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Glasgow cloud computing firm Iomart could see coronavirus boost

Source:-scotsman.com Iomart, the Glasgow-based cloud computing and web hosting company, has seen “minimal change” to its business levels amid the coronavirus pandemic and expects some customers to experience an increase in demand for their products and services. Releasing a trading update to investors, the firm said it expects to deliver another year of revenue growth, strong profitability and cash generation. Due to the timing of its year end, 31 March, the group has experienced “minimal impact” on trading from the

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ETFs to Gain on Cloud Computing Growth Amid Coronavirus Crisis

Source:-finance.yahoo.com The coronavirus pandemic is going from bad to worse, with more than 1,026,000 confirmed cases and above 53,000 casualties globally, per a Johns Hopkins University data. The United States continues to top the chart with the highest number of coronavirus-infected cases. It recorded in excess of 245,500 cases with a death toll of more than 6,000. In order to combat the outbreak, President Trump has extended the lockdown until Apr 30. Notably, around 80% of Americans have been put

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3 Cloud Computing Stocks to Buy in 2020

Source:-moneyandmarkets.com More and more companies have moved to remote work because of the COVID-19 pandemic and, as an investor, you should know a few of the best cloud computing stocks to buy in 2020. Millions of Americans are now forced to work from home as the spread of the novel coronavirus tightens its grip on how we do our work. Investors can find profit in the fact that we’ve been forced to change the way we conduct business. One of

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5 Cloud Stocks Likely to Rally as Coronavirus Drives Remote Working

Source:-finance.yahoo.com Nearly 80% of Americans have been put under lockdown as coronavirus cases continue to rise in the United States. President Donald Trump has extended the lockdown until Apr 30. So far, 215,344 people have been infected in the United States and the lockdown has forced people to maintain social distancing and work remotely. In fact, the outbreak is changing the manner in which individuals conduct their day-to-day lives and how they interact with friends and family. It has also

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Amazon’s Detective will help you investigate your cloud computing security mysteries

Source:-zdnet.com AWS is making the tool more widely available, to help security analysts find the root cause of cloud incidents a lot faster. Amazon’s cloud services business AWS has announced that security tool Amazon Detective, which uses machine learning to help visualize anomalies in customers’ resources, is now generally available. Launched as a preview at last year’s re:Invent event, the feature is likely to put an end to many security team’s woes. Amazon Detective collects large quantities of AWS log

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WILL FATE OF CLOUD COMPUTING CHANGE DURING THE CURRENT PANDEMIC?

Source:-analyticsinsight.net Internet is flooded with memes about Earth being closed due to one of the biggest pandemic of the 21st century: COVID-19. While the world is hell-bent in trying to push back on novel coronavirus, Cloud Computing firms could emerge as a prominent and strong key player in this battle. With large-scale industrial shutdowns, public lockdown taking place around the globe to contain virus spread, work from home has gained more importance than before. As people are caught up in

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VMware, a leader in cloud infrastructure and remote work, dropped employees at the worst time

Source:-media.thinknum.com Coronavirus pandemic shelter-at-home mandates have led to a massive rise in work-from-home tools like Zoom and Cisco Webex teleconferencing software, the former seeing usage spike by as much as 300%. This has led to reports of Microsoft Cloud server demand being up by 775%. Several of our 10 early indicators of recovery are related or connected factors, such as online classes. Yet, strangely, VMware ($NYSE:VMW) is losing employees after a quiet round of layoffs beginning in February, according to

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Explore the pros and cons of cloud computing

Source:-searchcloudcomputing.techtarget.com Familiarize yourself with the basics of computing in the cloud, how the market has changed over the years, and the advantages and disadvantages of this type of IT environment. The immense variety of cloud computing services available today would stun even the visionaries at Amazon who reinvented the concept of rentable infrastructure for the internet era almost 15 years ago. The industry’s powerful innovations have created a rapid pace of technological growth that is divided into three sub-categories —

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One Business Winner Amid Coronavirus Lockdowns: the Cloud

Source:-bangkokpost.com Cloud-computing emerges as a vital link for companies and governments trying to function amid the coronavirus pandemic Cloud-computing providers are emerging as among the few corporate winners in the coronavirus pandemic as office and store closures across the U.S. have pushed more activity online. The remote data storage and processing services provided by Amazon.com Inc., Microsoft Corp., Google and others have become the essential link for many people to remain connected with work and families, or just to unwind.

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Which [r]evolution lies ahead for cloud computing in Southeast Asia?

Source:-datacenterdynamics.com The challenges faced by businesses in terms of new skills, new application needs, legacy IT management etc. are constantly increasing as businesses realize that cloud computing is no panacea. From a small revolution at first, cloud computing has in recent years evolved into a key strategic development driver not only for businesses but also for governments — in short, for society at large. By 2025, IDC predicts that Southeast Asia’s cloud computing market in expected to reach US$40.32 billion,

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