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Dec 19

Facebook Acquired Madrid Based Cloud Gaming Start-up

The Social Media Giant has recently acquired the Spanish-based Cloud Gaming start-up, PlayGiga to expand its gaming roots across the globe. PlayGiga was previously providing its services across Italy, Argentina, Chile and Spain. The deal was confirmed by CNBC, earlier...
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Dec 19

Ransomware Likely to Disrupt State and Federal Entities in 2020

A ransomware attack is one the most serious cyber threats and is gaining a lot of traction in tech circles. In such an attack, a bad actor will first exploit some weakness in the network and gain unauthorized access to...
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Dec 19

Desktop as a Service 2019 Industry Research

Like Big Bang, cloud services have transformed into a big universe out of which desktop services are one of the biggest industry with an important position posing competition for all participants to compete for the top and the goal is...
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Nov 19

Sensitive Data of a Billion Plus People Discovered Unprotected Over a Cloud Server

The mere headline of this story should be more than enough to send shivers down our spine. As if the word sensitive was not enough to raise eyebrows, the situation gets far worse when we absorb the quantum of this...
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Nov 19

Google Resolves Gmail’s “AMP4Email” Security Issue

Google has just fixed a security issue found in one of the key features of Gmail. The issue which was named as “AMP4Email” makes the email dynamic by popping the actionable content pop-up inside the inbox. Chief Security Officer at...
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Nov 19

Microsoft Ignite 2020 | What is Microsoft Ignite Conference?

How much does it cost to attend Microsoft Ignite? The attendees of MS Ignite can choose from different categories of passes. By now, passes of all categories are completely sold out. The full conference pass was priced at $2,395 per...
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Nov 19

Amazon Likely to Challenge Pentagon over Cloud Computing Contract

E-Commerce and tech giant Amazon is running low on time to decide whether to formally challenge Pentagon. The imminent move comes in relation to the award of a US $10 BN Cloud Computing Contract to rival Microsoft. The contract has...
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Oct 19

Celebrity Recognition Service Launched by Google Cloud

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is getting smarter with every day. Machine learning algorithms we call AI are becoming much more capable and versatile. As a recent development, Google Cloud’s AI has become capable of detecting celebrities and the resultant module is...
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Oct 19

US Agricultural Data is Moving to the Cloud

We mostly visualize America as a leading innovator in military hardware and weapons. This is partly true because the US has an equally flamboyant agricultural sector as well. With rising world population and adverse effects of climate change coming to...
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Oct 19

Hilton Turns to the Cloud for Removing a Nuisance (Door lock Problem)

Just picture yourself standing wearily outside your hotel room and swiping the digital key repeatedly but in vain. This is something many frequent travelers can relate to. This experience is not only annoying, but also reflects poorly on the hotel’s...
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