Category Archives: Cloud Computing

Blockchain-based storage service takes on Amazon AWS, unveils pricing

Blockchain-based storage service takes on Amazon AWS, unveils pricing A cloud storage service first announced in 2015 that uses the decentralized, peer-to-peer architecture of blockchain to store encrypted data on the computers of users around the globe has unveiled its pricing model and production launch date. Storj Labs, which operates a beta storage service […]

Yes, Google's using your healthcare data – and it's not alone

Yes, Google’s using your healthcare data – and it’s not alone Google is working with one of the largest healthcare systems in the U.S. to collect patient data on millions of Americans in 21 states and across 2,600 hospitals or clinics in order to analyze it and come up with advice for better patient care […]

Zoho launches WorkDrive to put greater focus on teamwork

Zoho launches WorkDrive to put greater focus on teamwork Zoho has overhauled its cloud-based file management platform, placing greater emphasis on team collaboration and offering a single repository for documents across its portfolio of apps. The company, which sells a range of office productivity and line-of-business applications, has offered Zoho Docs as its main […]

Introducing Project Cortex: The future of enterprise knowledge gets a big boost at Ignite

Introducing Project Cortex: The future of enterprise knowledge gets a big boost at Ignite Today, at Microsoft Ignite 2019, Microsoft unveiled Project Cortex (final name to be announced in the first half of 2020), a new service in Microsoft 365 that uses AI to shape organizational data and organize it into shared topics like projects […]

With Windows Virtual Desktop, the bad old days are coming back

With Windows Virtual Desktop, the bad old days are coming back I’ve been saying for a while now that Microsoft wants you to move from Windows on your desktop to Windows as a service. I’ve rarely gotten so little pleasure from saying I was right. In the last few weeks, Microsoft rolled out Windows […]

One simple view to improve SharePoint page and site management

One simple view to improve SharePoint page and site management In the past two months, I’ve had several people ask me a lot of different questions about problems that they were having in SharePoint online sites. Have you had these issues? Pages not showing up in search; News articles visible to some users, but […]

Dropbox launches Spaces, its ‘smart’ collaboration workspace

Dropbox launches Spaces, its ‘smart’ collaboration workspace Dropbox this week launched a collaboration hub designed to let users work together around a variety of documents, another step in the company’s evolution beyond cloud file-sharing into something more focused on productivity.  The San Francisco-based company initially revealed plans for its revamped application –  now called […]

How blockchain is helping the coffee industry count beans

How blockchain is helping the coffee industry count beans Historically, wholesale coffee prices have been volatile, fluctuating widely over time. In the past two years, coffee prices have dropped from a high of $1.55 per pound to a low of 87 cents. Currently, coffee is selling for 99 cents per pound. The volatility in […]

Pay-As-You-Go IT Just Got Easier for Midsize Businesses: Introducing HPE GreenLake for Midmarket

Pay-As-You-Go IT Just Got Easier for Midsize Businesses: Introducing HPE GreenLake for Midmarket If there’s one thing that midmarket companies pride themselves on – and rightly so – it’s their agility. Many mid-sized organizations remember the excitement of their start-up days and still foster the entrepreneurial spirit of those times. Looking forward, they see […]