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February 29, 2016  4:47 PM

Amazon Web Services Jumps on the Zombie Bandwagon for Attention

Sharon Fisher Sharon Fisher Profile: Sharon Fisher
cloud

A cloud company has finally figured out a way to get people to read its terms of service: Put a zombie reference in there. “It’s hard to imagine the kind of...

February 25, 2016  3:03 PM

Verizon Reportedly Shutting Down Public Cloud Services

Sharon Fisher Sharon Fisher Profile: Sharon Fisher
cloud, Verizon

Users of some of Verizon’s cloud services were left with two months to move their virtual servers to another, more expensive, cloud platform after the company told them it was...

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January 26, 2016  12:04 PM

User Finds Amazon Glacier an Expensive Roach Motel for Data

Sharon Fisher Sharon Fisher Profile: Sharon Fisher
Amazon, cloud, Storage

People used to joke about the notion of “write-only memory,” where data could be written to it but not retrieved again. To at least one user, that’s what’s happening with Amazon’s Glacier service. As you may recall,

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August 27, 2015  10:48 PM

You Could Mail Hard Drives to Google Cloud Before, You Know

Sharon Fisher Sharon Fisher Profile: Sharon Fisher
AWS, Azure, cloud, Google

“OMG, did you hear? You can now mail a hard drive in to Google to store it on the cloud! Squee!” Not exactly. Hold your horses, people. Yes, it’s true that being able to mail a hard disk device for import into a cloud storage service helps a lot when you have a lot of data....


January 27, 2015  4:54 PM

Will the Box IPO Be Able to Keep It Up?

Sharon Fisher Sharon Fisher Profile: Sharon Fisher
Box, cloud, Storage

If you’d invested $1,000 in Box’s IPO last Friday, you’d have $1554.29 now. At least, as I write this. Who knows. It may have gone up another 50 percent by now. After what seems like years (and it may be almost exactly a year, given that the

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