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Google and Apple Issue Statements In Regards To Vulnerabilities Pointed Out By Wikileaks

Without a doubt the big story for the past few days has been the Wikileaks and the release of top secret CIA hacking tools, code-named “Vault 7”. If you missed this and you want to catch up on the story, you can go to https://wikileaks.org/ciav7p1/ and read all about it. A number of hacking tools and exploits were […]

Apple’s New Cloud Computing Data Center

Anyone that had ever used a product from Apple knows how highly anticipated their products are. Well…with high anticipation comes high volume of rumors and speculations. Apple loves to keep secrets about their new-coming products and technology, and they are “nasty” good at it too. This time Apple is building something that is not easy to hide […]

  
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    • Cray puts its supercomputer in the cloud May 26, 2017
      Cray Research is now offering its Urika-GX supercomputer as a cloud computing service, targeted at life-sciences customers looking for compute cycles to solve some heavy problems. This offering, done with cloud infrastructure provider Markley, makes Cray one of the last high-performance computing providers to give cloud computing a try.But few companies actually need it.[ A […]
    • Make sense of edge computing vs. cloud computing May 23, 2017
      The internet of things is real, and it’s a real part of the cloud. A key challenge is how you can get data processed from so many devices. Cisco Systems predicts that cloud traffic is likely to rise nearly fourfold by 2020, increasing 3.9 zettabytes (ZB) per year in 2015 (the latest full year for […]
    • Good news: CIOs have stopped fighting the cloud May 19, 2017
      I call them the “folded-arm gang”: those CIOs who invite the “cloud guy” into a meeting and then push back on everything you say and do so for no good technical reason. It’s frustrating.But things are changing. CIOs who once pushed back on cloud computing have either changed their minds or have been fired. Either […]
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