October 24, 2014, 9:29 am GMT  

30 item(s) containing the term "based"

Jostle Raises $2M For Its Intranet Platform

—  If you have ever worked for a large corporation, then you have probably seen how outdated some of the intranet platforms on the market today are. the Vancouver-based startup Jostle wants to put a fresh face on intranet software. The service aims to make it easier for companies to publish news stories and ann...
Oct 23 12:59:00 pm GMT / TechCrunchIT»

New chips will “power the gigabit era of DSL,” Broadcom claims

— New tech based on G.fast standard makes copper much faster over short distances.
Oct 21 08:35:27 pm GMT / Uptime»

LifeSize Offers Dashboard for Cloud-Based Video Conferencing

— The Logitech subsidiary's new feature will help organizations gain measurable insight into how they are using LifeSize Cloud.
Oct 20 08:40:00 pm GMT / IT Infrastructure - RSS Feed»

Smartsheet Helps Businesses Visualize Themselves

—  Smartsheet, the spreadsheet-based project and work management platform, is now making it easier for companies to understand how their employees actually work (and who they mostly work with). Companies mostly use the service to manage their projects and help employees collaborate. Because of this, the service know...
Oct 20 06:30:23 pm GMT / TechCrunchIT»

Facebook Mobile Drops Pull For Push-based Snapshot + Delta Model

— We've learned mobile is different. In If You're Programming A Cell Phone Like A Server You're Doing It Wrong we learned programming for a mobile platform is its own specialty. In How Facebook Makes Mobile Work At Scale For All Phones, On All Screens, On All Networks we learned bandwidth on mobile netwo...
Oct 20 03:56:04 pm GMT / High Scalability - Building bigger, faster, more reliable websites.»

In Search of a Cloud Worthy of the Enterprise

— Vendors and providers are falling over themselves to tap into the lucrative market for cloud-based infrastructure and application services.
Oct 20 02:44:00 pm GMT / Arthur Cole»

Greener IT can also boost overall business health

— In this picture: Data center at net.DE A hosting firm in Germany cuts energy consumption by a third while focusing on business growth Germany-based net.DE provides technology services to customers around the world and, in a competitive industry, needs to stay one step ahead of their demands. Marvin Neumann, Sales and ...
Oct 16 06:35:00 pm GMT / Inside Enterprise IT»

The New Mobile-Cloud Enterprise

—  Enterprise IT is undergoing a platform shift from web-based, client-server systems to a mobile-cloud platform. This shift has caught the attention of all the major tech vendors who have either acquired or launched Platform as a Service (PaaS) or Backend as a Service (BaaS) technologies to address this growing op...
Oct 15 11:00:49 pm GMT / TechCrunchIT»

HP Offers SDN Solution for Clouds

— Company officials also say there are more than 20 NFV proof-of-concept trials ongoing based on technology from HP and partners.
Oct 15 09:55:00 pm GMT / IT Infrastructure - RSS Feed»

HighQ Takes On The Enterprise Collaboration Space With An Eye Toward Data Sovereignty

—  London-based HighQ is opening a new data center in Australia, growing its bid to provide locally supported enterprise collaboration and file-sharing products. The company has quickly expanding revenues, and a key offering: If you use HighQ, the U.S. government will likely have a harder time than usual getting its...
Oct 14 07:35:22 pm GMT / TechCrunchIT»

H.264 support arrives in Firefox, thanks to Cisco — but H.264 web videos still won’t play

— Firefox is now supporting H.264 for web-based video chat, thanks to a binary component provided by Cisco -- but H.264 web video streams still can't be played natively in the browser. H.264 support arrives in Firefox, thanks to Cisco — but H.264 web videos still won’t play originally published by Gigaom, &cop...
Oct 14 05:57:10 pm GMT / GigaOM Cisco»

MongoDB targets ‘massive’ revenue stream with new cloud-based management service

— The MongoDB Management Service has received some major enhancements that let users deploy, provision and scale MongoDB resources from the cloud to any infrastructure. It's not a cloud database, but it's a valuable proposition the company thinks could generate hundreds of millions in additional revenue. MongoDB target...
Oct 14 04:16:17 pm GMT / GigaOM Cloud Computing»

Cloud Based Healthcare Records By @HarbingerSys | @CloudExpo

— Over the last few years the healthcare ecosystem has revolved around innovations in Electronic Health Record (HER) based systems. This evolution has helped us achieve much desired interoperability. Now the focus is shifting to other equally important aspects – scalability and performance. While applying cloud computi...
Oct 13 05:00:00 pm GMT / Latest News from Cloud Computing Journal»

How League of Legends Scaled Chat to 70 million Players - It takes Lots of minions.

— How would you build a chat service that needed to handle 7.5 million concurrent players, 27 million daily players, 11K messages per second, and 1 billion events per server, per day? What could generate so much traffic? A game of course. League of Legends. League of Legends is a team based game, a multiplayer onl...
Oct 13 03:56:47 pm GMT / High Scalability - Building bigger, faster, more reliable websites.»

The Three Most Common Myths in Enterprise Security By @AnupGhosh_

— Editor’s note: This post by Invincea CEO Anup Ghosh first appeared at LinkedIn. We knew this would be of interest to you and posted it here with the author’s permission.-bg I’ll say it up front, your security program does not work because it is based on three common myths we hold as unquestionable tru...
Oct 11 09:30:00 pm GMT / Latest News from Cloud Computing Journal»

Lenovo debuts Yoga Tablet 2 Pro with 13-inch screen and projector

— Lenovo's Android-based Yoga Tablet 2 Pro, which ultra high-resolution 13-inch screen and an integrated projector, will be out at the end of the month.
Oct 09 07:26:00 pm GMT / Techworld.com Data Centre»

Your IT Strategy – A Differentiation or Source of Customer Dissatisfaction?

