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nytimes.com | February 28, 2020
The computer engine rooms that power the digital economy have become surprisingly energy efficient.A new study of data centers globally found that while their computing output jumped sixfold from 2010 to 2018, their energy consumption rose only 6 percent. The scientists’ findings suggest concerns that the rise of mammoth data centers would generate a surge in electricity demand and pollution have been greatly overstated.The major force behind the improving efficiency is the shift to cloud ...
Blackbaud | July 18, 2020
American cloud software firm Blackbaud has confessed to having been hit by ransomware and paying a ransom as it was unable to block the attack before its data was exfiltrated, though it managed to prevent the encryption taking place.
The company, which refers to itself as the world’s leading cloud software company powering social good, said in a statement that the data had been exfiltrated, using PowerShell scripts as is the usual practice, in May.
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Ubuntu, Oracle | May 26, 2021
Canonical, in collaboration with Oracle, announces the release of an optimized Ubuntu image for the launch of the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Ampere A1 Compute. Customers of Oracle Cloud will benefit from running the most popular cloud operating system, Ubuntu, on a secure, scalable, and cost-effective infrastructure.
“Ubuntu on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Ampere A1 Compute delivers a high-performing and cost-effective solution for all workloads.” “Ubun...
Netwrix | January 13, 2021
The report reveals that over half (54%) of organizations that store customer data in the cloud had security incidents in 2020. As a result, as many as 62% of organizations plan to remove sensitive data from the cloud or have already done so to improve their data security.
The survey found that the most common types of cloud security incidents in 2020 were phishing (reported by 40% of organizations), ransomware or other malware (24%), and accidental data leakage (17%). Over half of...
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