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Full Spectrum Laser debuts 2 3D printers that fit on your desk

Full Spectrum Laser, the 3D printing company behind the Pegasus Touch printer, is back with its second line of desktop printers. And while other companies are expanding into larger machines, FSL is doing the opposite. 178 more words

What to Look for in a Service Level Agreement

Service level agreements (SLAs) come with everything in the telecom industry. We think it’s worth noting though, as telecom falls under the IT umbrella, and lets face it, telecom acronyms and services can be confusing. 446 more words

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Cloud for GIS Systems

GIS Cloud is seen as a perfect tool to upgrade conventional GIS applications and provide a broad spectrum of services to users across the globe. 4,404 more words

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Fresh Start to the New Year

After five long weeks of vacation (I’ll have to admit maybe it was a tad too long for my liking!) and two weeks of a new school term under my belt, I think I’ve reaccustomed myself to school life again. 502 more words

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As Cloud Arrives On Main Street, We Need A New Set Of Metrics For Cloud SLAs

Editor’s note: Sharon Wagner is┬áthe founder and CEO of Cloudyn, a leading provider of cloud analytics and optimization tools for multi-cloud deployments. He is a leading expert and key patent holder in SLA technologies and┬ápreviously worked at CA Technologies within its cloud-connected enterprise business unit. 912 more words

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Quite a huge challenge ahead in terms of determining the right model to measure cloud availability and associated metrics. All in all, there's critical need to establish a standard SLA to be used across cloud providers. Such an instrument would become handy as it certainly would institute a set of mandatory protections and obligations between consumers of cloud services and providers. Long term avoidance of some imminent drawbacks to cloud services and relationships is, indeed, paramount. Particularly as currently happens in cases of infrastructure failure, where consumers aren't adequately cushioned incase one was to seek redress. How soon a universal standard is formulated and implemented is, as you've succinctly put it, 'just a function of time.' Indeed, it is.

My Experience with the Formlabs Form 1 vs. Makerbot Replicator

As I finished up my undergrad degree and my student job managing 3D printing for Huntington University, I was asked to set up a new 3D printer, the Form 1 from… 1,100 more words

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