Cloud Infographic: Startup Soup – Hot or Cold?

Cloud Infographic: Startup Soup – Hot or Cold?

Cloud Infographic: Startup Soup – Hot or Cold? It is not easy running a startup, but it’s getting much easier due to the availability and low cost of Cloud computing and its related services.  This will inevitably mean more competition, but with the growing interest in Big Data, IoT, Cloud Computing, Wearable Technology and Clean

Pinup: Qubole – The Growth Of Big Data as a Service

Pinup: Qubole – The Growth Of Big Data as a Service

In late 2013, the growth of ‘Big Data as a Service’ (BDaaS) was being tipped as one of 2014’s standout trends. It was speculated that BDaaS was even the natural replacement of Software as a Service (SaaS) – the SaaS approach to acquiring specialised enterprise applications had proved itself to be a valid technology model,

Which Big Data Start-ups Have Received The Most Funding?

Which Big Data Start-ups Have Received The Most Funding?

Which Big Data Start-ups Have Received The Most Funding? The big data industry has been growing at an incredible rate over the last few years. Several start-ups in the sector are now undertaking truly innovative projects that are changing everything from the way we travel to work to the way we negotiate air travel. Which

Librato’s Composite Metrics Provides Rapid Insights

Librato’s Composite Metrics Provides Rapid Insights

Librato’s Composite Metrics Provides Rapid Insights A little over one month ago, cloud monitoring company Librato launched their composite metrics feature into public beta – enabling IT departments to visualise the result of mathematical transformations of their existing metrics. The powerful new capability lets users gain rapid insights from the data they are collecting by

10 Extensions To Improve Google Drive

10 Extensions To Improve Google Drive

10 Extensions to Improve Google Drive Google Drive is rapidly become the cloud storage market leader. Its integration with Google’s other apps, its default inclusion with Google Apps for Business, and its 100GB of free memory with a Chromebook purchase have seen it explode to more than 130 million users since launch in April 2012.

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The Internet of Everything Opens Up The World

The Internet of Everything Opens Up The World

Shaping The World With New Technologies As a connected collection of intelligent objects, the Internet of Everything promises to open up those areas of the world hardest hit by economic, political and agricultural blights. Relatively inexpensive devices, paired with revolutionary energy sources and unprecedented access to information offer great promise to farmers and workers in…

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You can soon watch a doc about virtual reality on Oculus Rift

You can soon watch a doc about virtual reality on Oculus Rift

Oculus Rift If you’d rather that your non-game Oculus Rift experiences be nonfiction, it looks like that wish is coming your way rather soon. Next week, Zero Point hits Steam and it offers full 360 degree views of a Department of Defense military training camp,… Read the source article at Engadget

It’s pointless to define cloud computing

It’s pointless to define cloud computing

The International Standards Organization (ISO) has released two new standards for cloud computing in an attempt to put some order around the loose terminology in cloud computing. If you think you’ve seen this movie before, you’re right. The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) did much the same a few years back, with a