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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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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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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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All things Kubernetes: What you’re missing at KubeCon this week

Source:-siliconangle.com This week, throngs of cloud-native computing fans were set to descend on Amsterdam for KubeCon, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s conference for all things Kubernetes. Alas, like so many other conferences, the CNCF decided to postpone KubeCon. But that doesn’t mean I can’t still write about the highlights of the show in this article. It just means that everyone involved had to participate in the briefings from home. I winnowed down 75 or so exhibitors to a dozen highlights,

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Opinion: Work-from-home routines speed the shift to cloud-computing services

Source:-marketwatch.com The beneficiaries are many, from chip companies Intel and AMD, to collaboration-software makers Atlassian and Zendesk In normal times predictions are difficult enough. During a pandemic? Forget about it. However, if we look back on the dot-com crash, the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks and their aftermath that compounded its impact, and the 2008 financial crisis, there is a common thread: Recessions and crises ultimately accelerate the shift to the digital economy. And one consequence of the coronavirus is becoming

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CLOUD COMPUTING IS HELPING DEAL WITH CORONAVIRUS

Source:-analyticsinsight.net With Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCov) causing a bigger number of deaths than the 2003 SARS episode and giving no indications of containment, one thing turns out to be clear: the sickness is out of our control at this moment and we will need to get innovative if we need to catch it. The illness began in China back in December and keeping in mind that there’s been a lot of discussion around how it was taken care of, it’s essential

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Tackling 5G-based mobile computing and cloud computing security concerns head-on

Source:-techxplore.com In a June 2019 report, telecommunications equipment provider Ericsson predicted that there will be 8.3 billion mobile broadband subscriptions by the end of 2024, which translates to 95 percent of all subscriptions by then. Total mobile data traffic will reach 131 exabytes per month (1 exabyte = 1 billion gigabytes), with 35 percent carried by 5G networks. While mobile phones will consume the bulk of the data, the sheer number and wide variety of devices that will be connected

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UCI Division of Continuing Education Joins AWS Academy to Offer Amazon Web Services Cloud Computing Curriculum

Source:-globenewswire.com UCI Division of Continuing Education today announced participation in AWS Academy, an Amazon Web Services (AWS) program designed to help students acquire the skills and credentials needed to successfully join the cloud IT workforce. Beginning in spring 2020, students can enroll in the course that will prepare them to pursue careers in the fast-growing cloud computing space and industry-recognized AWS Certifications. “We are proud to make AWS Academy curriculum available to our students,” said Stephane Muller, director of business

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Cloud Communication to accelerate your business

Source:-ericsson.com To become the preferred partner for enterprises and business users, service providers need to quickly and proactively release compelling services on top of their network assets. It has been very challenging for service providers to launch innovative enterprise communication services that leverage their network assets – mainly because it’s time and resource heavy. This is now about to change. A new market is opening up thanks to major technology shifts, including 5G, Cloud, AI/AR, IoT and eSIM, to name

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Docker Monitoring Market – Industry Analysis Trends, Analysis, Opportunities, Share and Forecast 2020-2025

Source:-redhillcouncillors.co.uk A research report on the global docker monitoring market offers an in-depth analysis of the market scope and objective of the target market. The report also gives complete information regarding the major market players and segments. This research report provides a precise market prediction for the global and the local market. Get Research Insights @ Docker Monitoring Market 2019-2025 The docker monitoring report also sheds light on the market share and market growth rate on the basis of different

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