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  • How to match types of EC2 instances to workload needs

    The Amazon EC2 instance portfolio provides a diverse set of compute options. Enterprises that choose the wrong instance for a workload will fail to see benefits.

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  • UK’s top security judges struggle to assess privacy threats

    Technological advancements make it difficult for the Investigatory Powers Tribunal to assess privacy threats, say the tribunal’s own judges

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  • Facebook’s revenue rockets on strong growth

    Facebook has reported a 186% year-on-year increase in second-quarter profits driven by a 63% rise in advertising revenue boosted by demand for video ads

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  • Smartphone sales boost Samsung’s second quarter

    Samsung has reported a 27% rise in operating profit for its mobile division in the second quarter, driven by strong demand for Galaxy smartphones, which the company expects to continue

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  • Still plenty to play for with Windows 10

    Businesses are adopting the latest Microsoft OS but there are still plenty of targets for the channel to go for

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  • Al Murooj Rotana increases guest satisfaction with updated Wi-Fi network

    Dubai-based Rotana Hotels sees guest satisfaction rates rise on back of 802.11ac wireless roll-out at its Al Murooj Rotana property

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  • NetApp hoping flash cost arguments can be overcome

    Storage player continues to provide channel with information to counter customer flash cost concerns

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  • Why do you use SAP HCP?

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  • Which type of EC2 instance is most used within enterprise, and why?

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  • exception

    An exception, in programming, is an unplanned event, such as invalid input or a loss of connectivity, that occurs while a program is executing and disrupts the flow of its instructions. Exception is a short way of saying exceptional event.

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