What if there were widely accepted standards for cloud security and, better yet, a universally recognized designation for "trusted" cloud providers?The basic promise of cloud computing is undeniably appealing: Increase efficiency and reduce cost by taking advantage of flexibly pooled computing resou ...
What if there were widely accepted standards for cloud security and, better yet, a universally recognized designation for “trusted” cloud providers?
The basic promise of cloud computing is undeniably appealing: Increase efficiency and reduce cost by taking advantage of flexibly pooled computing resources managed by somebody else.
Indeed, as Bill Brenner of CSO [...]
I'am using since few year F14.
Today i have install F17 64bits.
Its working well.
I have make 2 partitions : 1 for System an another one for Work.
By default install put my "bureau" count to \home\bureau but i wouldike to have it in \TRAVAIL\bureau.
Hier j'ai fais une mise à jour de KDE, en premier en virtuel (virtualbox), puis, hier soir, en vrai.
Sur mon PC virtuel, que j'ai utilisé une partie de la journée, je n'ai eût aucunes bizarreries...et j'ai donc tenté la mise à jour sur mon PC réel.
-Après redémarrage, en virtuel, mon bureau était identique à l'avant mise à jour.
En réel, j'ai trouvé mes deux bureau sans dessus-dessous!
Tech giant Hewlett-Packard (HP) (NYSE: HPQ) is expanding the offerings in its Converged Cloud portfolio, which it launched in April.
Announced at HP Discover 2012, held June 4-7 in Las Vegas, the new offerings include the “cloud bursting” capabilities of HP CloudSystem, cloud printing solutions and two new cloud certifications through its HP ExpertONE training and certification program — the
Optus is leveraging parent company Singtel’s cloud services with its expanded cloud offerings for the Australian market in what a leading market analyst says is a clear indication of Singtel’s intentions to roll out a uniform regional cloud offer and to boost its pan-Asian position in the cloud computing market.
Dreamhost has built a public cloud service called DreamCompute that is built on OpenStack, the open cloud infrastructure. The new infrastructure as a service (IaaS) shows how a federated, universal cloud shows market promise to give customers a greater choice from open and proprietary offerings.
Dreamhost, a longstanding hosting provider, has over the past few years been active in OpenStack.