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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

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Synchronizing The Cloud: The Rise Of HTML5 And WebDesktop Platforms

Synchronizing The Cloud: The Rise Of HTML5 And WebDesktop Platforms The new kid on the block is a rather interesting one known as personal cloud computing. It is a contradictory statement because as it allows one to cultivate individual freedom with one’s device, it also taps into a plethora of public resources in remote servers.

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

Is PaaS Enough To Serve As A Security Platform For Cloud Computing?

Is PaaS Enough to Serve as a Security Platform for Cloud Computing? Platform as a Service (PaaS) is the part of Cloud Computing most synonymous with app development; one that lays open its doors for innovative minds to interact. There is also the perception that technology, due to dynamism, leads to better security. This platform

On Rob Kaufmann’s Thesis: NAS vs Cloud Part 1

On Rob Kaufmann’s Thesis: NAS vs. Cloud Part 1 A few weeks back KPI Analytics employee Rob Kaufmann suggested that network attached storage (NAS) solutions for data serving could in numerous cases provide a greater advantage than Cloud services. Specifically, he cited that it would be preferable for those serving massive files or very sensitive