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How The New Windows 8.1 Update Puts Cloud Computing Front And Centre

How The New Windows 8.1 Update Puts Cloud Computing Front And Centre

New Windows 8.1 Update Puts Cloud Computing Front And Centre If you have been following news in the tech industry at all lately, then you should probably be aware that Microsoft just released the latest version of Windows on October 18th, and may well already have a copy of it up and running on your

The Future Of Cloud, And The Future Of Your Company

The Future Of Cloud, And The Future Of Your Company

The future of cloud, and the future of your company Recently the unofficial comedy team of Jimmy Kimmel and Justin Timberlake performed a short skit that illustrated how silly hashtags sound when inserted into normal conversation. The idea of punctuating a sentence with keywords intended as flags-to-be-found is of course, ludicrous in spoken parlance, but

Major Cloud Outages Of 2012 To Learn From

Major Cloud Outages of 2012 to Learn From According to a recent report by the International Working Group on Cloud Computing Resiliency, each year a cloud computing service is usually down for an average of 7.5 hours.  Companies who use the cloud for running their operations totally or partially were severely affected this year. So,

Eco Activism: Greenpeace Slashes iCloud With The Poorest Of Grades

Eco Activism: Greenpeace Slashes iCloud with the Poorest of Grades Apple finds itself stranded yet again in another vortex of criticism – this time as a consequence of its decision to halt surrendering its merchandise for examination under the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (abbreviated EPEAT) certification drive. The disparagement rises in the wake of