Monday, June 20, 2011

Improving the Security of Cloud Computing - Technology Review

The downsides of encryption can be avoided with a newly commercialized technology that provides a mathematical way of slicing your data into 16 parts before storing it. It employs a fancier version of algebraic equations (in which knowing two parts of an equation lets you solve for the third) to let you reconstitute your full data set from any 10 of those 16 slices. Improving the Security of Cloud Computing - Technology Review

Apple vs Google: Cloud concepts that clash
By Jason Hiner, TechRepublic, 19 June, 2011 09:00 Google and Apple are taking fundamentally different approaches to cloud computing. But the question is whether they can both be right, says Jason Hiner. After Apple's recent unveiling of its iCloud ...
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Bitstream to Demonstrate Advanced Mobile Browsing Technologies at CommunicAsia ...
MarketWatch (press release)
The BOLT Android version, currently in private beta, leverages the powerful BOLT CloudComputing architecture to provide a modern, visual Web experience, better network management and new revenue opportunities to carriers. Bitstream will also showcase ...
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Is Cloud Computing for Real?
SYS-CON Media (press release)
In October 2009, Enterprise Cloud Computing was considered bleeding edge technology by many but there was something that seemed different about its value potential and adoption rate. For CIOs, it seemed a chance to provision affordable infrastructure ...
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Musical Clouds
The dust may still be settling on Apple's iCloud announcement, but HP looks set to get in on the game with its very own Cloud-based entertainment service. According to US reports, HP is in talks with all the major music labels about the service, ...
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