Tag Archives: Privacy

Subverting Big Data

I had 1,500 word article all written two weeks ago about how long and far LinkedIn has fallen, even going as far as to title the thing “Why I am Leaving LinkedIn.”  Then Nick spouted off with his usual nay-saying … Continue reading

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Trusted Cloud? Essential, not optional.

I recently wrote about the FBI raid at DigitalOne, where law enforcement seized far more servers than were under suspicion from a data center. This caused unnecessary outages and business disruption. I argued briefly that a company hosting its compute … Continue reading

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Not the best reason to move to the cloud…

…but it will do. The details are somewhat sketchy, but it looks like an FBI raid over the ne’er-do-wells at LulzSec at hosting provider DigitalOne got a little over enthusiastic, grabbing several RACKS of servers instead of several servers (or … Continue reading

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