Amazon Cloud Service outage causes trouble across the internet

Amazon recently had problems with their datacenters, affecting users all around the world. Many websites reported several issues. Some were inaccessible, and others could not load images properly. Platforms, such as Trello, Quora, IFFT all appeared to be offline during the outage.

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Why flexibility in cloud services is key to success

Cloud Computing is inherently a flexible IT solution, businesses have access to storage and software that scales in real time to meet their needs. This makes cloud services a cost-effective strategy for companies all over the world.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook, right, and PayPal founder Peter Thiel, center, listen as President-elect Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with technology industry leaders at Trump Tower in New York, Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Trump, Net Neutrality and Cloud Computing

In January, Tom Wheeler, then chair of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), left with a warning. Businesses could lose their choice of cloud services and applications, if Trump’s administration rolled back net neutrality rules.

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Protect your business from cyberattacks - part II

How to protect your business from cyberattacks? – Part II

When focusing on cybersecurity, physical security is often overlooked. It’s important to keep it in mind, after all you do not want a disgruntled employee to impact your efforts, by walking out with equipment or data from the company.

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The curious case of Owncloud

Owncloud was founded by Frank Karlitschek in 2010, the vision behind the product was to give users complete control over the cloud. After a successful launch in 2012, ownCloud Inc. was created in the US, raising more than $10 million in venture capital. However, in April 2016, everything fell apart .

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Chrome and Firefox penalize unsafe websites in 2017

Back in 2014 Google announced that HTTPS is go be used by every website. Behind this decision was their desire to create a more secure internet environment for everyone. Around the same time Mozilla began to phase out outdated SSL certificates. Both companies announced that new rules were going to be implemented in 2017.

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