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A Supreme Court ruling against Aereo won’t spell the end of cloud computing

Interested observers on all sides of the contentious debate over Aereo have focused a great deal on the implications for cloud computing if the Supreme Court rules against… 2,514 more words

Law And Economics

SAP Q1 Results Fall Short, but the Cloud Business Still Growing

German business software giant SAP reported quarterly results this morning that fell short of what analysts had expected, but co-CEO Bill McDermott blamed the miss on currency effects and insisted that the company’s relatively young cloud applications business is growing profitably. 386 more words

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Choosing a cloud provider: Sustainability matters

Deploying in the cloud is the fastest path to production for tech startups. The question becomes which cloud infrastructure to use. Amazon AWS? HP Public Cloud? 484 more words

Sustainability

Scam by Victoria’s Secret clerk highlights the common risk to "Credit-card Skimmers": The identity-theft threat most of us face routinely!

Headlines and the attention of IT professionals have been dominated by Heartbleed recently, yet it’s a news story out of Florida that reminds us of an all-too-common identity-theft threat that most of us face on a routine basis: credit-card skimmers. 271 more words

Cloud Computing

RHEL 7 brings forth Project Atomic, kernel improvements, deeper Windows Active Directory integration and more.

SAN FRANCISCO — Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 includes a lot of new features that have IT pros pouring through documentation and sending recaps to their higher-ups, but Red Hat’s goal is to make RHEL boring. 831 more words

Cloud Computing

Companies Are Turning More to the Cloud for Do-It-Yourself Apps

It’s often said these days that every company is at some level a software company. That may be stretching things a bit, but when you think about all the things that businesses do every hour of every day, and how many of those things require the presence of software, it’s more true than not. 656 more words

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