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Lasers to Protect Mother Earth from Asteroids???

Scientists are proposing placement of lasers in space to deal with danger from asteroids. WOW!!! How cool would it be to be involved in this project where you are placing satellites equipped with lasers in the sky to serve as Earth protectors? Recently researchers at UCSB (UC Santa Barbara) and California Polytechnic State University unveiled a […]

D-Wave Systems Announces Multi-Year Agreement To Provide Its Technology To Google, NASA And USRA’s Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab

Palo Alto, CA – September 28, 2015 – D-Wave Systems Inc., the world’s first quantum computing company, announced that it has entered into a new agreement covering the installation of a succession of D-Wave systems located at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California. This agreement supports collaboration among Google, NASA and USRA (Universities Space […]

Facebook Successfully Tests Laser/Internet Drones

Facebook is moving forward with their project for delivering Internet access to remote and hard to reach regions of the world. The first successful test with large, solar-powered drones have been done in the skies over UK, announced chief executive Mark Zuckerburg. “As part of our Internet.org effort to connect the world, we’ve designed unmanned […]

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    • Stats are wrong: The public cloud is already the norm November 17, 2015
      It's no longer new or odd for enterprises to use the cloud. The cloud is now a reliable workhorse, and it brings a great deal of value to the business. A recent Verizon report shows what everyone already knows: Use of the cloud is no longer new or specialized; it's become a solid part of […]
    • Search and seizure: Why everyone must fear hackers in the cloud November 13, 2015
      Expect this headline very soon: "Public cloud used to hack government systems." I'm sure aspects of this are happening right now, and I'm sure we will see more widespread use of public clouds as the platforms for hackery. What should we do with the public clouds used as hacking venues? Do we seize the physical […]
    • Cloud apps need governance too November 10, 2015
      After deploying cloud systems without cloud governance, many enterprises now understand why they should have implemented governance in the first place. Bad things happen, such as million-dollar cloud bills resulting from resources that are overprovisioned without limits or restrictions. Other items that need governance are service/API usage and databases, as well as a good interworking with […]
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