The 9 Best Cloud Computing Events and Conferences to Attend in 2021

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The editors at Solutions Review have compiled this list of the best cloud computing events and conferences to attend this year, so mark your calendar! The Best Cloud Computing Events and Conferences for 2021 Microsoft Ignite A digital world at your fingertips Host: Microsoft Date: March 2-4 Location: Virtual From the organizer: “The next Microsoft Ignite is March 2–4, 2021. As we enhance the experience, enjoy and share your favorite moments from September, 2020.” REGISTER Cloud Transformation Champions, Online Connecting Executives Leading their Enterprise Through a Cloud Transformation Journey Host: Corinium Intelligence Date: March 2-3 Location: Virtual From the organizer: “Join us wherever you are in the world. At home, in the office, on desktop, mobile or tablet for just 90 minutes a day starting 2nd March,...

Nextech AR Solutions Corp integrates Microsoft Azure cloud computing into augmented reality and virtual experience offerings

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Adding Azure allows NexTech to offer hyper-scalable, secure and immersive cloud-based events and applications for users Nextech AR Solutions Corp () () (FRA:N29) announced Wednesday that Microsoft’s Azure cloud services platform will be offered across its virtual experience platforms and consumer apps going forward.   Adding Azure allows NexTech to offer hyper-scalable, secure and immersive cloud-based events and applications for users, the company said. Events across the education, hospitality, health and professional services industries will be able to accommodate a 20X increase in concurrent users with Azure in the mix. Using NexTech’s Virtual Experiences Platform (VXP) and ARoom video streaming, among other offerings, events will be able to host client and attendee data locally and in compliance with the event’s privacy and...

Project Uses Cloud Computing and AI To Address Unsafe Street Drugs

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Scientists have used supercomputers to help understand the biological, chemical and physical changes our world is going through, to discover new frontiers in science, and to invent new technologies to improve the human condition. Now, researchers from the University of Victoria (UVic) on British Columbia’s Vancouver Island are using supercomputing resources to address one of society’s biggest challenges – the risks of an unregulated drug market – and help change the lives of those impacted by overdose. Their work shows how these cold, complex machines can have personal impacts on our lives and opens doors to greater possibilities for our safety and security.The Arbutus HPC cloudThe Arbutus phase 2 HPC cloud was recently deployed at the University of Victoria (UVic). Part of a Compute Canada and WestGrid...

Global Cognitive Cloud Computing Market to Garner Revenue

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New York, USA, Jan. 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- According to a report published by Research Dive, the cognitive cloud computing market is expected to cross the $108,788.7 million mark by 2027, from a significant market size of $11,530.0 million in 2019, with a healthy CAGR of 31.3%. This report elaborates about the present condition of the market and includes features like growth aspects, market dynamics, hurdles and challenges, restraints, and plausible opportunities in the forecast period. The report also highlights market figures; thus making it simple and beneficial for the novel market players to comprehend the overall market situation. Download Sample Report of the Global Cognitive Cloud Computing Market and Reveal the Market Overview, Opportunity, Expansion, Growth and More: https://www.researchdive.com/download-sample/2800 Market...

Cloud computing: A brief overview of intellectual property issues “in the cloud” | Smart & Biggar

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[co-author: Robert Baker] Cloud computing has increasingly become a dominant model for computer and information technology service, with the majority of businesses worldwide using computing resources and storing data “in the cloud.” However, despite the ease of use and convenience of cloud computing, moving data and services into the cloud raises several legal issues for both cloud computing providers and users. This article highlights some of the issues and questions related to intellectual property (IP) rights raised by cloud computing. What is cloud computing? Generally, “cloud computing" is the remote delivery of computing services and resources to a client. Data is stored and/or processed remotely from the client, on infrastructure that is generally called the “cloud.” The client can access this infrastructure remotely, usually...

Pandemic Accelerates Australia’s Broad Move Toward Cloud

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SYDNEY, Australia, Dec. 16, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Many Australian companies are joining a broad movement in the country toward cloud computing and digital transformation, a trend accelerated by the COVID-19 crisis, according to a new report published today by Information Services Group (ISG) (Nasdaq: III), a leading global technology research and advisory firm. The 2020 ISG Provider Lens™ Digital Business – Solutions and Service Partners report for Australia, the first such ISG report focusing on the country’s digital business provider ecosystem, finds many Australian enterprises looking for digital ways to be more competitive, improve supply chains, enable remote working and ensure business continuity. These goals became even more urgent with the arrival of the pandemic, which severely disrupted business practices even though it did...

BP, Amazon extend renewable energy and cloud computing agreements

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12/10/2020 Amazon cloud computing infrastructure LONDON - BP and Amazon have agreed to extend their longstanding relationship, with BP to supply additional renewable energy to power Amazon’s operations, and Amazon Web Services (AWS) enabling the acceleration of BP’s program to digitize its infrastructure and operations. BP sees building relationships with major corporate partners such as Amazon as a key part of its strategy of transforming into an integrated energy company and to delivering its ambition of becoming a net zero company by 2050 or sooner and helping...

10 Future Cloud Computing Trends To Watch In 2021

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Cloud computing, which underpinned the world’s economy, global supply chains and remote workforces during the coronavirus pandemic, will continue to be an essential target for organizations looking for increased scalability, business continuity and cost efficiency in 2021. “The effects of COVID-19 will linger throughout 2021, as businesses will look to lay a foundation for increased agility,” said Dustin Milberg, field chief technology officer for cloud services at InterVision, a Santa Clara, Calif.-based IT service provider and AWS Premier Consulting Partner. “Cloud will take a key focus in this goal, given its benefits of improved accessibility, scalability and flexibility.” But those companies who view cloud as a journey and not a destination will see more success, according to Milberg. “This is because simply ‘getting to the...

New ETF looks to capitalize on cloud computing growth

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Crypto ETFs hit $2.5B in AUM in April The month saw 14 crypto fund launches, for a total for 21 product launches in the ETF space By: Staff May 4, 2021 May 4, 202117:49 Evolve to launch FANGMA ETF this week The fund offers exposure to six technology giants By: Staff May 3, 2021 May 3, 202110:55 Invesco renames QQQ ETF The fund company also announced changes to the ETF's management fee By: Staff April 29, 2021 April 29, 202111:51 Purpose Investments launches climate opportunities fund The fund focuses on growth opportunities in the energy...

New cloud computing ETF taps into fast-growing universe

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The global population has a reported 25 billion devices connected online around the world today – that’s three per person – whether it’s via your phone, thermostat or maybe even your fridge. And there is little doubt that remote working has resulted in a surge of demand for software. Lala said: “DocuSign is a great example of software as a service infrastructure that we need during this type of environment. The amount of data that's been moving to the cloud since COVID kicked in has been pretty significant. For our business, there’s Salesforce, which is cloud-based software and Zoom, of course, which has become instrumental to our lives. Then think about Disney+, Netflix … that's cloud computing. “What’s interesting is it’s become a foundation for a long-term behavioural shift, I believe. We’ve gotten used to this...