February 13, 2016 No Comments

What You Should Look for in Web Design Company?

Do they utilize affirmed engineers and developers and what sort of bolster base will they use for your site? Likewise get some information about the measure of plate space they are putting forth and whether they offer a control panel. In the event that a control panel is offered then what capacities are incorporated

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February 12, 2016 No Comments

Google Cloud Platform Debuts Lambda-Like ‘Cloud Functions’ that Respond to Events

This week, the Google Cloud Platform debuted Google Cloud Functions, a way to create lightweight, single-purpose functions that respond to cloud events without having to manage a separate server or a runtime environment.

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February 12, 2016 No Comments

Friday’s Five: A Handful of Tech Headlines You May Have Missed, Feb. 12

This weekly column aims to wrap up the news we didn’t get to this week (in no particular order), and that may have slipped under your radar, too.

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Friday’s Five: A Handful of Tech Headlines You May Have Missed, Feb. 12

February 12, 2016 No Comments

Toronto Raptors Turn to IBM Cloud for NBA Trade Deadline

The Toronto Raptors have partnered with IBM Cloud to develop IBM Sports Insights Central, a “war room” where data can be comprehensively viewed, analyzed, and compared just in time for the February 18 NBA Trade Deadline. The platform includes all NBA players and prospects, not just the Raptors’ roster

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Toronto Raptors Turn to IBM Cloud for NBA Trade Deadline

February 12, 2016 No Comments

US Congress Votes to Pass Ban on Internet Access Tax 75-20

The United States Senate voted on Thursday to pass a permanent ban on an Internet access tax. The bill was passed with a bipartisan vote of 75 in favor, 20 against

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February 12, 2016 No Comments

US Congress Passes Ban on Internet Access Tax

A decision by the US Senate on Thursday to pass a permanent ban on Internet access tax as part of a customs enforcement bill, was hailed by telecom trade association USTelecom as a victory for US consumers and the digital economy.

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February 12, 2016 No Comments

Thanking Drupal.org Working Group members

Drupal.org, the home of the Drupal community, has grown organically for many years. At some point it grew so large that a clear decision making structure became a necessity. The Drupal Association staff was not in the place to provide it at that time: our entire technology team for Drupal.org, including all its sub-sites and services, consisted of only two people, myself and Neil Drumm—so we turned to community for help.

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February 12, 2016 No Comments

What’s Behind Rackspace’s Private OpenStack Cloud Partnership with Red Hat

OpenStack is hard. It’s hard to take the conglomeration of about 20 open source projects, each at its own stage of maturity, collectively referred to as OpenStack, and turn it into a functioning cloud.

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What’s Behind Rackspace’s Private OpenStack Cloud Partnership with Red Hat

February 12, 2016 No Comments

One Firefly Announces Expansion into Web Hosting

Recently, One Firefly, a marketing and design company, announced its’ expansion into web hosting service. They are targeting technology integrators with the new products.

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February 12, 2016 No Comments

Backdoor Access to US Data Would do Nothing to Stop Availability of Encryption: Report

Proposals from lawmakers to force US companies to provide government agencies with backdoors to encrypted data would put them at a competitive disadvantage, without reducing the global availability of encryption, according to a report released Thursday.

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Backdoor Access to US Data Would do Nothing to Stop Availability of Encryption: Report