Amazon, Amaz-off, Amaz-on-again

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Amazon, Amaz-off, Amaz-on-again On the afternoon of Monday August 19, two strange and unsettling events occurred. First, the perpetually-available ecommerce behemoth Amazon.com vanished, taking its Canadian cousin, Amazon.ca along with it. Shoppers were greeted with a 404 Not Found/Fail Whale page and were encouraged to come back later. The outage lasted somewhere between 20 and

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Cloud Infographic: Cyber Threats

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Cloud Infographic: Cyber Threats People have always feared that cloud computing is inherently lacking in security because of the distribution methods used, allowing it to be more public than necessary. But research and reports indicate that it is not less secure than enterprise computing as they actually both suffer from the same types of attack.

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Need for Speed: Towards Satiating End Consumer Cloud Speed Craving

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Need for Speed: Towards Satiating End Consumer Cloud Speed Craving Every passing day, end consumers have involuntarily been fine-tuned to anticipate technology at large becoming swift in terms of the offered data rate, superior in terms of quality of service and inexpensive in terms of aggregated cost. In essence, the modern day consumer is in

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Why Cloud Computing Is Better Than Grid Computing

Why Cloud Computing Is Better Than Grid Computing Several web developers, especially the new ones, have continuously misunderstand grid computing and cloud computing as one and the same. Both concepts, when compared to other solutions, are relatively new concepts in computing. Grid computing is a component of cloud computing to work perfectly, along with thin

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