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Debunking the Cloud, does anyone know where my Data is?

The cloud is quickly becoming the norm and the standard of IT, but just because something is the norm doesn't mean that it comes without concerns. One major issue and question we hear all of the time is, where will my data be once I move into the cloud? Its a great question, and with growing security concerns its an important one as well.

How the Cloud is powering the World Cup

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This year’s World Cup has seen some of the latest goals and highest scoring games in the history of the cup. There have already been more goals in this World Cup than in 2010 and we haven't even reached the semi finals yet. This all creates some great drama, but the truly amazing thing is how many people have been able to watch and interact with all of this excitement.

Throwback Thursday – 10 years of Online Music

Today's music scene is drastically different than what it was 10 years ago. The entire industry has gone through a revolution ever since Napster came on the scene and completely changed the way we access music.

This industry change is showing no signs of slowing down either, with services such as iTunes and Spotify continuing to innovate the way we consume and find music

Here is an awesome infographic showing just how the music industry has changed over the past 10 years.

The Intel NUC – Your Portal to the Cloud.

I’ve got to tip my hat to the men and women over at Intel; they really understand your needs and the needs of others like you.

For the last couple of years I have been following a product that isn’t getting the press or the fanfare it deserves. The Intel NUC (pronounced nook, and stands for Next Unit of Computing) is a four inch by four inch device that packs a serious punch.