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Why seeing is believing in the world of Cloud

By CloudTweaks | November 19, 2014

Why seeing is believing in the world of Cloud Understanding how your server workloads are performing is crucial for a sound systems management.  If you are able to look into your systems, you can deal proactively with future issues.  By…

Don’t Go Breaking my Heart – Wearables and Your Health

By Steve Prentice | November 19, 2014

Wearables and Your Health Former Vice President Dick Cheney famously admitted recently that he had the wireless feature of his pacemaker turned off. The ex-VP, who has a history of cardiac trouble, recently underwent a pacemaker upgrade, but is naturally…

Cloud Infographic – DDoS attacks, unauthorized access and false alarms

By Lauris Veips | November 18, 2014

DDoS attacks, unauthorized access and false alarms Above DDoS attacks, unauthorized access and false alarms, malware is the most common incident that security teams reported responding to in 2014, according to a recent survey from SANS Institute and late-stage security…

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Juniper Reports Discovers Mobile Commerce Growth Powered By The Cloud

By Daniel Price | November 18, 2014

Juniper Reports Discovers Mobile Commerce Growth A recently unveiled report from Juniper Research has found that the total number of users who plan to engage in mobile transactions is going to grow considerably over the coming years. They predict that…

Project Loon – From Wi-Fi to High-Fi

By Steve Prentice | November 18, 2014

Project Loon Although the Internet appears universal and omnipresent to those who use it, the majority of the world still lacks access to it, due to many factors, including economics, terrain, political instability and straight-up poverty. A handful of high-profile Internet…

OpenStack Users are Ready to Move From Hypervisors

By Nati Shalom | November 18, 2014

OpenStack Users are Ready to Move From Hypervisors…and Other Tales from the Summit… I just got back from the OpenStack Paris Summit a couple weeks ago, and although this is a bit delayed in coming, I did do a talk…

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Last week, McDonald's shares hit an all-time high, bouyed by Wall Street's expectations that investments in automation technologies will drive business value: As part of its "Experience of the Future" initiative, McDonald's announced plans to roll out digital ordering kiosks that will replace cashiers in 2,500 of its locations. The company will also extend its customer self-service efforts, deploying mobile ordering at ...
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Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google pressed U.S. lawmakers and the international community on Thursday to update laws on how governments access customer data stored on servers located in other countries, hoping to address a mounting concern for both law enforcement officials and Silicon Valley. The push comes amid growing legal uncertainty, in the United States and across the globe, about how ...
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Apple Inc broadened a legal attack on Qualcomm Inc, arguing to a U.S. federal court that license agreements that secure the chip maker a cut of every iPhone manufactured were invalid. If successful, Apple's attack would undermine a core tenet of Qualcomm's business model. Apple sued San Diego-based Qualcomm in January, saying the chip maker improperly withheld $1 billion in ...
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