Federal cyber incidents grew an astounding 1,300% between 2006 and 2015

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That’s one amazingly scary number: Since 2006 cyber incidents involving the Federal government have grown 1,300%. Another Government Accountability Office report on Federal cybersecurity out this week offers little in the way of optimism for the cyber-safeguard of the massive resources the government has control over. More on Network World: Network security weaknesses plague federal agencies + “Federal information systems and networks are inherently at risk.

Fountainhead: Why Utility Computing Failed (But Cloud Computing.

Fountainhead

Since about 2006 I’ve been involved with data center IT automation. ► 2006. (2). skip to main | skip to sidebar. Fountainhead. Insights into Data Center Infrastructure, Virtualization, and Cloud Computing. Monday, January 24, 2011. Why Utility Computing Failed (But Cloud Computing Didnt). Back then I started with Cassatt, one of the first companies trying to automate infrastructure components in the data center.

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Google Has Spent $21 Billion on Data Centers

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Google has invested more than $21 billion in its Internet infrastructure since the company began building its own custom data centers in 2006. Featured

IBM breaks tape storage world record with 330 TB of uncompressed data on palm-sized cartridge

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IBM's new record in storage fits 201 gigabits per square inch on magnetic tape, marking the firm's fifth world record since 2006

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Amazon AWS: Dominating In Cloudcomputing, Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence and IoT

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We have been tracking Amazon for years, but as a reference point consider that in November 2006 BusinessWeek ran a cover story with the title "Jeff Bezos' Risky Bet" where the concept of cloud computing as a business model disruptor was catapulted into the mainstream. Research Team.

Google Spends $1.6 Billion in 3 Months on its Data Centers

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Goodbye, NAC. Hello, software-defined perimeter

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Those of us who’ve been around security technology for a while will remember the prodigious rise of network access control (NAC) around 2006. Now, the ideas around NAC had been around for several years beforehand, but 2006 gave us Cisco’s network admission control (aka Cisco NAC), Microsoft’s network access protection (NAP) and then a whole bunch of venture-backed NAC startups (ConSentry, Lockdown Networks, Mirage Networks, etc.). In 2006, wireless networking based upon 802.11

Ballmer: Microsoft has 1 Million Servers » Data Center Knowledge

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The End Of Flash

Forrester IT

When I started at Forrester in 2006, Flash ran neck and neck […]. This morning, Adobe announced that it will end support for the Flash Player at the end of 2020. Over the past 20 years, digital firms have used Flash content for everything from clickable ads to games to interactive learning and rich internet applications.

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From PC Break/Fix to CloudMASTER®

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Although Amazon Web Services had been offering its Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) since 2006, browser-based enterprise applications from companies like Google had only been around since 2009.

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When Using Cloud Computing to Replicate is the Right Idea

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Pop quiz: Who invented cloud computing?

David Linthicum

Some say it was Amazon.com in 2006. "Who invented cloud computing? Others say it was Google a few years earlier. But it''s all a matter of perspective. We have video proof that cloud computing was really invented in 1994 by AT&T." Wire Magazine posted an article with a clip that clearly proves AT&T invented the cloud. Well, it proves AT&T created a video that claims it invented the cloud. But I''m not convinced that''s where the term "the cloud" was born. read more.

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2014 Federal Intelligence Summit - Washington, DC

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Long served as the Deputy Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency from May 2006 until July 2010. Previously, she was the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (Policy, Requirements, and Resources) from June 2003 until May 2006.

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Going Dutch: Digital Realty Partners With KPN in Netherlands.

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QuintessenceLabs: Advanced quantum cybersecurity products with high-speed true random numbers, encryption key management, and one time pad encryption.

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Founded in 2006, QuintessenceLabs addresses the most difficult security challenges facing companies, helping implement robust security strategies to protect data today and in the future. Research Team. QuintessenceLabs delivers a trusted security foundation protecting sensitive data on your premises, in the cloud or in uncontrolled environments.

London Calling! An AWS Region is coming to the UK!

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Leading UK organizations were among the early adopters of the cloud when we first started AWS back in 2006 and we continue to help them drive increased agility, lower IT costs, and easily scale globally.

Department of Veterans Affairs Cancels $36 Million Cloud Contract

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Digital Realty Plans Huge Expansion in Ashburn » Data Center.

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Harvesting Big Data: How Farm Fields Boost Data Center Demand.

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GI Partners Buys LA Telecom Hub One Wilshire » Data Center.

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Equinix Testing Fuel Cell for Use in Fire Suppression » Data Center.

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ENIAC: The World’s First Computer Has Finally Been Resurrected

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Ross Perot’s staffers did just that in 2006, when their boss declared that he wanted to decorate his Plano, Texas, headquarters with relics from computing history. By Vijay Prabhu. From Wired: Eccentric billionaires are tough to impress, so their minions must always think big when handed vague assignments.

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Are You Up in the Air with Cloud Computing Benefits? » Data Center.

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Analytics Re-shaping IT Operations & Gaining Strong Momentum.

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Secret Service IT security lambasted by Homeland Security inspector general

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More on Network World: Federal cyber incidents grew an astounding 1,300% between 2006 and 2015 + To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click hereFor now, the US Secret Service has no reasonable assurance that its information systems are properly secured to protect Law Enforcement Sensitive case management information.

Managing What Matters In the Cloud: The Apps » Data Center.

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New Numbers: Who Has the Most Web Servers? » Data Center.

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Refining Your Criteria for Data Center Site Selection » Data Center.

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Peak Hosting is Anchor for Digital Realty Project » Data Center.

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OVH Builds Custom Servers at its Data Centers » Data Center.

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CloudFlare Shifts to Quanta for New Servers - Data Center Knowledge

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Virtual Application Delivery with Microsoft App-V

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Microsoft acquired a company called Softricity in 2006. If you keep up with the latest technology news, it seems like virtualization is happening in every corner of the IT world. It might be a surprise to you that Microsoft App-V has actually been around for a while.

Geographic and Risk Mitigation Factors in Selecting a Datacenter Site

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