Humayun

With degrees in Communication Systems Engineering and Signal Processing, Humayun currently works as a lecturer at Pakistan's leading engineering university. The author has an inclination towards incorporating quality user experience design in smartphone and web applications.

Robin Hood Gone Evil: Loophole Leading To Cloud Pickpocketing Identified

By Humayun | December 5, 2012

Robin Hood Gone Evil: Loophole Leading To Cloud Pickpocketing Identified Researchers at North Carolina State university and University of Oregon have proposed a jaw-dropping price tag for performing heavy duty cloud computing task – as low as zero dollars. Experiments reveal

The Storage Wars: Google And Amazon Battle It Out, Microsoft Turns Turtle

By Humayun | December 4, 2012

The Storage Wars The past week witnessed Google and Amazon slashing the price tag associated with their respective cloud storage services one after the other. Interestingly, the price lowering spree from both the giants seems more like an immediate business reflex rather

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Air Traffic Management Set To Meet Cloud Technology

By Humayun | September 28, 2012

Air Traffic Management Technology After revolutionizing domains like industrial design and engineering simulation, cloud computing is now set to drastically modify air traffic management technology. In a recent proceeding, General Electric Company and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (that’s NASA)

Autodesk Cloud Offering To Slash Simulation Cost, Startups Rejoice

By Humayun | September 18, 2012

Autodesk In a move aimed to strengthen its cloud computing solution product line, Autodesk cloud has recently revealed the latest in its cloud based simulation offerings. Called the Autodesk Simulation 360, the tool set provides a diverse suite of online

Cloud Confusion: The ‘Fluffy White Thing’ And The Potential Within

By Humayun | September 4, 2012

Cloud Confusion: The ‘Fluffy White Thing’ And The Potential Within A recently conducted national survey has revealed that the layman American consumer is not precisely aware of what cloud computing in actual is and how, in essence, does it function.

New Crystallization Technique To Slash Cloud Computing Costs

By Humayun | August 27, 2012

New Crystallization Technique To Slash Cloud Computing Costs Researchers specialized in material science and organic chemistry have unveiled an inexpensive process to obtain elongated crystalline elements possessing enviable characteristics. This was accomplished by the use of two tiny organic molecules

Tips for Securing the Personal Cloud

Killer Tips For Securing The Personal Cloud

By Humayun | August 13, 2012

Tips for Securing the Personal Cloud The hefty majority of internet users exhibit a significant level of dependency upon the cloud for digital content applications. From attractive personal cloud storage options to utterly useful email and web-services, cloud technology now

The Cloud Build Up: Findings From Gartner’s Cloud Hype Cycle 2012

By Humayun | August 8, 2012

The Cloud Build Up: Findings From Gartner’s Cloud Hype Cycle 2012 Ventures today are on the verge of modifying their overall cloud-purchase conduct. The said has been prompted primarily by the diverse range of available operational options offered by the

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Research Study: Cloud Financing Options

By Humayun | August 1, 2012

Cloud Financing Options Queries surrounding cloud computing financing options and associated pecuniary rationalization have lately been investigated in a novel research study involving feedback more than 900 business professionals and IT firms combined. The study has been undertaken by CompTIA,

The Vitality Of Seeding Openness Within The Cloud

By Humayun | July 31, 2012

The Vitality Of Seeding Openness Within The Cloud In the context of cloud investment and associated justifications, present day ventures are particular about three core concerns that are by no means novel and have haunted the IT industry since day

Developing Economies In Love With Cloud Computing

By Humayun | July 26, 2012

Developing Economies in Love with Cloud Computing The Business Software Alliance, in a recent research study, has reported that time is ripe for the cloud computing service providers to make a lasting impact particularly in budding economies via free as

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The Department Of Defence Meets The Cloud

By Humayun | July 17, 2012

The Department of Defence Cloud The United States Department of Defence has recently endorsed the (long awaited) shift to the cloud. The cloud computing strategy, as the feds calls it, expounds the departments’ intention to relocate the existent network applications