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Windows 10 released in July

Microsoft has just announced that Windows 10 will be released as a free update on 29th July 2015. This will be the last major release of the operating system, as after 29 years Microsoft will be switching to a cloud ‘Windows as a Service’ system. This will see updates rolled out automatically when ready. In…
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Making the most of your cloud migration

It’s surprising how many organisations want to migrate to the cloud because it is the ‘thing to do. To truly benefit from the technology, it’s vital to have a plan in place. Here are four tips to help ensure you receive the most from cloud migration: Plan ahead First of all, you need to know…
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Yahoo tests ear-based identification systems for smartphones

Yahoo is currently working on a method of unlocking your mobile phone through ear-print technology. Fingerprint scanners on mobile devices are increasingly popular, although they can be costly to manufacture. Yahoo is looking to use a phone’s touch screen to identify users and by looking into new methods of authentication, consequently technology prices will also…
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21st century technology trends

When historians and students look back on the 21st century, what will they list as the highlights? Wearable cloud technology? Wars, natural disasters and political turning points will naturally always be the main features of any history book, but what will be said about cloud computing technology and our technological developments? If the Internet was…
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Cloud Computing for start-up businesses

Technology can help a start-up business thrive, but few know that it can also harm the business if you are unable to keep up with its latest advances. For start-ups, the cloud is undoubtedly much cheaper and easier to use, with automatic patching and upgrades protecting users from the latest threats. Typically start-ups do not…
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Cloud computing technology: Always connected

Thanks to Cloud Computing, on average there are now 7.4 internet devices in each British home, and four out of ten of these households have purchased a tablet in the last year. A recent YouGov survey of over 2,000 customers found that smartphones were the most common of all internet-enabled devices at 1.7 per household,…
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The growth of the industry cloud

Cloud computing is a well-known blanket term that encompasses technology subcategories including: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS), Voice as a Service (VaaS), Recovery as a Service (RaaS), Desktop as a Service (DaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS). There are also different blends of cloud computing, including public clouds, private…
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