Cloud Computing

Human like Robots – Should We Treat Robots Like Humans?

By Josh Hamilton / February 28, 2017

Human like Robots Robo-taxation Should robots be taxed? That is the question that Bill Gates has given his somewhat controversial answer to last week, declaring that humans should be taxing robot workers as if they were human. Gates has suggested

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Scality HALO Cloud Monitor and Dedicated Care Services (DCS)

By Jennifer Klostermann / February 28, 2017

Scality HALO Cloud Monitor This morning, Scality announced a new turnkey 24/7 monitoring solution, Scality HALO Cloud Monitor, for the Scality RING object storage platform and S3-focused products. Guaranteeing 100% uptime for managed private cloud storage environments, Scality HALO provides

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Safeguarding Data Before Disaster Strikes

By CloudTweaks / February 28, 2017

Safeguarding Data  Online data backup is one of the best methods for businesses of all sizes to replicate their data and protect against data loss in the event of an IT outage or security incident. While online backup services offer

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The Power of Recurrent Neural Networks

By Josh Hamilton / February 27, 2017

Recurrent Neural Networks A recurrent neural network (RNN) is a type of neural network where connections between units form a directed cycle. They were first created in the 1980s, but have gained new popularity as AI and machine learning technology is spreading and progressing

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Numeraire Cryptocurrency

Numeraire Cryptocurrency Goes Live

By Kiril Kirilov / February 27, 2017

Numeraire cryptocurrency Numerai, a hedge fund started in late 2015 by mathematician Richard Craib. The new Numerai cryptocurrency comprises digital tokens that allow crowdsourcing of literary anything. Cryptocurrencies are essentially internet based assets used to finance any purchase or endeavor

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The Path to the Cloud: A Look at Different Approaches to Cloud Migration

By James Kessinger / February 24, 2017

Different Approaches to Cloud Migration The public cloud has gained considerable momentum this past decade. Concerns about cost and security have largely been put to rest as AWS, Azure and newcomers like Google have surged. When it comes to launching

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The Lighter Side Of The Cloud – Mixed Messages

By Christian Mirra / February 24, 2017

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Cloud Spectator Report: North America IaaS Providers Benchmark

By Jennifer Klostermann / February 23, 2017

Cloud Spectator Report Cloud Spectator, a cloud benchmarking and consulting agency focused on cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) performance, has today released the 2017 Top 10 Cloud IaaS Providers Benchmark for North America. Striving for transparency in the cloud market, Cloud Spectator’s

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Top Cloud IPOs To Watch For In 2017

By Kiril Kirilov / February 23, 2017

Top cloud IPOs A number of large cloud companies are set for IPO in 2017, with one of them – Mulesoft – suggesting it can go public as early as March with an offering worth some $100 million. Other possible

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Cloud Email Security Concerns

The Deep and Dark Web

By Jennifer Klostermann / February 22, 2017

The Dark Web The Deep and Dark Web, hidden in the depths of the internet, sounds like something out of a nail-biting thriller, but is, in fact, a very real part of our world. Just as drug cartels and human

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