You might want to rethink the 4TB Seagate ST4000DM000
Cloud backup specialists Backblaze, a company with more than 100 thousand hard drives in operation, decided to have a look at the failure rates of its hard drives, and they don't make pleasant reading for those who own the 4TB Seagate ST4000DM000.
Claims it is the first to meet low-latency data processing demands of Cloud RAN
Nokia has launched an Edge Cloud data centre solution and claims it is the first to meet the stringent and diverse low-latency data processing demands of Cloud RAN and advanced applications for consumers and industries.
Oracle expansion is cool for Catz
Despite upsetting Wall Street with its lacklustre returns from cloud sales, Oracle's CEO Safra Catz claims that she expects an acceleration in the company’s cloud business.
Capable of processing 850 million fully encrypted transactions per day per day
Big Blue has been showing off two new mainframe systems which are widely seen as its latest attempt to get its hardware into cloud data centres.
Cloud-related cyber attacks saw a significant 424 percent jump mainly owing to human error.
Part of a greater cloud expansion
Finnish open source data base outfit MariaDB has written a cheque for the Bulgarian enterprise analytics database company MammothDB.
Most still think on-premise security is better
New research from Barracuda shows that while cloud has been a industry bussword for some time, most EU businesses are clueless when it comes to the technology.
Bipartisan deal will force US Cloud companies to hand over data
Buried in a federal spending bill released late is bipartisan legislation to clarify a law that would require Cloud companies to hand over data stored overseas.
China investigates potentially dead and alive moggies
Alibaba Cloud and the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) built a superconducting quantum computing cloud powered by a quantum processor with 11 quantum bits (qubits) of power.
Paid $13.8 billion tax bill
Software King of the World Microsoft beat the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street’s profit forecast thanks to its growth in its cloud computing business but took a $13.8 billion one-time charge due to the new tax law which enabled it to bring its colossal cash mountain to the US.