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In today's age, huge amount of data are being outsourced to cloud due to its low cost service. User's data on cloud may contain personal information which may be caught or misused ...
The side real day many organization addresses problems nonstop growth of user huge increasing consumption of high performance of data storage. The dynamic data is very expensive an...
John Engates talked to TechRepublic about his thoughts on the state of enterprise IT, the future of cloud computing, and his 14-year-career at Rackspace.
The smart grid is critical to the future of energy. Here are 10 important facts about the future of standardized clean energy technology.
OpenID Connect is designed to replace username/password authentication. The protocol, in use by Google and others, may solve governments' needs to authenticate users accessing digi...
Cloud computing promises users massive scale outsourced data storage services with much lower costs than traditional methods. However, privacy concerns compel sensitive data to be ...
The cloud storage offers users with infrastructure flexibility, faster deployment of applications and data, cost control, adaptation of cloud resources to real needs, improved prod...
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...
Healthcare startup Beam Technologies made it to market on a shoestring budget, using $500K to put the Internet of Things in your mouth.