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If cloud is the future, HP may be in more trouble than we thought

Hewlett-Packard, like all of its hardware-oriented tech rivals, has acknowledged that cloud computing is essential to the future. So yesterday’s HP earnings report has got to concern HP boosters. 560 more words

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Tiny LiteOS Prepares for the Internet of Things

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Huawei is readying their minuscule operating system, LiteOS, to power everything from wearables to cars to the electronics around your home. The system is 10 KILObytes! 161 more words

Large-Scale Detection and Tracking of Aircraft from Satellite Images

Abstract

In this paper a distributed system for detecting and tracking commercial aircraft from medium resolution synthetic satellite images is presented. Discussion consisting of the system’s Apache Spark distributed architecture, correlation-based template matching, heuristic-based tracking, and evaluation of the system’s Standalone, Cluster, and Cloud modes of operation are covered before concluding with future work. 3,610 more words

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ObserveIT Launches CloudThreat For AWS For User Activity Monitoring And Analytics

ObserveIT today announced the launch of ObserveIT CloudThreat for Amazon Web Services (AWS), a free IT security solution that delivers analytics on user activity and behavior. 145 more words

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Early Riser Webinar: Masterclass Amazon S3

TO ALL MY CLOUDHEADS: Grab a cup of coffee and join us in the morning! 

Early Riser Webinar: Masterclass — Amazon S3

Wednesday, May 20, 2015 5:00:00 AM EDT – 6:00:00 AM EDT… 232 more words

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Leap Second 2015

L’Observatoire de Paris has decided that there will be a “leap second” on June 30th, 2015.  At 23:59:60 on this date, an additional second will be “inserted” into UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) to take into account the slightly irregular rotation of our planet. 502 more words

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