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Cloud Computing: Where Are We Now?

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Harvard cracks DNA storage, crams 700 terabytes of data into a single gram

Harvard cracks DNA storage, crams 700 terabytes of data into a single gram | Future Developments in Information Technology. | Scoop.it

A bioengineer and geneticist at Harvard's Wyss Institute have successfully stored 5.5 petabits of data -- around 700 terabytes -- in a single gram of DNA, smashing the previous DNA data density record by a thousand times. 


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A view into the sheer size and power of DNA storage for Information Technology.

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5 things a private cloud is NOT

5 things a private cloud is NOT | Future Developments in Information Technology. | Scoop.it
Hype around cloud computing has led to misconceptions about what the private cloud is, research firm Gartner says (5 things a private cloud is NOT http://t.co/R0QnntrS via admin...)...

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The Ten Principles of 3D Printing

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With prices for the technology decreasing rapidly and quality on the rise, additive manufacturing presents tremendous opportunity  for innovation in industries as diverse as aerospace, consumer goods, and medicine, and has been heralded as the technology that will save American manufacturing. See Science Progress’s primer on 3D printing here, and our analysis of the Obama administration’s latest 3D printing policy proposal here


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A great insight into the basic principles of 3D Printing.

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DNA For Data Storage? Not What You Think It Is

It was widely thought that once the Human Genome Project was complete one would simply have to provide a sample of DNA and the diagnosis of the underlying malaise would be at hand. This is not the case, and will not be the case for some time. Most news is pessimistic except for news on technology breakthroughs, which is overly optimistic.


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A new technology that is in its infancy, an interesting view into the endless possibilities of Information Technology and Computing in the future.

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The 5 cloud risks you have to stop ignoring - InfoWorld (blog)

The 5 cloud risks you have to stop ignoring - InfoWorld (blog) | Future Developments in Information Technology. | Scoop.it

The 5 cloud risks you have to stop ignoring InfoWorld (blog) One of the key tenets of public cloud computing is multitenancy, meaning that multiple, usually unrelated customers share the same computing resources: CPU, storage, memory, namespace,...


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A great article combining Internet Security and Cloud Computing.

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Will 3D Printing Change the World?

"..3D Printing could have a game-changing impact on consumer culture, copyright and patent law, and even the very concept of scarcity on which our economy is based. From at-home repairs to new businesses, from medical to ecological developments, 3D Printing has an undeniably wide range of possibilities which could profoundly change our world."


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A great introduction to 3D Printing.

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Profile of A Cybercriminal [INFOGRAPHIC]

Profile of A Cybercriminal [INFOGRAPHIC] | Future Developments in Information Technology. | Scoop.it

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Another great infographic that shows the rising need for Internet Security and IT solutions to the mounting problems of Cyber Crime world wide.

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Cloud Computing: Where Are We Now?

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4.6m UK consumers have fallen victim to cyber crime, says Deloitte

- Nearly 4.6m UK consumers have had details stolen to buy goods online

 

- Less than half of consumers trust companies to tell the truth about the quality of their data security procedures

 

- Three-quarters want companies to beef up their identity authentication

 

- 88% say it’s the responsibility of the companies who collect their data to keep it secure and protect them from fraud

 

- Two-thirds of consumers said they were more likely to use companies that went out of their way to show customers they kept their information safe


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A set of Statistics that show the vulnerability of users in the growing age of Information Technology, underpinning the need for Cyber Security.

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Information Storage in DNA

George Church on read/write DNA for digital memory storage (video 6min) http://vimeo.com/47615970


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A brilliant video, perfect for introducing people to the idea of Storing Digital information within DNA.

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The White House Is Finalizing An Executive Order On Cybersecurity

With Capitol Hill and the media both focusing on the “fiscal cliff,” the White House has quietly...

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As technology grows and online Security becomes threatened everyone is looking to new solutions for their problems, as governments and companies alike seek out protection, the field of Cyber Security can only grow.

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NATO works to define rules for cyber warfare

NATO works to define rules for cyber warfare | Future Developments in Information Technology. | Scoop.it
Recent explosion of cyber attacks worldwide demonstrating the difficulty to maintain order and stability in the cyberspace, within individual states and among the states themselves. Deterrence stra...

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Cyber Warfare is a growing threat to the world at large.  Many steps are being taken in the field of Internet Security to protect countries and their citizens from Cyber Criminals.

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Nanotechnology's Revolutionary Next Phase

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The fruition of atomically precise manufacturing (APM) — nanotech’s next phase — promises to create such “radical abundance” that it will not only change industry but civilization itself.
At least that’s the view of Eric Drexler, considered by most to be the father of nanotechnology. An American engineer, technologist and author with three degrees from M.I.T., Drexler is currently at the “Programme on the Impacts of Future Technology” at Oxford University in the U.K.

Forbes.com questioned Drexler about points discussed in his forthcoming book, Radical Abundance: How a Revolution in Nanotechnology Will Change Civilization, due out in May.


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An interesting look at the future posibilities of Nanotechnology on the Atomic Scale.

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How Will 3D Printing Impact The Manufacturing Industry?

How Will 3D Printing Impact The Manufacturing Industry? | Future Developments in Information Technology. | Scoop.it
The 3D printing industry is expected to change the landscape of the manufacturing industry over the next decade. The technology has been around since 1980s; however, more recently, it has come into the spotlight.

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3D printing is one of the newest frontiers for Engineering and Information Technologies in the future.  It is a relatively old technology, having existed for 30 years already, however recently, with the decrease in hardware size and needs 3D printing has caught many peoples eyes.

 

I think that in the current growth market of Information Technology, 3D Printing could be one of the next big growth markets, especially when you consider its ability to create extremely small and technically advanced pieces of machinery, like say, Computer Components?

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INFOGRAPHIC: The State of SaaS | Staff.com Blog

INFOGRAPHIC: The State of SaaS | Staff.com Blog | Future Developments in Information Technology. | Scoop.it

According to the information technology research firm Gartner, Software-as-a-Service (abbreviated SaaS) will continue to experience healthy growth through 2015, when worldwide revenue is projected to reach around $22 billion.

According to the information technology research firm Gartner, Software-as-a-Service (abbreviated SaaS) will continue to experience healthy growth through 2015, when worldwide revenue is projected to reach around $22 billion. - See more at: http://www.staff.com/blog/the-state-of-saas-infographic/#sthash.AiNFngul.dpuf


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Software as a service, often referred to as "on-demand software" supplied by Software developers, is a software delivery model in which software and associated data are centrally hosted on the cloud.


This Infographic shows us the growing need for both Software Developers using this delivery method and the growth of Cloud Computing in relation to Software Development.


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