Cloud Computing News

Cloud computing has been described as a buzzword by many, but for IT managers, software engineers and business executives it is the new reality. But it is also a relatively new technology that is changing fast, so make sure you stay ahead of the curve with the daily cloud computing news email from Wiser. The speed of change in the industry is happening on several fronts, including in technologies and solutions that are making cloud computing more efficient, safe and accessible. Cloud computing solutions deliver technology products and services through the internet, rather than through a local server or personal device. The technology solutions it delivers include data storage, server resources and software applications. There are several companies in the field from small start-ups to the internet's biggest names, including Google, Microsoft, Amazon and IBM. This growth is set to continue as more applications go to the cloud, and greater percentages of company IT budgets are allocated to cloud computing. If this industry affects you sign up for the cloud computing news email from Wiser today. It will keep you up-to-date on the latest developments in the industry, and with the latest innovations in cloud computing technology.

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Total solar eclipse weather forecast as of Aug. 19
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Extend SuccessFactors with SAP Cloud Platform Workflow (Part 1/2)
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Increasing Cloud Usage Puts Legal Communications at Risk
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ForbesContributor, Louis Columbus
These and many other insights are from PayScale’s analysis of the highest paying cloud computing jobs in 2017. PayScale relies on crowdsourcing, advanced analytics, and big data to drive prediction models that are transforming compensation into a data-driven science. It’s a useful...
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Amazon.com Inc, Cloud Computing Services
Amazon Brings Artificial Intelligence To Cloud Storage To Protect Customer Data
ForbesContributor, Janakiram Msv
Amazon has become the first public cloud provider to blend Artificial Intelligence with cloud storage to help customers secure data. The new service dubbed Amazon Macie relies on Machine Learning to automatically discover, classify, and protect sensitive data stored in AWS. This...
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This digital notebook saves your thoughts, then microwaves clean
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Are you the type of person who loves to write down clever notes to remember the important stuff? Do you feel like traditional word processing software puts a damper on your creativity? If you like your thoughts and their format to stay...
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Total solar eclipse weather forecast as of Aug. 19
Washington PostMatt Rogers
Forecast notes The Southeast and northern to western Midwest remain the most challenged viewing locations. Pacific Northwest viewing prospects have improved some. Interior West and East Coast cities should see mostly clear skies. Local forecasts Corvallis, Ore.: Morning fog likely to burn...
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Extend SuccessFactors with SAP Cloud Platform Workflow (Part 1/2)
SAP BlogsSeshadri Sreenivas R.
We are well aware that SAP Cloud Platform extension package makes it quick and easy for companies to adapt and integrate SuccessFactors cloud applications to their existing business process. This establishes SAP Cloud Platform as the go-to PaaS offering for any extensions...
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Increasing Cloud Usage Puts Legal Communications at Risk
Inside CounselAmanda Ciccatelli
Today, the cloud is the new normal for enterprise apps, with 70 percent of all organizations having at least one app in the cloud, according to IDG¹s Enterprise Cloud Computing Survey 2016. The cloud makes sharing documents with customers and colleagues more...
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Box Adds Google Cloud Vision for Image Recognition, More News
CMSWireDavid Roe
Box moved a little deeper into the digital asset management space this week with the announcement that it's adding Google Images search technology to its platform via the Google Cloud Vision API. Google Cloud Vision API helps developers understand the content of...
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VMworld 2017 to Focus on the Cross-Cloud Future
Biztech MagazinePhil Goldstein
We’re living in a multicloud world, in which businesses use public cloud storage, private clouds for sensitive data and all manner of hybrid cloud environments that combine private and public elements. VMware sits at the center of that hybrid cloud world, and...
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Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For August 18th, 2017
High ScalabilityTodd Hoff
Sorry about missing last week, but my birthday won out over working: Ouch! @john_overholt: My actual life is now a science exhibit about the primitive conditions of the past. If you like this sort of Stuff then please support me on Patreon....
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Google and ProPublica launch machine learning tool to track hate crime in America
The Next WebMatthew Hughes
Documenting hate crimes in America has long presented a challenge to researchers, journalists, and social scientists. Record keeping in this area has been patchy at best, with data either woefully incomplete or non-existent. Yet, it’s never been more important that we understand...
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