Explode

The Internet of Things Is About To Explode By 2020, Gartner estimates that the Internet of Things (IoT) will generate incremental revenue exceeding $300 billion worldwide. It’s an astoundingly large figure given that the sector barely existed three years ago. We are now rapidly evolving toward a world in which just about everything will become…

Google Cloud Source Repository

Google Cloud Source Repository

Google hasn’t announced it yet, but the company earlier this year started offering free beta access to Cloud Source Repositories, a new service for storing and editing code on the ever-expanding Google Cloud Platform. It won’t be easy for Google to quickly steal business from source code repository hosting companies like GitHub and Atlassian (with Bitbucket).…

Tech Company Finds Stolen Government Log-ins All Over Web

Tech Company Finds Stolen Government Log-ins All Over Web

WASHINGTON (AP) — A CIA-backed technology company has found logins and passwords for 47 government agencies strewn across the Web — available for hackers, spies and thieves. Recorded Future, a social media data mining firm backed by the CIA’s venture capital arm, says in a report that login credentials for nearly every federal agency have…

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