How enterprise storage has coped with 30 years of data growth

Over the past three decades, the storage industry has changed significantly, not just in terms of evolving technologies, but also with regard to the volumes of data we produce and therefore the amount of storage we require. Today, we are accustomed to talking about terabytes and even exabytes when it comes to our data storage needs. But 30 years ago things were very different.

Source: www.itproportal.com

By Warren Reid.

#Storage

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Has our right to privacy been forgotten?

Google and the security services are debating privacy rights – but no one seems to be speaking for us.

 

Has our right to privacy been forgotten? It sometimes seems so. Theresa May and other authoritarians seem to want to ensure that everything is remembered, whilst Google often seem aggrieved that it should be possible for anything to be forgotten. Our privacy – our privacy rights – seem to be the only thing that is forgotten.

Source: www.techradar.com

By Paul Bernal. #Privacy #BigData #Analytics

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Samsung claims 5G speed record

Samsung Electronics has successfully transmitted data over a 28GHz 5G network at a speed of 7.5Gbps in a stationary environment, achieving a speed record using the future mobile standard.

At the same time it has also managed to achieve an uninterrupted, stable connection of 1.2Gbps in a vehicle travelling at 100km/h.

Source: www.computerweekly.com

#5G network speeds up to 7.5 Gbps. The end of #WiFi?

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