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Cloud Could Easily Be The Next Big Memory Option For Trim Automated Auto Interiors

Cloud Could Easily Be The Next Big Memory Option For Trim Automated Auto Interiors

Cloud Could Easily Be The Next Big Memory Option for Trim Automated Auto Interiors Hitherto, a typical car has been full of paraphernalia in the driver’s seat. There have been more than a dozen buttons to hit for various initializations. The radio multimedia alone accounts for twenty such buttons. This is all in the name

HP Joins The Cloud, OpenStack Gains Strength

HP Joins The Cloud, OpenStack Gains Strength Everyone is jumping on the cloud computing wagon now, and smartly so. Lucky us. Choice is always a great things for consumers. So who else is in the market who we should probably take notice of? Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard has always been a big fish in it’s industry. Chief

Telecommuting: Everyone Wins Work From Home Cloud Computing Options

Telecommuting: Everyone Wins Work From Home Cloud Computing Options   Cloud computing is all the rage If you have the chance to work from home would you? Many people would say yes, and with good reason. You can make your own hours, dress how you want, be your own boss and pretty much you have

IPaaS: Integration Platform as a Service. Buzzword Or Has Real Substance?

IPaaS: Integration Platform as a Service. Buzzword or has real substance? As enterprises have started using various cloud services such as Salesforce.com, Google apps, etc a new problem has crept up in the form of “cloud silos”. This has complicated the integration of various components in the enterprise with each other. Thus, a new set

Intel’s New Xeon Chip Set To Storm The Clouds

Intel’s New Xeon Chip Set To Storm The Clouds

As regards clouds in general, “storm” is not a word you would want to hear. However, by storming the clouds, I refer to the new Xeon chip’s ability to make cloud computing faster and more resilient. If you are a sports fan and familiar with the Olympics motto of “Citius (faster), Altius (higher), Fortius (stronger),”