The evolution of cloud in the enterprise [Q&A]

Over the past few years the cloud has significantly changed the way all of us store data, and in many cases how we run software too. But from an enterprise perspective what impact has the cloud had on traditional data centers, and how is it continuing to evolve? We spoke to Saviz Izadpanah, chief technology officer of HighQ -- which provides cloud collaboration and content publishing services to the world's leading law firms, corporate legal teams and banks -- to find out. BN: What has been the biggest impact of the cloud on enterprises? SI: It has meant that a… [Continue Reading] Continue reading at 'Betanews'

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3D printers, sewing machines, laser cutters and occasionally dogs are as much a part of today’s libraries as borrowing books. Continue reading at Stuff

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‘The Man Who Could Move Clouds’ is a memoir full of magic

Ingrid Rojas Contreras tells the story of her grandfather Rafael Contreras Alfonso, a Colombian healer with otherworldly gifts. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Axios to Sell Itself to Cox Enterprises for $525 Million

The digital media company’s founders, Jim VandeHei, Mike Allen and Roy Schwartz, will continue to run the company. Continue reading at The New York Times

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Best cloud gaming services: GeForce Now vs. Amazon Luna vs. Google Stadia and others

Being able to play modern, high-quality video games on just about any kind of PC is the big pitch of the handful of cloud gaming services out there. Using a subscription model, these services allow people with a strong internet connection to tap remote servers in order to play video games of... Continue reading at PC World

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New books delve into Queen Elizabeth’s 70-year evolution

Fans of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II have new options for learning about her seven-decade reign. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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The Evolution of the Magical Girl in Manga and Anime

From the predecessors of the genre to the height of its popularity and how it endures today, this is the history of the magical girl. Continue reading at Book Riot

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'Hundreds' of Salesforce employees pushback on NFT cloud project

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Judge backs Lee Enterprises rejection of hedge fund nominees

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With failed experiments and bizarre successes, evolution marches on

The history of life is a tale of constant change, science writer Henry Gee explains. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Lee Enterprises rejects takeover bid from Alden hedge fund

Newspaper publisher Lee Enterprises has rejected a takeover offer from the Alden Global Capital hedge fund that is one of the largest newspaper owners in the country with a reputation for intense cost cuts and layoffs Continue reading at ABC News

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Lee Enterprises rejects takeover bid from Alden hedge fund

Newspaper publisher Lee Enterprises has rejected a takeover offer from the Alden Global Capital hedge fund that is one of the largest newspaper owners in the country with a reputation for intense cost cuts. Continue reading at Baltimore Sun

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Whitehouse's Evolution Gap goes to Hutchinson Heinemann

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GroupM Expands Into France to Support Clients’ Programmatic Evolution

Essence, GroupM's digital media agency, has expanded its presence into France with a Paris office that will be overseen by Guillaume de La Fl?ch?re, chief executive of digital transformation agency Neo MediaWorld, to support emerging local client programmatic needs. La Fl?ch?re will continue in... Continue reading at AdWeek

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Jonathan Franzen’s ‘Crossroads’ represents a marked evolution in a dazzling career

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CRISPR gives us the power to short-circuit evolution. What now?

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Dr. Seuss Enterprises announced it will stop publishing six of his books. His oeuvre shows the author's work evolved and he was willing to learn from past mistakes. Continue reading at Los Angeles Times

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