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13 Aug 2017 Pros And Cons Of Accepting Bitcoin As A Payment Method [65450]
Business 2 Community, August 3th, 2017

Christopher Moore writes in Business 2 Community, "As an e-commerce store owner, you want to provide users with as many payment options as possible, but you don't want to increase your own risk for fraudulent payments. Increased options for your customers mean increased conversions and sales.

Bitcoins hasn't hit mainstream just yet, but several large organizations, including Amazon, have discussed offering it as a payment option. Large organizations have the budget to maintain risk, but small businesses must limit as much of it as possible. If you're considering bitcoin for your customers, here are some pros and cons..."
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03 Aug 2017 Pros And Cons Of Accepting Bitcoin As A Payment Method [65373]
Business 2 Community, August 3th, 2017

"As an e-commerce store owner, you want to provide users with as many payment options as possible, but you don't want to increase your own risk for fraudulent payments. Increased options for your customers mean increased conversions and sales. Bitcoins hasn't hit mainstream just yet, but several large organizations, including Amazon, have discussed offering it as a payment option. Large organizations have the budget to maintain risk, but small businesses must limit as much of it as possible. If you're considering bitcoin for your customers, here are some pros and cons..."
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24 Jul 2017 Old Database Problems In A New Guise: As A Service [65168]
InformationWeek, July 24th 2017

"Interest in database as a service -- such as Amazon's MySQL re-architected for the cloud, Aurora database service -- is increasing, and Microsoft has jumped into the act with its own relational service, known as Azure SQL.

But cloud operations in themselves will impose new problems on database response times and scalability.

When it comes to being "the white knight of enterprise IT needs' cloud services don't free IT from all concerns about availability and performance, despite marketing to the contrary," wrote the database experts at ScaleArc, a supplier of database load balancing software..."
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23 Jul 2017 Why serverless? Meet AWS Lambda [64967]
Javaworld, July 5th 2017

Pete Johnson offers, in Javaworld, "A first-hand, step-by-step look at the ease and simplicity of Amazon's 'function as a service' platform...

Why would a developer use AWS Lambda? In a word, simplicity. AWS Lambda - and other event-driven, 'function-as-a-service' platforms such as Microsoft Azure Functions, Google Cloud Functions, and IBM OpenWhisk - simplify development by abstracting away everything in the stack below the code. Developers write functions that respond to certain events (a form submission, a webhook, a row added to a database, etc.), upload their code, and pay only when that code executes..."
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19 Jul 2017 Largest Data Center Companies [65039]
Datamation, July 19th 2017

"When an organization needs a data center, it doesn't necessarily build and operate that data center on its own. Instead, they turn to the many different vendors offer both wholesale and retail data center services.

In fact, the market for data center services seems to be expanding rapidly. The trend toward cloud computing has been a boon to data center providers as many of them count companies like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud and IBM among their customers. According to Structure Research, the colocation market was worth $33.59 billion in 2016, a number that is likely to grow 15.2 percent in 2017. And 451 Research predicts that the wholesale and retail colocation markets could be worth $48 billion by 2021..."
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