Today we complete our look at Cloud Computing with Rackspace, a lesser-known but very important company in the Cloud realm.
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Google has been working in the cloud space for some time, and is primarily known for their Google Apps programs, which include: Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs, Google Sites and much more.
Google argues that cloud computing is the way of the future for a variety of different reasons. Google Docs, for instance, offers a level of online collaboration not seen in standard software-based solutions.
We continue our look at the major players in Cloud Computing this week with one of its innovators – Amazon Web Services.
As Amazon.com grew, it built powerful cloud-based hardware solutions to grow with them. Amazon Web Services takes this cloud architecture and offers it to businesses across the world.
Cloud Computing is a hot topic in technology circles – the technology is consistently getting better and better, and more and more companies are coming into the cloud computing fold. With so much going on in the cloud space, we wanted to provide a few blog entries designed to help you recognize some of the […]
If you’re reading this, then you’ve probably just finished the port scan from tools.spirinet.com and have open ports you want to close. Closing ports on your system is relatively easy, and I’ll be walking you through the steps you need to take in order to close them. You will need to make sure that you […]
The topic of password strength is an important one, especially since passwords are used everywhere these days. When creating a password, it is generally a good idea to make it at least 8 characters and use numbers throughout it. Using symbols will make it even stronger. Let’s go over some reasons why weak passwords are […]
Public Wi-Fi has always been an insecure environment, but it’s gotten much worse lately. Not too long ago, there was a Firefox add-on released called Firesheep. It works by capturing or “sniffing” packets on the network you’re connected to. It will look for any connections to the sites it recognizes. If a user logs in […]
Technology moves fast. It’s sometimes tough to keep up with all the changes that are happening in the industry today. One of the biggest questions I’ve been asked is what is the difference between 32-bit operating systems and 64-bit operating systems and is there any benefit? Today, I’m going to cover some of the pros […]
Wireless networks are everywhere. You’ll find them in airports, trains, cafe’s, businesses, homes, and many other places. Consumers commonly work with sensitive data on the internet such as financial records, medical records, and sensitive emails. Since wireless networks have become so common, it’s important to understand why you should encrypt your wireless network as well […]