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What Happens To Cloud Computing When Net Neutrality Is Dead?

By Jessie L. Morgan → Thursday, March 21, 2019
Net neutrality has been in news and discussion a lot lately, but as we see, there’s less attention on its impact on Cloud computing and small business.

Net neutrality has been in discussion a lot recently yet its association to, and influence on Cloud computing seems to draw less attention. Following the statement of Public Knowledge (primarily applying to both organizations and apps, not only individuals), Net neutrality is the key that every individual needs to be free to have access to the content and applications without any discrimination from the Internet service providers against other services online.

In other words, we can call it the rule that the firm linking you to the Internet won’t be able to control whatever you do online. But net neutrality owns various meanings based on individual perspective and marketing targets. So what can it really mean?

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#1. The True Meaning of Net Neutrality

What Happens To Cloud Computing When Net Neutrality Is Dead?
With Net neutrality, every bit is created equally

Top 5 Best Free Cloud Hosting Services Providers in 2019

By Jessie L. Morgan → Wednesday, March 20, 2019
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Are you looking for the best free cloud hosting service providers? So, this is the time to continue to read our post right now.

Why Should You Invest in the Cloud Computing?

By Jessie L. Morgan → Monday, March 18, 2019
In general, the development of cloud computing has a huge market with many vendors of the segment. This is probably the time you should think of investing the cloud computing for your business.

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The Difference Between Data & Big Data

By Jessie L. Morgan → Saturday, March 16, 2019
As I'm sure you are aware, data is gathering and processing information and software in a timely manner. Big data is information that is enormous in volume and very complex. This big data cannot be collected, managed, or processed in a timely manner.

Big Data vs Data

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There is no clear line between what is considered Big Data but it's usually in multiples of petabytes and enormous projects in exabytes.

By rule of thumb, big data is defined by the 3 V's:

- Volume: an extreme level of data
- Variety: the number of different kinds of data
- Velocity: the amount of data that must be processed and analyzed.

Data that is established as big data comes from various places including social media, websites, mobile and desktop apps, scientific data, IoT (other devices in the internet of things, and sensors.

Big data comes from a variety of components that allow a business to put their data to practical use and solve any number of problems. This can include the IT infrastructure for supporting data, applied analytics, the technology for projects, various skills, and the actual use to make big data clear.

What should we prepare for AI in the machine learning era?

By Jessie L. Morgan →
What do you know about Artificial Intelligence? How to prepare for this significant change in machine learning? Keep reading this article.


AI has been a familiar technical term in our modern lives in recent years. There is no doubt that Artificial Intelligence is applied in various different fields and will play an indispensable role in the near future.

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Why will machine learning become a promising marketing tool?

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Have you ever heard of machine learning? What do you know about it? How can it help us on the market? Keep reading my today article.

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Another perspective about the IoT to the Cloud Hosting

By Jessie L. Morgan → Friday, March 15, 2019
The world of the IoT is not as easy as we thought. Let’s take a look at our article to learn more about it and how it influences the cloud hosting.

Another perspective about the IoT to the Cloud Hosting
Another perspective about the IoT to the Cloud Hosting