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How big is the Microsoft Azure Cloud?

The Microsoft Azure Cloud is huge. Or should I say H-y-uuuuu-ge! It’s the largest cloud provider in the world with 38 Regions currently (30 online) spread across the globe, and Microsoft keeps adding more regions every few months. 380 more words


Just what our crumbling, aging infrastructure doesn't need: Trump's plan

Donald Trump has made rebuilding America’s decrepit infrastructure a centerpiece of his political pitch. And it seems many top Democrats are optimistic about it.

The problem is that what Trump has actually proposed isn’t what our infrastructure needs. 959 more words


UK regulator Ofcom lays out plans for 'full-fibre' rollout

  • Consultation on physical infrastructure access (PIA) in the UK market
  • Simpler and cheaper access to BT’s network for competitors to lay ultrafast broadband
  • Full-fibre broadband coverage just 2 per cent in the UK…
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Council Budget Plans - Have Your Say

This year there is a brand new approach to simplify and illustrate the challenges faced – make your voice heard.

Each year, Aberdeenshire Council engages with staff and local residents on budget plans to ensure the voice of communities comes through in any and all budget setting decisions. 120 more words

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Amazon’s AWS looks to extend its reach to connected devices and IoT

  • Greengrass allows devices to perform tasks locally and keep data in sync
  • Snowball data transfer appliance creates purpose-built hybrid edge devices
  • Amazon describes it as “the next generation of hybrid IT”
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Why we must work together to face today's ICT security challenges

It is clear that the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) can only be achieved by leveraging information and communication technologies (ICTs).

More than ever, ICTs form the backbone of today’s digital economy. 638 more words

Static Website Hosting in Azure Storage

Traditional shared hosting providers generally cost anywhere between $8 – $10 USD per month. The reason is you need to reserve some CPU and Memory resources on a VM to host your website. 784 more words