cloud storage

See the following -

Clarivate Analytics Advances Scientific Research Process with the Release of EndNote X8

Press Release | Clarivate Analytics | November 14, 2016

Clarivate Analytics, formerly the Intellectual Property & Science business of Thomson Reuters today announced the availability of EndNote™ X8, the next iteration of the leading software for researchers, librarians and students to find, manage and create bibliographies, citations and references to research smarter. Research collaboration has taken on a whole new meaning in the digital age. From 1998 through 2011, papers with 50 or more authors doubled in quantity from roughly 500 per year to more than 1,000. With research on the rise, the latest version of EndNote addresses this trend and enables researchers to work smarter to produce novel research no matter where their location...

Read More »

Google Cloud Storage, Zmanda Connect for New Service

Chris Preimesberger | eWeek | March 8, 2012

Zmanda provides its flagship network backup suite, Amanda Enterprise, as the connecting software, and Google chips in with its cloud storage capacity. Read More »

HPC Research Custer Get Red Hat OpenStack Private Cloud

Anthony Adshead | Computer Weekly | January 14, 2016

EMedLab, a partnership of seven research and academic institutions, has built a private cloud 5.5PB high-performance computing (HPC) cluster with Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack using Cinder block storage and IBM’s Spectrum Scale (formerly GPFS) parallel file system. The organisation rejected use of object storage – an emerging choice for very large capacity research data use cases – and also rejected use of the public cloud because of concerns over control and security of data...

Read More »

Microsoft Reluctantly Bows To Linux Users

Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols | ZDNet | January 2, 2012

Ace Microsoft reporter Mary Jo Foley swears she's not drinking. Microsoft really is getting ready to enable customers to make Linux and Windows virtual machines (VMs) persistent on Windows Azure, its public platform-as-a-service (PaaS) cloud service. Read More »

Open Source to the Rescue in Puerto Rico

Darius Tahir and Arthur Allen | Politico | October 16, 2017

This week, a collaboration of private sector companies, the government, and not-for-profits hopes to deliver an EHR system to help Puerto Rico recover from Hurricane Maria, project leader Luis Belen told Morning eHealth's Darius Tahir. Belen, CEO of the non-profit, D.C-based National Health IT Collaborative for the Underserved, has been personally touched by the disaster: two of his aunts died because of the storm. The organization is coordinating with teams from HHS to bring a package of satellite phones, pre-loaded laptops, Amazon cloud storage, and an open-source software, OpenEMR+.

Read More »

OpenStack Reaches Milestone With Launch Of Foundation

Brandon Butler | Network World | September 19, 2012

Sept. 19, 2012 will go down as a big day for OpenStack... Read More »

Shutterstock's Chris Fischer: Making The Most Of Open Source's 'Huge Tech Edge'

Jack M. Germain | LinuxInsider | July 23, 2013

"Some of the most mature databases have been open-source-based. Also, the most mature Web servers in the market are open source software. Considering the level of maturity and the capabilities of the technology, I would take open source over any proprietary software. Read More »

The 8 Steps to Amazon Entering the Health Care Market

DJ Wilson | State of Reform | September 11, 2017

This is a thought experiment:  What if Amazon really wanted to go all in in the health care sector?  What might that look like?  What would their strategy be?  Where could they deliver value? Amazon looks for industries that are not sensitive to the customer, that have profits or premium pricing based on barriers to entry (often capital related), and looks to exploit those opportunities. It’s pretty straight forward.  And, whether that industry is cloud storage space or groceries or “last mile” distribution networks, Amazon is thinking about it...

Read More »

The Blockchain Interview with Jason Goldwater

Mr HIStalk | HIStalk | April 3, 2017

There are three, initially, that it has the potential to solve. First is access to data. The way that systems have been set up in hospitals or large integrated physician networks is that the data will either reside in a centralized server or now the trend is to reside it in a cloud. That’s fine and that certainly has been effective, but you’re talking about a large consolidation of data in a centralized location. Blockchain is very different because it is what is known as distributed ledger technology...

Read More »

The Dangers Of A Post-License Era

Bruce Byfield | Linux Magazine | April 10, 2013

You don't see many discussions about free software licenses any more. Once a burning issue, licenses and their implications hardly seem to be mentioned these days. Increasingly, we seem to be moving into a post-license era, and the implications for free and open source software are potentially troubling. Read More »

Treasure Data's Hiro Yoshikawa: Taking The Open Road With Big Data

Jack M. Germain | Linux Insider | September 10, 2013

"There are four V's of Big Data that are often talked about: velocity, volume, variety and value. There is a fifth V that is often missing in many Big Data projects: viability. A lot of Big Data projects fail because they require too much upfront investment and maintenance. [...]." Read More »

White House Overhauls Electronic Records Requirements

Joseph Marks | Nextgov | August 24, 2012

Federal agencies have until the end of 2019 to adopt systems that store and manage all electronic records in formats that will keep them safe and searchable for future generations, according to a White House directive released Friday. Read More »