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OpenStack has a long way to go before it reaches the nirvana state that one of its founders is claiming it has already attained.
Open source has promised to unseat proprietary competitors for decades, but the cloud may make the threat real.
While the Internet of Things promises greater efficiencies and social benefits, it also threatens to turn us into "woolly livestock," according to Bruce Sterling.
Computational privacy is a property of cryptographic system that ensures the privacy of data being processed at an untrusted server. Fully Homomorphic Encryption schemes (FHE) prom...
Google Fiber has established gigabit internet in three US metro areas, with nine more targeted for the near future. Our research has turned up the metros most likely to be targeted...
Analysts and tech experts share their opinions on what Facebook's purchase of Oculus really means to the future of VR and crowdfunding.
Once upon a time, says Owen Rogers of 451 Research, cloud computing promised straightforward, on-demand pricing for resources. Things have become a little more complex.
For the virtualized environment of your enterprise, Zerto wants to be the business continuity and disaster recovery solution provider of choice. TechRepublic recently spoke with Ze...
Physical desktop computer infrastructures no longer make sense for the corporate world. Not only are they expensive, insecure and maintenance-heavy, they also cannot effectively su...
Internet banking startup Simple's name and philosophy are one and the same. But, are consumers ready to trust the Internet with their finances?