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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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    • Cloud migration: How to know if you’re going too fast or too slow December 15, 2017
      Companies have decreased their spending on traditional system deployments to fund their cloud migration activities. Indeed, the IaaS market—including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, and Google—has been exploding with growth over 40 percent in revenue per year since 2011, according to Gartner. And Gartner forecasts 300 percent growth for IaaS between 2016 and 2020.What’s most astounding […]
    • Data integration is one thing the cloud makes worse December 12, 2017
      One, enterprises have too many decisions to make. Two, it’s difficult to find success with complex data integration. Those are the two main excuses I hear these days, as enterprises move to the cloud. Whatever the justification, the lack of attention to data integration is beginning to cause some real damage. So, what went wrong? Enterprises […]
    • Colleges don’t teach cloud skills, so AWS will do it in high school December 8, 2017
      AWS Educate serves as a path for younger students to understand and get excited about the capabilities of the cloud, namely Amazon’s own AWS cloud. At AWS’s Re:Invent conference in last week, AWS announced the company is expanding its cloud education initiative to students ages 14-17.Obviously, AWS is trying to create customer loyalty early on. […]