How Cloud Computing Works ?

| April 26, 2016

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This session is about Cloud Computing and how it works. Cloud computing is computing in which large groups of remote servers are networked to allow the centralized data storage, and online access to computer services or resources. Clouds can be classified as public, private or hybrid.

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Netswitch Technology Management

Netswitch Delivers MADROC® an advanced threat protection security platform designed to integrate multiple point solutions into a single, unified monitoring system. It combines traditional High-wall protection with advanced behavioral analytics that can identify sophisticated threat vectors and shut them down at the source. MADROC® controls and monitors a heterogeneous mix of IT technology from top to bottom at every touch-point, and it provides compete intrusion detection and prevention along with event management and immediate alerting and attack remediation. It not only manages network and Internet security but also every infrastructure component, from servers to mobile devices, network devices and flow, applications, firewalls, databases, storage systems, virtualization, gateways, email and directory services. It also provides auditable and verified compliance with all HIPAA, SOX and PCI-DSS regulatory requirements.

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Cloud Computing Against The Coronavirus

Article | March 4, 2020

The three main technological giants of China: Alibaba, Baidu and Tencent, have opened their artificial intelligence (AI) and cloud computing technologies to researchers for free, with the aim of accelerating the research and development process (R&D) D) of new medications and vaccines for coronavirus.Alibaba Cloud , Alibaba's cloud computing division, will offer its technology, which can be used in viral gene sequencing, protein detection and other research efforts, free of charge to research institutions, to help with The investigation into possible treatments for the disease said The company on Wednesday.Alibaba Cloud has also joined forces with the Global Health Drug Discovery Institute (GHDDI) to develop an AI-based BigD and drug R&D platform, which will provide data for the scientific research of coronavirus through the analysis and integration of historical medical data of other coronaviruses, including SARS and MERS.

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Manx Telecom Signs 5 Year SaaS Deal with Cerillion

Article | April 6, 2020

Cerillion announced a major contract extension with Manx Telecom, which will see them upgrade to Cerillion 8 and move to a new SaaS agreement based on Cerillion’s Evergreen Software Model, including five years of support and maintenance. Manx Telecom is the leading communication solutions provider on the Isle of Man, offering a full range of fixed line, mobile, broadband, data, hosting, and managed services, to consumers, businesses, and the public sector. The Cerillion solution will be implemented on a new private cloud platform, providing the ideal balance between flexibility and control, and benefitting from the latest virtualisation and cloud-native technologies.By upgrading to Cerillion 8, the Operator will take advantage of the full capabilities in the Cerillion suite including the latest version of CRM Plus with a completely redesigned user experience which increases customer service efficiency through task-based navigation and smart search; Enterprise Product Catalogue – which accelerates time-to-market by streamlining the product launch cycle for both consumer and corporate services; and Convergent Charging System – a 5G-ready solution for monetising the next generation of digital services.

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Big Tech Could Emerge From Coronavirus Crisis Stronger Than Ever

Article | March 24, 2020

While the rest of the economy is tanking from the crippling impact of the coronavirus, business at the biggest technology companies is holding steady even thriving.Amazon said it was hiring 100,000 warehouse workers to meet surging demand. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, said traffic for video calling and messaging had exploded. Microsoft said the numbers using its software for online collaboration had climbed nearly 40 percent in a week.With people told to work from home and stay away from others, the pandemic has deepened reliance on services from the technology industry’s biggest companies while accelerating trends that were already benefiting them.Amazon has muscled in on brick-and-mortar retailers for years, but shoppers now reluctant to go to the store are turning to the e-commerce giant for a wider variety of goods, like groceries and over the counter drugs.

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Cloud the next destination of geospatial

Article | February 28, 2020

Think of a time, when you have used a map to find a café for your family dinner. Or perhaps, you used it to look for a newly opened fashion store in your neighborhood. Working with location technology day in and out, I am fascinated by the journey of maps- from paper to a tap on the phone. I have never been more energized by the growth of these location technologies having an impact on our daily lives, the way we work and interact. The beauty of maps, however, is that they can be used in a variety of forms, beyond just navigating roads and finding landmark buildings. Location mapping and technologies, as companies are now finding out, is helping businesses small and large across the world, to combine geography with business intelligence, thus enabling them to make faster and efficient business decisions.

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Spotlight

Netswitch Technology Management

Netswitch Delivers MADROC® an advanced threat protection security platform designed to integrate multiple point solutions into a single, unified monitoring system. It combines traditional High-wall protection with advanced behavioral analytics that can identify sophisticated threat vectors and shut them down at the source. MADROC® controls and monitors a heterogeneous mix of IT technology from top to bottom at every touch-point, and it provides compete intrusion detection and prevention along with event management and immediate alerting and attack remediation. It not only manages network and Internet security but also every infrastructure component, from servers to mobile devices, network devices and flow, applications, firewalls, databases, storage systems, virtualization, gateways, email and directory services. It also provides auditable and verified compliance with all HIPAA, SOX and PCI-DSS regulatory requirements.

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