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IO To Get Into The Cloud Computing Business

IO To Get Into The Cloud Computing Business

Cloud news round up for the week. IO To Get Into the Cloud Computing Business – Usually putting all of their manpower into modular data by running modular data centers, IO are reportedly set to get into the cloud computing business. Launching a new service that is aptly titled ‘IO. Cloud’, their brand new cloud

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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

PS4 Specifications For Cloud Depicting Lighting Mechanisms For Games

PS4 Specifications For Cloud Depicting Lighting Mechanisms For Games Much ado about the capabilities of the cloud side of Microsoft’s Xbox One and its latest rival, PS4, have made them shine like a beam of light each passing day, online. With the maker of the Operating System most of the world can relate to touting

Security In The Cloud – Maintaining A Secure Environment

Security In The Cloud – Maintaining A Secure Environment One of the most prevalent points brought up by skeptics of cloud computing is the integrity of the security for said systems. Different reservations are held against different models of cloud computing, in particular for public clouds. The mere fact that public clouds host environments for

Top 25 European Rising Stars 2012 – LunaCloud

Top 25 European Rising Stars 2012 – LunaCloud

 Top 25 European Rising Stars 2012 – LunaCloud ……Store Remotely on the Visible Side of the Moon for 2 Cents? How would it feel to work from the visible side of the moon where everything, as visible by the human eye, has stayed the same since time immemorial? At least with LunaCloud, a Portuguese cloud