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New distributed processing technology developed to efficiently collect desired data from big data streams
Fujitsu Laboratories Limited today announced the world's first successful development of a distributed processing technology that efficiently collects enormous volumes of real-world data in the cloud through network-linked gateways. Services that collect and employ huge volumes of real-world data in the cloudsuch as the location and health status of people and the status of different operationsare now expanding, and the increase in communications volumes associated with collecting this data poses a huge challenge. To address this problem, Fujitsu Laboratories has developed an algorithm that takes a portion of the data that would otherwise be processed in the ...
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Microsoft joined Google and Amazon Web Services in cutting the cost of cloud services
Cisco, Salesforce, and Google are among the backers of the SCIM protocol for cloud-to-cloud provisioning
El pasado lunes 5 de marzo tuvo lugar en Valencia, en la Sede del Centro Cultural Bancaja, la Jornada “Fondos Europeos 2.0”, organizada por la Asociación de Empresas y Profesionales de Internet de la Comunitat Valenciana (AVALNET), en colaboración con la Generalitat Valenciana
Los servicios de cloud computing exigen una gestión responsable ya que implican riesgos graves. Bajo esta filosofía la asociación sin ánimo de lucro ISMS Forum ha decidido impulsar la primera certificación profesional en español sobre seguridad de la información en la nube.
Google answers Amazon Web Services' 19th price reduction by trimming its Cloud Storage service costs per gigabyte. Both companies are competing for customers in the platform as a service (PaaS) game.
Not a week goes by without reports on security gaps, data theft or hacker attacks. Both businesses and private users are becoming increasingly uneasy. However, when it comes to technologies like cloud computing, trust and security are essential if we intend to use data and applications that are flexible, cost-effective and above all, mobile. That's why Fraunhofer researchers are working on a series of security solutions.
Today at the CeBIT Fair, IBM is announcing the Secure Enterprise Desktop, an innovative service that enables corporate users to securely access the contents of their entire hard disk, including operating system, applications and company data, from anywhere in as little as two minutes.