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1 hr ago | Common Dreams
Privacy advocates are calling for reform of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act , a 27-year-old law that allows government agencies like the FBI and local law enforcement warrantless access to Americans' electronic communications.
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2 hrs ago | ComputerWorld
Brandon Robinson, director of network services at energy trading company Aces, an EMC shop, at the VMworld conference in San Francisco.
2 hrs ago | PC World
Explosive revelations in the past six months about the U.S. government's massive cyber-spying activities have spooked individuals, rankled politicians and enraged privacy watchdogs, but top IT executives aren't panicking-yet.
4 hrs ago | ZDNet
Cloud computing---as well as contract manufacturers selling to cloud providers---are hurting server sales and the pain is likely to continue.
8 hrs ago | Forbes.com
Every day, more data processing capability is migrating to the cloud, that interconnected network of data centers, servers, network equipment and infrastructure that processes and stores much of the world's data.
10 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media
ClearDATA Networks, Inc ., the leading healthcare cloud computing platform and service provider , today announced the close of an over-subscribed $14M Series B funding round that will provide the company with capital to maximize its growth opportunities and momentum in the Health Information Technology cloud computing market.
Auckland, 5 December, 2013 - Organisations in New Zealand are becoming increasingly aware of the numerous benefits cloud computing offers and are progressively adopting cloud solutions to reduce IT costs, improve business agility, increase flexibility and enhance collaboration with stakeholders through community cloud environments.
The company was recognized for its private cloud system, Nebula One, which was built from the ground up to meet the security requirements of the modern enterprise and provide peace of mind to those with the most stringent security requirements.
It's no secret that the White House called in a bunch of Internet gurus from big U.S. tech companies to help them fix the floundering HealthCare.gov website.
MSPAlliance Issues Call for Speakers for MSPWorldA Spring 2014 -- World's Premier Managed Services and Cloud Computing Event To be held in Orlando, FL, March 26-28, 2014 Chico, CA, December 4, 2013 -- The International Association of Managed Service Providers, , has issued the call for speakers for MSPWorldA Spring 2014, the leading, best-attended ... (more)
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Lance Crosby, chief executive of SoftLayer, said In 2014, IBM, who purchased his company for $2 billion, will make a series of announcements that will shiver all challengers More than 100 products, like e-commerce and marketing tools, will be put inside the cloud as a comprehensive series of offerings for business.
Cloud computing provides tremendous value for businesses of all types. But as we can see from the number of products that shut down in 2013, it isn't all a silver lining.
A new insight - based on a '2013 Search for Growth' survey - identifies key areas of eHealth technology and convergence with other industries , Dec. 4,2013 /PRNewswire/ --Frost & Sullivan released today its three big predictions for the global healthcare market.
The study, conducted by Stratecast, a division of Frost & Sullivan, found that more than 80 percent of survey respondents admit to using non-approved SaaS applications in their jobs.
For businesses and governments in poorer nations to benefit from cloud computing's increasingly rapid and more flexible supply of digitized information - the sort of thing that enables online marketers to rapidly scale up their information systems in tune with fluctuations in demand - massive, down-to-earth data processing hardware is required.
For the developing countries to benefit from cloud computing, massive data processing hardware, extensive broadband infrastructure, as well as related laws and regulations are required, according to a report released by United Nations Conference on Trade and Development Tuesday.