Category: Technology

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How to Start an Online Business: 11,520 Free Resources for the Internet Entrepreneur

October 12th, 2019 | Posted in Business, Uncategorized   business + science + philosophy + technology How to Start an Online Business: 11,520 Free Resources for the Internet Entrepreneur This 40 page guide is a massive (11,520 to be precise) compilation of free to access resources on how to start an online business. These internet resources take

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The Next Gen App for Curbing Your Transportation Emissions

October 2nd, 2019 | Posted in Technology, Uncategorized Save time, travel costs and carbon? Yup, there’s an app for that: TripGo. It’s already being used in over 50 major metropolitan cities around the globe to streamline commuting times, travel itineraries and intelligently lower travel emissions. Created by the Australian-based company SkedGo, the underlying sustainability

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Is OpenStack Ready for Enterprises?

September 26th, 2019 | Posted in Technology, Uncategorized Currently there is a lot of talk justifiably about OpenStack because Enterprises, Telco Providers and SaaS vendors are all looking for an open source based Cloud OS stack alternative for their clouds. The early adopters in the hype cycle have already started deploying it,

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Everyone is Talking about Docker Containers

September 24th, 2019 | Posted in Technology, Uncategorized Recently at the Google Cloud Platform Live, Amazon re:Invent, VMWare VWorld and at the OpenStack conference, everyone was talking about Docker containers. Even Microsoft has recently announced that it will provide support in the Windows operating system for Docker containers.  In this blog I will briefly talk

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The Cloud Means (Agile, Scalable, Productive) Business

September 18th, 2019 | Posted in Technology, Uncategorized It’s been 385 years to the month since Gov. John Winthrop founded and named “Boston,” a hilly peninsula that had been settled earlier in 1630 by his fellow Puritans. This week, that historic U.S. city becomes a destination for people looking for insight into the cloud,

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