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26 Mar 2017 10 Ways Google Improved Its Cloud At NEXT [61674]
Network World, March 14th, 2017

"Google is putting pressure on Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure in the public IaaS cloud market," reports Brandon Butler in Network World.

"Google cloud is seen by analysts as an up and comer. Company executives will even admit that the past few years Google has not had everything it needs to compete for enterprise customers in the IaaS public cloud market against Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and even IBM.

But they will also tell you that Google is ready now..."
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26 Mar 2017 Darpa's Latest Idea Could Put Today's Turing-Era Computers At Risk [61669]
ITWorld, March 17th, 2017

"Computers shouldn't be just computational tools, but learn like humans," writes Agam Shah in ITWorld.

"The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has come up with some crazy ideas in the past, and its latest idea is to create computers that are always learning and adapting, much like humans.

However, this isn't a far-fetched idea. Mobile devices, computers, and gadgets already have artificial intelligence features, with notable examples being Apple's Siri, Microsoft's Cortana, and Amazon's Alexa..."
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22 Mar 2017 Six Tips For Extracting Big Data Insights [61711]
InformationWeek, March 22nd, 2017

"The CEO of advertising agency Hawthorne Direct offers some tips for marketers as well as the data and IT pros who have to support those marketing initiatives...

Amazon is a market leader at using big data, both in terms of the refined suggestions it offers to consumers, and internally as the company processes millions of transactions and shipments. It reviews all of this information to streamline the customer experience and to refine its own processes. Another example can be found with American Express, which uses predictive analytics to identify the most loyal customers and offer them retention incentives..."
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19 Mar 2017 When Bad Things Happen To Good Clouds: Why You Need A Recovery Plan [61435]
devops.com, March 10th, 2017

"Amazon S3 storage service recently experienced a widespread five-hour outage in its East Coast availability zone," reports Shalabh Goyal in devops.com. "Many next-generation consumer and business applications rely on a cloud storage, so the S3 outage quickly cascaded and temporarily crippled organizations from Netflix to Slack.

Cloud outages like this are normal, and notable because they affect so many businesses. The last significant AWS outage was in August 2016. While Amazon S3 is architected for data durability, that doesn't equal fast recoverability during an outage. As good as cloud platforms are, they still leave a few gaps:..."
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17 Mar 2017 Darpa's Latest Idea Could Put Today's Turing-Era Computers At Risk [61480]
ITWorld, March 17th, 2017

"Computers shouldn't be just computational tools, but learn like humans, DARPA believes...

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has come up with some crazy ideas in the past, and its latest idea is to create computers that are always learning and adapting, much like humans.

However, this isn't a far-fetched idea. Mobile devices, computers, and gadgets already have artificial intelligence features, with notable examples being Apple's Siri, Microsoft's Cortana, and Amazon's Alexa..."
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