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Quantum Matter Available in Cloud

According to Business Wire, quantum atomics company ColdQuanta has a quantum matter system available in the cloud.

ColdQuanta, the quantum atomics company, today announced “Albert,” its quantum matter system on the cloud. 

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Dell Releases Hybrid Cloud Platform

Dell Technologies new cloud platform combines pieces from many sources, reports the Next Platform.

For more than a year, Dell Technologies has been putting together the pieces of its hybrid cloud strategy, a combination of its own hardware – in particular, the VxRail hyperconverged infrastructure appliance – and software and VMware technologies, including its VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) platform and, more recently, the virtualization vendor’s Tanzu, a platform for Kubernetes, containers, and cloud-native applications. Dell introduced its Dell Technologies Cloud platform last year and has been adding to it since.

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Microsoft's Portable Cloud

Microsoft has a new portable data center that can bring the cloud to anyone, reports Tech Spot

Microsoft has developed what it calls the Azure Modular Datacenter, or the MDC. It's a modular, portable data center that can extend satellite range anywhere in the world, thanks to close integration with Elon Musk's satellite broadband service. 

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Keeping Your Browsing Secure

According to Tech Radar Pro, Cloudflare has a new browser isolation service. 

Cloudflare has announced that its new “browser isolation” service, which runs a web browser in the cloud, is now available in beta.

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Defense Department Finds Way to Keep Internet Secure

The Defense Department wants to keep their data safe by building a cloud based internet isolation system, reports Federal News Network.

The Defense Information Systems Agency’s idea of protecting agency networks at the internet browser took four years to go from concept to reality. DISA recently awarded a five-year, $199 million deal to now go from prototype to full production across the Defense Department.

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How to Keep Data Safe in the Cloud

Encryption is just one way to keep data secure in the cloud, reports CPO Magazine. 

Enterprises are dealing with explosive growth of unstructured file data, and, to cope, they’re turning to the cloud to more cost-effectively store and collaborate on that data across the globe.

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IBM Pivots to Cloud

IBM splits into two companies to focus on the cloud, reports New York Times.

IBM, throughout its 109-year history, hasn’t often led technology trends. But it has adapted and eventually prospered time and again. 

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Building & Maintenance in the Cloud

Building and maintenance companies see value in migrating to the cloud, reports Forbes. 

Foundational business practices—such as supplier and customer relationships, as well as organizational structures and marketing methods—have profoundly changed in 2020. 

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Carhartt Moves to the Cloud

Carhartt’s switch to cloud storage offers large cost savings, reports Computer Weekly.

US-based clothing manufacturer Carhartt has saved 75% on storage costs for every gigabyte of data it holds by being able to monitor and migrate files from its on-premise locations to Azure cloud storage using data management software from Komprise.

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IPR Secure Launches Cloud Object Storage Solution

IPR Secure, a proven and trusted hybrid cloud service provider, today announced the availability of IPR Cloud Object Storage. This low-cost object storage solution is designed for highly regulated organizations seeking to store or archive large amounts of data while still meeting immutability requirements. IPR Cloud Object Storage connects to any device through a unique, secure URL so it can be used for backing up files, archiving data and for file-sharing.

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