— Lady Backup is quite impatient, especially when it comes to technology. I don’t have tolerance for applications being down, devices not connecting, hardware failures… All of the annoying stuff about IT that probably drives most of us crazy. Given that my job is computer-based, I used to lim...
Oct 08 08:38:43 am GMT / EMC Feeds »

Dell’s ready to disrupt the networking industry with Open Networking

— Networks are like human minds - they work better when open. For decades, the networking industry has been stuck in the mainframe era mentality with a proprietary, monolithic structure built for pre-virtualized, client-server implementations using chassis-based switches and is now crying out for disruption. We, at De...
Oct 08 07:01:00 am GMT / Inside Enterprise IT»

IBM Provides Clients Superior Alternative to x86-Based Commodity Servers

— IBM today introduced a new range of systems capable of handling massive amounts of computational data faster at nearly 20 percent better price/performance , than comparable Intel Xeon v3 Processor-based systems – providing clients a superior alternative to closed, commodity-based data center servers. ...
Oct 03 03:22:34 am GMT / IBM Press Releases - Servers - United States»

AMD Demos ARM-Based NFV Solution

— At ARM's TechCon show, AMD officials are showing what they can offer with chips based on both the ARM and x86 architectures.
Oct 02 08:35:00 pm GMT / Virtualization - RSS Feed»

Cisco hopes 30 new Intercloud partners will build more Cisco-based clouds

— On Monday, Cisco added BT, Deutsche Telekom, Equinix to a roster of partners building Cisco-based clouds based on -- yes -- Cisco hardware. Cisco hopes 30 new Intercloud partners will build more Cisco-based clouds originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…
Sep 29 03:03:02 pm GMT / GigaOM Cisco»

AlchemyAPI now recognizes famous faces (and can learn yours, too)

— AlchemyAPI's deep-learning-based system can now be used to tag famous people in photos, or to recognize non-celebrities via labeled images in corporate or social networks. It's the latest -- but not the last -- service the company has released since getting started analyzing text in 2012. AlchemyAPI now recognizes fa...
Sep 25 04:43:21 pm GMT / GigaOM Cloud Computing»

NComputing oneSpace is what Citrix, VMware, and Microsoft keep promising. (They're not just cheapo thin clients for third-world countries anymore!)

— This past June, NComputing launched their oneSpace product which brings together Windows applications, file services, and touch-based clients in a solution that can be deployed on-premises, in the cloud, or in a hybrid way bridging both. After looking...(read more)
Sep 25 06:34:00 am GMT / Brian Madden»

Hitachi LPARs Provide Safe Multi-Tenant Cloud With Intel E5v3

— Hitachi’s Intel Xeon based Compute Blade servers (CB 2000 and CB 500) feature an embedded logical partitioning (LPAR) capability implemented in the blade server firmware, based on technology originally developed for Hitachi mainframe and Unix systems to provide platform partitioning for reliability and quality of...
Sep 16 08:41:48 pm GMT / Hu Yoshida»

Infographic: Keeping Up (and Standing Out) with Managed Services

— Even if you haven’t yet used managed services in your industry, you’re sure to run into one of the newer offerings that promise to do everything but butter your toast. The reality is that demand for managed services is steadily increasing across all industry verticals. Take, for example, the cloud-based managed ser...
Aug 21 05:00:21 pm GMT / GoGrid Blog»

Teradici releases standalone software-only PCoIP host agent which you can install into any* Windows environment!

— Huge news from SIGGRAPH where Teradici just announced that customers can now buy just the PC-over-IP host software and install it as a Windows agent into any machine to get PCoIP-based remote access. Calling it "Teradici PCoIP Workstation Access Software...(read more)
Aug 13 06:58:00 am GMT / Brian Madden»

My First Experiences with a Palo Alto Firewall

— I've been following Palo Alto as a networking company for a couple of years now.  Their claim is that the days of the port-based firewall are dead and that their application-centric approach is a far better way to enforce your access controls.  Take the HTTP protocol for example.  HTTP typically runs as a service on...
Jun 02 10:55:31 pm GMT / Web Admin Blog»

New tech blog on journwe.com

— This blog has been retired. I am now blogging on http://labs.journwe.com. Have a look at my newest blog post: http://labs.journwe.com/2014/04/02/journwes-aws-based-web-application-architecture/ Cheers! Markus
Apr 02 06:58:58 pm GMT / Cloudy Times»

Spanish IaaS provider Gigas picks up an extra $2.7M to fund Latin American push

— The Madrid-based firm says fitting into the Spanish business culture counts for a lot in its quest to take on Amazon Web Services. Spanish IaaS provider Gigas picks up an extra $2.7M to fund Latin American push originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…
Mar 20 11:00:09 am GMT / GigaOM iaas»

Condo Computing (Own the base - Rent the Spike)

— There's a long standing joke in the cloud space. One that can be summed up as  "All your bases R belong to your cloud provider" a play on the pre-internet meme  “all your bases are belong to us” The mantra is one of not only lock-in but one that has become a fundamental cloud business premise based upon w...
Mar 12 10:33:00 am GMT / ElasticVapor - Life in the cloud»