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Meet YouTube Red, The Ultimate YouTube Experience – Or NOT?

Google has launched the new YouTube Red ad-free subscription service in the United States. YouTue Red allows you to enjoy your favorite YouTube videos without ads. It also allows those who sign up and pay for the service ($9.99 a month) to save videos to watch offline on smart phones, tablets and other devices. The videos […]

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 […]

Google Drive is Here

April 24th 2012 — If you have not been living under a rock, then you may have heard the rumors about Google Drive. It turns out, one of them was true. Today, Google introduced its new service: Google Drive—a place where you can create, share, collaborate, and keep all of your stuff. Whether you’re working […]

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    • Centralized security in the cloud is the best security model October 13, 2017
      It’s 6:00 a.m. on a Monday morning. You get an automated text from your security systems that a DDOS attack was attempted, but new security policies downloaded several hours earlier proactively protected the systems from the attacking IP address. All is well. The alternative is not good—meaning that you had no idea of the DDOS attack, […]
    • Now’s the time to do deep learning in the cloud October 10, 2017
      The AWS Re:invent conference is coming up, and predictions are starting to fly around what Amazon Web Services will announce there. A sure bet is that it will announce some sort of deep learning cloud service. Of course, Google, Microsoft, and IBM won’t be far behind; indeed, both IBM and Microsoft have their own special […]
    • The cloud computing wars have forgotten the enterprise October 6, 2017
      At this week’s Oracle OpenWorld conference, Oracle chairman Larry Ellison announced his company’s new autonomous database product. However, Larry being Larry, he took several minutes to disparage Amazon Web Services, especially its Redshift database technology.AWS dominates the cloud market. Now that Oracle is fully committed to gunning for the exploding cloud marketplace, AWS stands in […]
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