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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Whitehouse's Evolution Gap goes to Hutchinson Heinemann

Oxford anthropology professor Harvey Whitehouse's The Evolution Gap will be published by Hutchinson Heinemann in 2024.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

[ The Bookseller | 2021-10-22 20:33:50 UTC ]
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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

“Crossroads” explores the spiritual costs of hatred and humiliation among a family of five. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Anthony Doerr’s ‘Cloud Cuckoo Land’ is a convoluted love letter to books

Doerr’s first novel since winning a Pulitzer Prize for “All the Light We Cannot See” is full of people thinking big thoughts. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Book Review: ‘Cloud Cuckoo Land,’ by Anthony Doerr

“Cloud Cuckoo Land,” Doerr’s first novel since “All the Light We Cannot See,” unites five characters over a millennium in a tribute to books and those who love them. Continue reading at The New York Times

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Dark clouds gather over press freedom in Europe

A week ago, Peter R. de Vries, a star journalist in the Netherlands, was leaving a studio where he’d just appeared as a guest on a TV program, RTL Boulevard, when a gunman shot him five times, including in the head. De Vries has covered the criminal underworld dating back to the eighties and... Continue reading at Columbia Journalism Review

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

Bioethicist Henry T. Greely ponders the implications of the gene-editing technology. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Op-Ed: Why Dr. Seuss' evolution is the right lesson for us all

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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Dr. Seuss Enterprises will stop publishing these 6 books due to racist imagery

‘Ceasing sales of these books is only part of our commitment and our broader plan to ensure Dr. Seuss Enterprises’ catalog represents and supports all communities and families.’ Six Dr. Seuss books are being pulled from publication, the organization who manages the late author’s legacy accounted... Continue reading at Fast Company

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‘The Butterfly Effect’ charts Kendrick Lamar’s evolution from platinum-selling rapper to protest artist

Marcus J. Moore focuses more on Lamar’s discography than his personal life, which may be for the best. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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The Sky Is Blue with a Single Cloud

In English for the first time, a comic by Kuniko Tsurita, the first woman to contribute to the legendary alternative manga monthly ‘Garo.’ Continue reading at The Paris Review

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Column: Horror clouds every page of Mary Trump's book about her Uncle Donald

'Too Much and Never Enough,' a book written about President Trump by his niece, is dark right from the get-go. Continue reading at Los Angeles Times

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Lee Enterprises Receives Notice From NYSE to Comply with Listing Standards

Newspaper publisher Lee Enterprises, Inc. received notice from the New York Stock Exchange last week that it is not in Continue reading at Editor & Publisher

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Gmail now allows you to share files from Adobe Creative Cloud

Adobe has released a new Gmail add-on to make it easier for Creative Cloud users to share their work over email. The plugin allows you to attach synced files, libraries or mobile creations you have stored on your Creative Cloud account as links. Continue reading at Engadget

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‘The Visual History of Science Fiction Fandom’ beautifully demonstrates the evolution of a genre

The book is a sumptuous scrapbook of photographs, magazine covers, artwork and hundreds of articles. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Reading enterprise raises £12k after 100,000 books ruined in Doncaster floods

A social enterprise promoting literacy, Reread in Doncaster, has raised £12,000 in five days after hundreds of thousands of its books were damaged or destroyed by major floods. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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You might not have to scramble to find pictures for your next company presentation. Microsoft Word and PowerPoint now have direct access to Adobe Creative Cloud Libraries that store everything from company logos to font styles. In other words, you... Continue reading at Engadget

[ Engadget | 2019-10-28 13:00:00 UTC ]
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Adapt or fail: The shifting nature and evolution of customer identity

In the past, the customer journey was thought to be, or at least accepted as, primarily linear — meaning customers followed a predictable path to purchase over and over.  For example, an individual might see a commercial, research the product online and head into the store to purchase it. It... Continue reading at Advertising Age

[ Advertising Age | 2019-10-10 14:00:00 UTC ]
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Facebook’s Nada Stirratt on the evolution of storytelling and how it helped raise $2 billion for charity

  Nada Stirratt, VP of North America at Facebook, sits down with Ad Age Associate Publisher Heidi Waldusky to discuss what storytelling means for Facebook users and advertisers. Plus, the need for brands to personalize messaging at scale—and how Facebook Stories can help. A custom video... Continue reading at Advertising Age

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