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With more and different information being collected each second by insurance carriers and the methods in which that content is being collected also changing rapidly, many insurance carriers are looking closely at their enterprise content management...
Do you know what happens in one minute on the Internet? In just one minute, more than 204 million emails are sent. Amazon rings up about $83,000 in sales. Around 20 million photos are viewed and 3,000 ...
The head of Intel's Interaction and Experience Research group says to understand future technology, you have to understand one of mankind's oldest desires: the wish to tell and hear ever-better stories.
On the Gartner 2012 Hype Cycle, Hybrid Cloud Computing has just entered the Peak of Inflated Expectations; Private Cloud Computing has just left the Peak of Inflated Expectations; and Cloud Computing has just entered the Trough of Disillusionment.
Datacenters use massive amounts of energy. Cooling them requires even more of it. So why not use natural resources to ease the pain?
Norway’s Green Mountain Data Center is doing just that. The facility plans to use cold water from a nearby fjord to cool its computers.
It’s not the only natural feature of the facility, either: the datacenter is located inside concrete buildings within caves carved into the side of a mountain on the island of Rennesoy. What is already naturally cool will be even cooler once the 46-degree-Fahrenheit (8-degree-Celsius) fjord water comes into the picture.
Norwegian shipping firm Smedvig, IT services firm ErgoGroup and utility company Lyse Energi are behind the project, located in halls once used as a storage area for NATO ammunition.
The project will begin construction in January, with a phase that encompasses 75,000 sq. ft. of space.
The reign of the personal computer as the sole corporate access device is coming to a close, and by 2014, the personal cloud will replace the personal computer at the center of users' digital lives, according to Gartner, Inc.
Business 2 Community 2013 Roundup of Mobility, Smartphone and Tablet Forecasts & Market Estimates Business 2 Community For many companies, getting their mobility strategies off the ground and successful is the highest priority project they have in...
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