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  • Moving to the cloud – are you doing it right?

    The importance of having a clear strategy in place when migrating to the cloud cannot be underestimated. Here are essential top tips to keep in mind for any business.

    TechRadar
  • Cloud security challenges in 2020

    Elliot Thompson, Principal Security Consultant at SureCloud, discusses the potential cyber challenges businesses could face in 2020.

    TechRadar
  • 5 trends shaping the cloud in 2020

    Cloud services have seen incredible growth over the past few years, and has revolutionized how many businesses work. But Ubuntu's Stephan Fabel predicts changes in 2020.

    TechRadar
  • Why clouds will always, eventually, fail

    And every other computer will fail too. Is this anyway to run a digital first civilization?

    ZDNet
  • FOX4 Forecast: Fighting clouds but warmer!

    Expect the clouds to decrease throughout the day with clear skies expected later today and overnight.  Temperatures today will return to the mid 50s with lows around 30° tonight. The nice, quiet stretch of weather continues into the rest of the week. Joe's latest podcast: As the weather and the climate changes, an organization in Kansas City is looking at ways of adapting to the changes and work with others to try and affect ways of adapting. The group is called Climate Action KC, and this...

    FOX 4 Kansas City WDAF-TV | News, Weather, Sports
  • City Malaise, Cured by a Cloud Forest?

    Nature did for me what yoga, psychedelics and therapy couldn’t.

    www.nytimes.com
  • Best cloud hosting services in 2019

    Add resources to your website whenever it needs them

    TechRadar
  • Regaining ROI by reducing cloud complexity

    Most large enterprises are running into more complexity than expected – and 47% of companies surveyed saw it as the biggest risk to their ROI.

    VentureBeat
  • Above the clouds: lighting up an imposing London home

    Fog House, by David Adjaye, may be dark and austere on the outside, but step inside and it’s bursting with light and colour Step into the study in Della Burnside’s five-storey home and a clementine corner sofa and matching partition wall, a crimson rug and poof and an exuberant pink feather flapper girl lamp vie for your attention. “The colours all over the house are shocking and bright,” says Burnside. “They suit my personality better than my old house, which was more restrained.” That was a...

    the Guardian
  • Google is shutting down its cloud printing service

    Google Cloud Print users have a year to find an alternative online printing solution.

    TechRadar
  • Google Kills Google Cloud Print

    Another day, another Google service lost. Cloud Print will shut down on December 31, 2020. The post Google Kills Google Cloud Print appeared first on ExtremeTech.

    ExtremeTech
  • Cost management tips for your private cloud

    More predictable workloads can run on-premises for about half the cost of a public cloud solution but managing private cloud costs is still a challenge.

    VentureBeat
  • Google is killing Google Cloud Print

    After a decade of making printing easy, Google just isn't interested anymore.

    arstechnica.com
  • Increasing clouds this afternoon with evening rain chances

    Tuesday, December 10

    KSBW
  • You Can Have Collaborative Software That’s Wary of the Cloud

    Research lab Ink & Switch wants to harness the benefits of productivity and communication without forcing users to give up control of their data.

    www.wired.com
  • Tough EU stance casts further cloud over Libra

    European Union leaders warned digital currencies such as Facebook’s under-fire Libra project would be unable

    Mobile World Live
  • The Aeronauts Soars Highest When It’s Firmly in the Clouds

    As a poetic testament to the human desire for conquering the unknown, complete with stunning IMAX shots of the balloon floating upward in the sky like a needle amongst a field of cotton, The Aeronauts soars.

    pastemagazine.com
  • The Inventory Gift Guide For Cloud Game Streaming

    With the advent of Google’s Stadia, Sony’s recently-cheaper PlayStation’s Now, and Microsoft’s developing xCloud, game streaming might finally be on the verge of becoming normal. Are at least usable for some people. If someone on your list is in that category, they still might need a little bit of hardware. Here’s what they might need.

    The Inventory