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Data Can Stay in Canada – Even in the Cloud

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It’s no secret that Canadian businesses took a close look at their customer data privacy following the Snowden revelations more than a year ago. In fact, a full one third (33 percent) planned to move data outside of the US this year over concerns around the NSA, according to research from Peer 1 Hosting. Read More

Bracket Computing Raises $85M for Cloud Infrastructure Service

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Bracket Computing announced on Wednesday that it has launched its enterprise cloud infrastructure service, Bracket Computing Cell. The company, which was founded in Sunnyvale, Calif. in 2011, has raised more than $85 million to develop its service, which brings security, storage, compute and networking together in an encrypted software system. Read More

NIST Publishes US Government Cloud Computing Roadmap

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The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) published its final US Government Cloud Computing Technology Roadmap this week. It identifies 10 requirements expected to encourage cloud adoption by government agencies while also generally supporting innovation in cloud computing technology. Read More