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  1. Left Behind In The Mobile Revolution, Intel Struggles To Innovate : All Tech Considered : NPR

    As PC sales fall, the Silicon Valley giant is struggling to remake itself to keep up with cloud computing and mobile. Intel recently announced the layoff of 11 percent of its workforce.

    http://www.npr.org/sections/alltechconsidered/2016/05/02/476481238/left-behind-in-the-mobile-revolution-intel-struggles-to-innovate

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  2. AWS Podcast - Episode 2

    Whether you are new to the Cloud or looking for more knowledge to take your business to the next level, this event will provide the information to successfully navigate the Cloud with AWS.

    http://aws.amazon.com/apac/awspodcast/episode2/#.T_TzpKDG06U

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  3. AWS Podcast - Episode 3

    Whether you are new to the Cloud or looking for more knowledge to take your business to the next level, this event will provide the information to successfully navigate the Cloud with AWS.

    http://aws.amazon.com/apac/awspodcast/episode3/#.T_TzvaDG06U

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  4. AWS Podcast - Episode 1

    Whether you are new to the Cloud or looking for more knowledge to take your business to the next level, this event will provide the information to successfully navigate the Cloud with AWS.

    http://aws.amazon.com/apac/awspodcast/episode1/#.T_Ty_KDG06U

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  5. The End of Cloud Computing - Peter Levine

    “I’m going to take you out to the edge to show you what the future looks like.” So begins a16z partner Peter Levine as he takes us on a “crazy” tour of the history and future of cloud computing — from the constant turns between centralized to distributed computing, and even to his “Forrest Gump rule” of investing in these shifts.

    But… how can we say cloud computing is coming to an “end” when it hasn’t even really started yet?? Because the edge — where self-driving cars and drones are really data centers with wheels or wings — is where it’s at. So where does machine learning in the enterprise come in? How does this change IT? As software programs the world, these are some of the shifts to look at…

    Original post: http://a16z.com/2016/12/16/the-end-of-cloud-computing/

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  6. The End of Cloud Computing

    "I’m going to take you out to the edge to show you what the future looks like." So begins a16z partner Peter Levine as he takes us on a "crazy" tour of the history and future of cloud computing — from the constant turns between centralized to distributed computing, and even to his "Forrest Gump rule" of investing in these shifts. But… how can we say cloud computing is coming to an "end" when it hasn’t even really started yet?? Because the edge — where self-driving cars and drones are really data centers with wheels or wings — is where it’s at. So where does machine learning in the enterprise come in? How does this change IT? As software programs the world, these are some of the shifts to look at…

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  7. Cloud Computing Saves Health Care Industry Time And Money : All Tech Considered : NPR

    The cloud’s vast computing power is making it easier and less expensive for companies and clinicians to discover new drugs and new medical treatments. Analyzing data that used to take years and tens of millions of dollars can now be done for a fraction of that amount.

    http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsidered/2012/10/01/162080613/cloud-computing-saves-health-care-industry-time-and-money

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  8. Confidential Computing: The next frontier in data protection

    We believe the future of cloud computing will increasingly shift to private, encrypted services where people can be confident that their data stays private and not exposed to cloud providers or their own insiders. To complement our encryption in-transit and at-rest, Google Cloud now offers the ability to encrypt data in use - while it’s being processed. This is called Confidential Computing and in this session we’ll do a deeper dive into our Confidential Computing portfolio.

    Speakers: Nelly Porter, Gilad Golan

    Watch more: Google Cloud Next ’20: OnAir → https://goo.gle/next2020

    Subscribe to the GCP Channel → https://goo.gle/GCP

    #GoogleCloudNext

    SEC203 product: Confidential Computing; fullname: Nelly Porter, Gilad Golan;

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