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IBM To Invest $1 Billion In Flash Technology Research, Reflecting Obsolescence Of Hard Disk Drives

IBM To Invest $1 Billion In Flash Technology Research, Reflecting Obsolescence Of Hard Disk Drives | New Technology Trends | Scoop.it

IBM plans to invest $1 billion in research to design, create and integrate Flash into its servers, storage systems and middleware, a reflection of the changing requirements needed for companies to manage massive amounts of data.


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Why Bitcoin Is Going to Succeed: The Reason Nobody Is Talking About

Why Bitcoin Is Going to Succeed: The Reason Nobody Is Talking About | New Technology Trends | Scoop.it

Why Bitcoin Is Going to Succeed: The Reason Nobody Is Talking About (#Bitcoin. The first project of it's kind in human history A better workforce than #Microsoft, #Google, #IBM.


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Cloud Computing Gets Deeper and More Strategic, Survey Shows - Forbes

Cloud Computing Gets Deeper and More Strategic, Survey Shows - Forbes | New Technology Trends | Scoop.it
Close to two-fifths of organizations now run private clouds in one form or another, and one-fourth are using public cloud services in an enterprise capacity.

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, April 16, 2013 5:16 PM

Quite encouraging: "Benefits seen from the use of public cloud services include the fact that there is no need for data center, hardware, administration to fuss with (cited by 44% of SaaS adopters), the ability to rapidly  start applications (43%), scalability on demand (33%) and the fact there are little or no upfront costs (29%)."

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U.S. Army Selects Windward Technology for Task Management Software | Business School

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Telling Stories with Maps

Use your data to tell a story with maps, simply. ArcGIS Online lets you upload data, create a map and a web app, save them, and share them, easily, for free....

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Bonnie Bracey Sutton's curator insight, April 17, 2013 6:20 AM

Many of us use gis . it can be wonderful in education. I am still learning and fascinated with the images. what creative use we can make of this!

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Technology, Digital Health and the Frankenstein Syndrome

Technology, Digital Health and the Frankenstein Syndrome | New Technology Trends | Scoop.it

Does Moore’s Law apply to advances in the biological sciences? Will advances like artificial hips, cardiac pacemakers and spinal stimulators for pain be only the beginning of the realization of how humanity will be “re-engineered”" to take fuller and richer advantage of what science offers us?


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Cloud Computing: Technology of Tomorrow | Visual.ly

Cloud Computing: Technology of Tomorrow | Visual.ly | New Technology Trends | Scoop.it

65% of companies that use cloud computing report that a faster response time was a driving reason to adopt this IT technology.


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Cloud Computing: Getting the Basics | Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing: Getting the Basics | Cloud Computing | New Technology Trends | Scoop.it
Cloud computing might still not be well understood, so here are some resources to help you grasp the fundamentals and explain it to others.

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, April 16, 2013 5:06 PM

Pretty resource for those who need a quick explanation on what Cloud Computing is,

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Rosenzweig Forum on Technology and the Humanities | sponsored by CHNM, CNDLS, and MITH

RT @UMD_MITH: Rosenzweig Forum on Technology and the Humanities: Preserving & Interpreting Born-Digital Collections: http://t.co/Grvwgu3Pfw
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