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Get Digital - 14th April 2015

There was an air of anticipation as the final conference letting us in on the latest breakthroughs in the world of technology, as well as the impact of everything on us as business students. 1,262 more words


Head in the Cloud

As the final semester was to come to an end this could only mean one thing, our last and final conference took place! The conference, attended by DCU DICE students, took place on the 14th of April 2015 in the Helix theatre.The conference was centred around the highly popular topic of Cloud Computing – the practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a local server or a personal computer.I found it extremely beneficial to hear from various speakers involved in different ways with the cloud and its uses in business and ordinary life. 830 more words

The natural environment suffering to fuel our media use

“We all pay so little attention to the resources used by “the cloud”. The cloud metaphor filters our perceptions of storage and memory because it is cleverly designed to be “natural” and elevated far away from the hardware that it really constitutes. 448 more words


Cloud Power "Equals to" Advance Security to Your Web Application!

Now in these days we are familiar with term “Cloud Computing”,if you don’t you must have hear about from somewhere else!

“Cloud computing is a computing term or metaphor that evolved in the late 2000s, based on… 314 more words


SME and the next steps

So, we have just finished the last of our weekend migrations from On-Premise to Office365 deployments. We were extremely pleased with how it went and the client are very impressed. 170 more words


The Evolution of the Cloud Computing Phenomenon

What is Cloud Storage?                                                                                         

Cloud Storage is the ability to upload files to a computer storage device that is not on the same network as the computer that you are uploading the files from.  456 more words