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Cybersecurity Should Be Chess, Not Checkers

Cybersecurity initiatives for government agencies — in fact, other organizations, too — have to be proactive and iterative. InformationWeek: Cloud

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Should ‘Made in America’ apply to cloud providers?

Let’s start by acknowledging the elephant in the room: The top three public cloud computing providers are all U.S.-based, so enterprises in the United States, and even in most other countries, are facing a natural U.S.-based monopoly on public cloud … Continue reading

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Why you should use microservices

So you’re sitting on hundreds of thousands of lines of legacy C++. Oh, who are we trying to kid? It’s millions of lines of Vectran, a short-lived Fortran variant created by IBM in the ’70s. But hey, if it ain’t … Continue reading

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Why the U.S. should give tax breaks to cloud adopters

To promote the use of cloud computing by small businesses in India, the Indian government is planning to introduce a subsidy for cloud usage. The hope is that the use of the cloud will make small businesses more successful, thus … Continue reading

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4 reasons you should use Kubernetes

Sirish Raghuram is co-founder and CEO of Platform9 Systems. As most modern software developers can attest, containers have provided us with dramatically more flexibility for running cloud-native applications on physical and virtual infrastructure. Containers package up the services comprising an … Continue reading

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IDG Contributor Network: Building the predictive enterprise: What CIOs should tell CEOs about A.I.

By now we have all heard the buzz. Siri has plenty of company. Alexa and Google have invaded the home. Tesla’s artificial intelligence is, well, driving itself. Google’s Deep Mind is running the company’s multi-billion-dollar search business. Even they don’t … Continue reading

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What businesses should know about Privacy Shield

U.S. businesses may take some comfort from the fact that a successor to the Safe Harbor agreement has finally been named, but at this point, they shouldn’t get too comfortable. Since it was first announced on Tuesday, the EU-U.S. Privacy … Continue reading

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Google advisory council: Right to delist should only apply in EU

To help it handle the EU ruling that forces it to delist certain results about people, Google assembled a team of expert advisors that travelled the continent, seeking out various opinions on how best to implement Europeans’ data protection rights. … Continue reading

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Huawei: Should you put it in your data center?

Huawei: Should you put it in your data center? Doing so puts your own data and that of your customers at risk. It may also prevent you from closing deals with customers unwilling to take a chance that your gear … Continue reading

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