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Free and Unlimited Built-In VPN With The Latest Opera Web Browser

If you are one of those people who want a little privacy when browsing the Internet, then you know that dodging firewalls and masking your IP address usually requires some work. You often have to pay for VPN (Virtual Private Network) software/service or plug-ins offered by a third party. The good news is that the […]

Microsoft To Put Cloud Data Centers Underwater

Microsoft is working very hard to place data centers under water. They want our data to live underwater… Yes, you read that correctly! Microsoft revealed details for their new and somewhat unconventional project. Project Natick  is a mind boggling research endeavor with the potential of becoming the next big thing. Microsoft would be bringing the cloud computing […]

Google Project Fi – Invite NO MORE: Supports Tablets Without Monthly Device Fee

UPDATE 03/08/2016: Google Fi no longer requires an invitation to sign up! Today, Android’s blog announced its official goodbye to the invite system for the Fi Network. Google is well known for coming up with disruptive tools and services, but sometimes their “projects” do not turn out and do not live up to expectations. Earlier this […]

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    • Pro tip: Go old-school for cloud data transfer September 23, 2016
      So you’re looking for the cloud to take care of your storage needs, including an on-premises database that handles more than a petabyte? You have a few options. First, you can use the open internet as a path to upload the data. However, do the math: It will take five years and cost $100,000 in […]
    • In the IaaS gold rush, even Oracle faces tough odds September 20, 2016
      Oracle is the latest enterprise vendor seeking to displace Amazon Web Services (and, to a lesser extent, Google and Microsoft) with its own IaaS offering.The success of AWS caught a lot of enterprises -- and enterprise technology providers -- off guard. It's a long tradition for enterprise technology providers to run after the next shiny object: […]
    • 'Featuritis' could lead you to the wrong cloud September 16, 2016
      Winning Evernote's cloud business was a nice feather in Google's cap -- deservedly so. Google had put a great deal of effort in its machine learning offering in the Google cloud, and Evernote responded. I'm sure there were financial incentives as well.The question then arises: Will enterprises buy cloud services -- or even partner with […]
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