Privacy

Cloud technology can help businesses prepare for Brexit

A majority of voters in the United Kingdom chose June 23 to leave the European Union. Business leaders in the UK and across the EU face a period of great uncertainty. While negotiations around the precise terms of the so-called Brexit have yet to begin, speculation on matters such as access to markets, movement of […]

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The state of cloud computing in Europe

Cloud computing is the most touted technology in the global business landscape today. Europe is no exception. There are two main ways we’re seeing businesses take advantage of the cloud in Europe. First, there are the smaller, innovative, and born-on-the-cloud startup companies that use it to help them disrupt existing industries by getting to market faster […]

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Apple’s medical checkup: ResearchKit adds momentum around securely storing medical data in the cloud

Could an Apple a day actually keep the doctor away?  Apple’s ResearchKit, announced in March, is designed to help medical researchers develop applications that gather and analyze medical data, by feeding personal health data from (potentially) more than 700 million iPhones to vast data warehouses. And, at least with the initial round of apps, the […]

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IBM Bluemix Dedicated to your data privacy

As cloud continues to evolve, not a day passes that we fail to hear about advancements in this technology. It’s overwhelming to grasp just how many things are happening in cloud in such a short time. As a cloud evangelist, even I sometimes lose track of what is new and what is changing. Let’s do a […]

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Can the cloud enable an Orwellian nightmare?

Should we stop using cloud services for fear our own information will be used against us?

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Three ways that ogres are like clouds

If you haven’t seen DreamWorks’ movie Shrek, you really should. Not only is it a funny film, but you won’t enjoy this blog as much if you don’t know a little about ogres.

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Executive Corner: Interview with LotusLive Chief Architect Marshall Lamb (Part 1 of 2)

Fang Feng and Neena Richard interviewed IBM LotusLive Chief Architect Marshall Lamb about his perspective on various aspects LotusLive and SaaS, including shifting services to the cloud, collaboration, competitors, data privacy, licensing and more.

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