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Cloud computing is the fastest growing technology in the software market. The authors are using clouds from Google drive to social networking every day. It is result of evolution a...
The global penetration of mobile phones that have rich media and wireless networking capabilities has ushered in a new paradigm in mobile computing with new emerging social behavio...
Cloud computing is aimed at providing IT as a service to the cloud users on-demand basis with greater flexibility, scalability, reliability and availability with utility computing ...
IDC is observing a once-in-a-generation shift in computing and technology that we refer to as the rise of the “3rd Platform.” The 1st Platform was the rise of computing in general....
Technology can't bring the rain, but it can help Californians save water in various ways, and it serves as a model for a future that could hold more droughts and water crises
The cloud enables big data processing for enterprises of all sizes by relieving a number of problems, but there is still complexity in extracting the business value from a sea of d...
Encounter-based social networks and encounter-based systems link users who share a location at the same time, as opposed to the traditional social network paradigm of linking users...
Next-Generation Networks (NGNs) will certainly face requesting access from different parts of the network. The heterogeneity of communication and application software's changing si...
A new report may change your perception of websites and malware. Michael P. Kassner ferrets out what Cisco is excited about.
Big data might be a hot topic but tech chiefs are still reluctant to start funding projects, according to TechRepublic's CIO Jury.