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Viewing entries posted in 2014
Part two of a six-part blog series exploring the history, potential and implications of virtual currencies becoming more widely accepted. In this blog post: the regulatory issues and what is needed for merchant acceptance.
Joe Topjian looks at the strong similarities between web hosting and infrastructure and platforms as a service. But still, he notes, if a user wants to host the application in the cloud, but still manage it themselves, where’s the one-click installer for the cloud?
Part one of a six-part blog series exploring the history, potential and implications of virtual currencies becoming more widely accepted. In this blog post: the issues and challenges surrounding Bitcoin and other digital currencies.
Clearly, we need to change how our networks operate. And with the escalating demands of scientists who want to move big data, as well as everyday consumers who want to stream movies from any device in any location, this change needs to come soon.
In my last post, I talked about how the shift from analog to digital tools revolutionized the way we can edit audio, and how we’ve been able to “virtualize” expensive audio gear, like compressors, into much more affordable plugins. But this is only where virtualization starts to get interesting.
In this post, David Ackerman discusses how the state of the art has evolved since the introduction of digital audio and virtualization of analogue gear.
Wondering if you should look into automation? The Cyber Summit will be running a full-day workshop on getting started, along with a session on the culture changes needed to introduce automation to big or small work environments.
UK developer Andy Dwelly describes his ups and downs with setting up a Dogecoin mining rig.
Crowdfunding is now being used by a surprising variety of groups outside of the startup or commercial space, including researchers and academics.
Using an Android device has become the latest “fad” for tech-savvy folks, particularly when the hackers come in.