Google Brings Cloud Services Together Under ‘Google Cloud' Brand

September 29, 2016 | Web Hosting News
Among the announcements at Google's Horizon event, the company told attendees to expect 8 new regions for Google Cloud Platform to go live next year. ...read more
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Will Internet of Things Ignite Power by the Hour?

September 29, 2016 | Web Hosting News
The consumption-based model appears to be pretty powerful for unlocking a lot of opportunity, but we have to be careful how we get to it, says Mark Patel, a McKinsey partner. ...read more
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Intel and Cloudera Introduce Open Source Cybersecurity Project Apache Spot

September 29, 2016 | Web Hosting News
Intel and Cloudera have donated a machine learning threat intelligence project, called Apache Spot, to the Apache Software Foundation. ...read more
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Addressing the IoT Security Problem

September 29, 2016 | Web Hosting News
"OVH, a major Web hosting provider based in France, said in a post on Twitter this week that it was recently the victim of an even more massive attack ... ...read more
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XenApp and XenDesktop Provider Norskale Acquired by Cloud Company Citrix

September 29, 2016 | Web Hosting News
Citrix recently announced the acquisition of Norskale, a provider of XenApp and XenDesktop. Citrix is a cloud computing technologies company based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The company was created in 1989 and offers services for desktop, server and application virtualization, along with software-as-a-service and networking options. Norskale is a software dealer with a global presence in the United States, Japan, Europe and South Africa. They
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Buyout firms ready bids for web domain giant

September 29, 2016 | Web Hosting News
Two of Europe's biggest providers of web hosting services are teaming up with private equity groups in a bid to win control of a British-based rival ... ...read more
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State-Sponsored Actors Not Likely Behind Yahoo Breach

September 29, 2016 | Web Hosting News
A report from InfoArmor, a cybersecurity firm in Arizona, shows state-sponsored actors are not likely behind the Yahoo breach. The company believes the theft of a half-billion Yahoo user credentials was carried out by cybercriminals in Eastern Europe. The breach was announced by Yahoo last week and they blamed it on a state-sponsored actor in an official statement. InfoArmor has analyzed intelligence from many different sources and believes many
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Record Cybercrime Assault Using Hacked Cameras

September 29, 2016 | Web Hosting News
It strained the network of Akamai Technologies Inc, Krebs' network provider, to the extent that they were forced to stop hosting. The site was forced ... ...read more
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Report: Cybercriminals, Not State-Sponsored Actors, Likely Behind Yahoo Breach

September 29, 2016 | Web Hosting News
The theft of 500 million Yahoo user credentials was carried out by a gang of cybercriminals based in Eastern Europe, and possibly not a "state-sponsored actor" as the company has claimed. ...read more
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DreamHost Launches Improved Email Experience for All Customers

September 29, 2016 | Web Hosting News
LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Sep 29, 2016) - DreamHost®, a leader in web hosting and cloud services for WordPress users worldwide, ... ...read more
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