Novetta secures US Army CAMO contract

McLean, VA-based Novetta announced May 13 that it was awarded an agreement under the SOSSEC Consortium’s Other Transactional Authority (OTA) Cyberspace Operations Broad Responsive Agreement (COBRA) vehicle for the Cloud Account Management Optimization (CAMO) effort with the U.S. Army’s Enterprise Cloud Management Agency (ECMA). Based on a request for a solution to reinvent their cloud management processes, the Army selected...

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Highlights From IBM’s Think 2021 Conference

IBM announced advances in AI, hybrid cloud and quantum computing at its flagship event Think Conference, 2021, on May 11. Chairman and CEO Arvind Krishna said, “In the same way that we electrified factories and machines in the past century, we will use hybrid cloud to infuse AI into software and systems in the 21st Century.” IBM plans to invest in partner ecosystem to facilitate deep industry collaboration, he added.  Lindsey...

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Top 6 Reasons Why Businesses Move to the Cloud

Making the move to the cloud brings a multitude of benefits for businesses, regardless of their size. For most, the change will usually translate in reduced running costs, faster modernisation capabilities and increased security – but there is more. The benefits of moving to the cloud go much further, especially following the climate brought by the global pandemic. The adoption of cloud infrastructure creates a much safer and more...

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AT&T to provide private 5G, MEC to USC’s cancer research center

AT&T Business CEO: ‘5G is going to be a game-changer for the healthcare industry’ AT&T is deploying a private 5G network, as well as Multi-access Edge computing (MEC), at the University of Southern California’s (USC’s) Lawrence J. Ellison Institute for Transformative Medicine to support cancer research, treatment and wellness education. The combination of AT&T’s MEC and millimeter wave (mmWave) network, called...

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Privacy concerns cause tensions over data localization and data transfers to rise

A recurrent theme on this blog has been the growing importance of controlling cross-border data flows, in part because of concerns about privacy. One increasingly popular approach with governments is to require data localization, whereby a country’s personal data remains within its borders. Although some companies like Facebook have been fighting this tendency, others providing digital services have merely adjusted how they operate....