Global web host Amazon Web Services launched its AWS EdStart start-up accelerator last year, but is already seeing impressive results for at least two Australian entrepreneurs.
Research indicates cloud computing skills are in demand, yet the demand for skilled engineers and architects outpaces the availability of such people. Global cloud platform AWS says it’s providing content to educational institutions to bridge this gap.
Back-up and disaster recovery company Veeam has left a database of its own customers' data, amounting to more than 200GB and including details of more than 445 million customers, exposed on an Amazon-hosted IP, a security researcher says.
What's with this 50MBPS and 100MBPS BS? Airport lounge WiFi in San Francisco: 135MBPS. In Dubai 230MBPS.
Government claims product is "Secure", at the same time argues they can be trusted to have backdoors in products.They can[…]
Good job Sam.It is very simple. The initial plan was good - 1gbps to your home. But onion eating Prime[…]
Thanks Sam for telling it how it is.A bit like how our economy and the state of the Nation has[…]
Thanks Sam for debunking these alternative facts