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Cloud Security Alliance Summit 2015

San Francisco, CA – March, 2015 – The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) announced the agenda for the CSA Summit 2015, being held at the RSA Conference on Monday, April 20 at Moscone Center West, Room 2014. This year’s opening keynote will be presented by Philippe Courtot, Chairman & CEO of Qualys on “Cloud Without Borders: […]

Top Tier Cloud Service Providers 2014

The top tier Cloud Service Providers (CSP) for last year (2014). I am sure that you are very familiar with most of these companies and the reason is that they have been very successful in the business of Cloud Computing. Links to the Cloud Provider’s website have been added for your convenience. – Salesforce.com – […]

Google Earth Pro Service Is Now Available For Free

Google used to charge $399/year for their Google Earth Pro service. If you are a Google Earth user then there are some good and exciting news for you: The Pro version of the service is now available for free. This means that you can “feast” on detailed imagery and use the advanced tools that help […]

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    • The cloud is finally making machine learning practical April 21, 2015
      My first job out of college was as a decision support application analyst, and it allowed me to work with systems using early versions of artificial intelligence. The idea was compelling to me then, and it remains compelling to me today.The systems learned as they processed information. The objective was predicting the future, aka predictive […]
    • IT's cloud security concerns do not correlate to actual failures April 17, 2015
      A new report from researcher Ovum and managed service provider FireHost concludes that companies aren't exactly confident in their cloud providers' ability to provide the right level of security.In the survey of IT pros, 92 percent are concerned about the shared cloud infrastructure's security, 92 percent are concerned about a lack of control over where […]
    • The cloud scores NIH approval for gene research April 10, 2015
      After pushback from researchers, the National Institutes of Health has reversed course and now will allow researchers to use cloud services to store and analyze content from the Database of Genotypes and Phenotypes, a key asset in genetics research. The NIH had viewed the use of the cloud as a risk to the privacy of […]
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