Posts Tagged ‘Clouds’

Visibility of Clouds

Posted: May 17, 2011 by lisaneubert in development
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Last week I gave you a brief introduction about how CLOUD COMPUTING works. Today I am going to write about the privacy of clouds – although there are far above our heads.

“If there is something which you don’t want to be known by everybody, then you shouldn’t do it at all!”, Ex-Google Boss Eric Schmidt about the privacy of CLOUD COMPUTING. This new trend gives you the possibility to remember and save things by a specific access system. But like all IT-systems it is not safe 100%. Due to this fact, everybody who likes to be as private as possible should take his or her pencil rather than his or her computer. (more…)


Looking for the needle in our haystick

Posted: May 2, 2011 by lisaneubert in development

Finding a perfect blog issue is like looking for the needle in a haystick – it is complicated, but very exciting!

Firstly, you should delimite your ideas:

>> What shall I write about?

>> Which expectations are given to me?

>> In which field of business shall we post?

>> What am I interested in?

>> Is it possible to think deeper and deeper about this issue over time?

Deciding about all these questions, you can go forward and search for your choosen issue. (more…)

Moving to the clouds

Posted: April 27, 2011 by lisaneubert in development
“I think there is a world market for about five computers.” (Thomas J. Watson, 1943)

Fortunately and unfortunately the former president IBM was not right!

Developing computers has always been an important part of human beings and it is still so. Imagine, that even the Romans and Greeks have developed first calculators and tried to build up machines which help people to calculate things better and faster. But only Konrad Zuse achieved the breakthrough in Personal Computers in 1937 with his Z1. Further computers had even the ability to calculate algorithm within its limited memory cell automatically. (more…)