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BBC investigation doubts value of Facebook advertising
Irish PM to NYSE: We can become the cloud computing capital of the world
Two tourists capture stunning murmuration of starlings above Ireland’s longest river
Tag Archives: the cloud
NASA satellite shows aftermath of storm that brought down Amazon servers
NASA shows how the freak storm on Friday, which brought down the Amazon-hosted Pinterest, Instagram, and Netflix, also caused black-outs across the North Eastern United States.
Do folders on the Google Drive domain suggest the end for Google Docs?
Google Drive is due to launch soon, so we take a look at the robots.txt file to see what we can access at the moment. Hint: something sorta interesting.
Amazon admits lightning didn’t strike its Dublin Data center, but a series of errors did
Lightning was not responsible for the service outage which brought down Amazon’s AWS cloud servers last week. A series of hardware & human errors brought down the AWS servers.
Details of Microsoft’s cloud computing conference, Gartner & LionBridge to speak
Cloud computing is significantly changing the ways employees and employers interact, a major cloud computing conference to be held in Dublin will hear in May
Will FixMyStreet.ie be the government’s first cloud computing initiative?
We wrote yesterday about Fine Gael and Labour’s Programme for Government which plans to turn Ireland into a “leader in the emerging I.T. market of cloud computing”, so could FixMyStreet.ie be the government’s first foray into the cloud? (oh, and will the government base their site on the UK’s Fixmystreet.com?)
Is Ireland’s new government taking Cloud Computing advice from Microsoft?
The new Irish government plans to establishment the country as a “leader in the emerging I.T. market of cloud computing”, just as Microsoft suggested it should.At the beginning of the year Microsoft Ireland published the results of a survey by Goodbody Economic Consultants which looked at the potential benefits of The Cloud to Ireland. The report suggested that private and public bodies in the country need to act quickly to reap the benefits of the cloud computing.