Cloud Computing In Education: The New Start-up Frontier?

Cloud Computing In Education: The New Start-up Frontier? Ever since the dot-com bubble of the late 1990s, the dream (or perhaps more accurately, fantasy) of creating a successful start-up and striking gold on the Internet has continuously drawn in new entrepreneurs seeking both fame and fortune. Constantly looking for a new market to conquer (or

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Giving Tangibility To Cloud Computing Capabilities In PS4

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Giving Tangibility To Cloud Computing Capabilities In PS4 For online gamers, the promise of the upcoming roll out of the gaming console, PS4, hinges on its cloud computing capabilities. There has already been verification by the executives at Sony, the team behind the popular PS3, to the effect that there are computing features, but these

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State Of The Cloud Market

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State Of The Cloud Market Because the Cloud Computing market is inherently business-oriented, it has not gained as much traction or even just publicity compared to the consumer electronics market. The term “Cloud Computing” has not yet become a household name and a great majority of people, may have heard, but still have no idea

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TurnItIn: The Cloud Is Letting English Teachers Stay Ahead Of Their Students

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TurnItIn: The Cloud Is Letting English Teachers Stay Ahead of Their Students Talk to any English teacher in any tech-focused high school in the U.S., and they will tell you that one of the essential components of their classroom is TurnItIn.com. Exactly what it sounds like, TurnItIn.com is a cloud computing-based site that lets teachers

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How To Tackle Security Vulnerabilities In Hypervisor Based Cloud Servers

How To Tackle Security Vulnerabilities In Hypervisor Based Cloud Servers Virtualization brings numerous security issues apart from the enormous benefits and productivity. Most of the organizations are reluctant to migrate to the cloud just because of the massive security vulnerabilities of cloud computing. Hypervisor, which is used in any virtualization environment to elevate the virtual

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Misconceptions Traits Of Cloud Computing Services

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Misconceptions Traits of Cloud Computing Services There will always be naysayer. Every time a new technology emerges, it’s soon followed be a long line of anti-supporters. Cloud computing is no different. It’s new. It’s trendy. It threatens the business model of some companies so drastically, that many misconceptions have been perpetrated to try and debunk

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It Is All New Ideas In Canada’s Cloud And Tech Meetings

It Is All New Ideas In Canada’s Cloud And Tech Meetings On June 19 to 21, Canadians and other worldly geeks have a chance to attend a conference on ideas that goes under the theme Ideacity. There will be more than meets the eye in this conference, as it will attract a plethora of idea

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Is Microsoft Winning The Public Cloud Wars?

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Is Microsoft Winning The Public Cloud Wars? I came across an interesting survey the other day that details public cloud usage from the folks at the Everest Group. Their report provides a really great snapshot on the state of cloud adoption – both public and private. After reading the report and reflecting on the data, it

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The Cloud Is Killing The PC, And Giving It New Life

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The Cloud Is Killing The PC, And Giving It New Life For several months we have been hearing about the imminent demise of the Personal Computer. After all, new computer sales dipped 14% last year, so surely the industry must be doomed, Doomed, DOOMED! The personal computer industry has certainly slumped, but these are dynamic

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Cloud Infographic: Cloud And Mobile Adoption Increases IT Security Risks

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Cloud Infographic: Cloud And Mobile Adoption Increases IT Security Risks As more businesses transition their mission-critical operations to cloud and mobile-ready applications, the direct consequence is increased security vulnerability. Last year, more than 30% of all mission-critical business applications were already in the cloud. That number is expected to rise to 50% as early as 2015. And

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