Jack Clark

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Jack Clark has spent the past three years writing about the technical and economic principles that are driving the shift to cloud computing. He's visited data centers on two continents, quizzed senior engineers from Google, Intel and Facebook on the technologies they work on and read more technical papers than you care to name on topics from distributed computing to the ongoing debate over homogenous versus heterogeneous computing architectures. His articles have been quoted by Reuters, highlighted by The Guardian newspaper and syndicated across ZDNet and CNET.

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Microsoft warns of phone phishing scam

Microsoft warns of phone phishing scam

Phishers posing as computer security experts are targeting individuals and businesses to steal money and install malicious software on their computers.In a survey of 7,000 people, 15 percent across the UK, US, Ireland and Canada reported receiving a call from scammers, Microsoft said on Thursday.

June 18, 2011 by in Storage

Lockheed Martin and others hit by SecureID hacks

Lockheed Martin and others hit by SecureID hacks

The networks of Lockheed Martin and other major defense contractors have been probed by hackers capitalising on the RSA SecureID breach, according to a Reuters source.To access the networks, hackers used duplicate SecureID electronic keys, according to Reuters.

May 29, 2011 by in Storage

Apple's iCloud appears in the distance

Apple's iCloud appears in the distance

Apple has confirmed the existence of iCloud, an upcoming range of cloud services from the Mac-maker.The company said on Tuesday it will give further details at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on 6 June, along with information about the upcoming 'Lion' Mac OS X operating system and iOS 5.

May 31, 2011 by in Storage

Dell edges up the stack

Dell edges up the stack

As part of its strategy to provide a more end-to-end range of IT products, Dell has integrated technologies picked up from its purchases of Compellent, Force10 and Ocarina into its portfolio

October 13, 2011 by in Storage

Apotheker reiterates HP's cloud ambitions

Apotheker reiterates HP's cloud ambitions

HP will "soon" launch a public cloud service, as the global hardware, software and services company seeks to integrate its various technologies with the cloud on every possible level, its chief executive has said.Leo Apotheker, chief executive of the company, told attendees at the HP Discover conference in Las Vegas that "the cloud is the most disruptive force in technology since the advent of the personal computer.

June 7, 2011 by in Storage