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Seagate Kinetic Cloud and Object Storage I/O platform (and Ethernet HDD)

Seagate announced today their Kinetic platform and drive designed for use by object API accessed storage including for cloud deployments. The Kinetic …

Seagate Technology

How Amazon’s cloud competitors are trying to find cracks in AWS’s armor

It’s not exactly shocking that Amazon(s amzn) cloud competitors are polishing up their PR talking points about the benefits of hybrid cloud. And …

Meet the Stalkers

Behind the mysterious world of data brokers, who have access to a lot more of your life than you think.<p>Every day, without even knowing it, you share …

Deep thinking on complex systems: A devops reading list

As I wrap up my series digging into the relationship between complex systems, devops, anti-fragility and IT systems, I wanted to give you a set of …

Rewire: Digital Cosmopolitans in the Age of Connection 1st Edition

Everything We Know About What Data Brokers Know About You — ProPublica

<b>June 13, 2014:</b> <i>This story has been updated. It was originally published on March 7, 2013.</i><p>We've spent a lot of time this past year trying to understand …

Privacy

Unlearning

There’s a story we tell about advancing in our jobs. We start out inexperienced, kind of dumb or lucky or something. Then something happens to us and …

Look ma, no story!

<i>Storytelling</i> has been one of the big buzzwords in data visualization the last year. By now, there are even whole conferences about the topic and I …

Forget Table

Forget Table is a solution to the problem of storing the <i>recent</i> dynamics of categorical distributions that change over time (ie: non-stationary …

Society’s next big challenge: infinite data

<i>This is a guest post by Christian Fritz, a researcher at PARC.</i><p>Over the past 10 years or so, many organizations have recognized the conceptual value of data and have started recording and retaining more and more of it. But after doing this for a while, they’re asking, “What the heck do we do with …