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  • port 80

    On a Web server or Hypertext Transfer Protocol daemon, port 80 is the port that the server "listens to" or expects to receive from a Web client, assuming that the default was taken when the server was configured or set up.

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  • SSD caching vs. primary storage for data placement

    SSD caching and primary storage are the two main ways to implement solid-state storage technology with respect to data placement. We explain both strategies.

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  • What do you think the direction should be for OpenStack?

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  • Nerd fight 2013: The great OpenStack API debate

    OpenStack APIs have become a topic of fierce argument within the open source cloud platform's community, ending in a contentious debate this week.

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  • Disaster recovery in the cloud explained

    Discover whether or not disaster recovery in the cloud is a good choice for your organization, and the pros and cons of different cloud DR approaches.

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  • In the cloud DR market, all eyes are on the enterprise

    SMBs are already seeing the advantages of cloud DR, but now all eyes are turned to enterprises to see if they'll follow suit.

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  • social media ROI

    Social media ROI refers to the return on investment a company can expect to make from its investment in social media technologies.

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  • IFrame (Inline Frame)

    The IFrame HTML element is often used to insert content from another source, such as an advertisement, into a Web page. Although an IFrame behaves like an inline image, it can be configured with its own scrollbar independent of the surrounding page's scrollbar.

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  • How important is cost in your decision making about cloud vendors?

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  • Importance of cloud price cuts not what it used to be

    Vendors continue to roll out cloud price cuts, but the cost of compute and storage takes a backseat to speed and agility when selecting providers.

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