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The 8 HTTP Security Headers Best Practices

July 13, 2017 Published in: Domains,Internet,Security Author: Luka Labrovic

The HyperText Transfer Protocol had been in vogue for over 28 years now. Ever since it was implemented for making it easier for scientists to share and access data, security was always an afterthought. As security breaches happened, new security patches were invented and bolted on. What is vulnerable, needs to be protected. For HTTP, […]

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Nvidia and Baidu Seal AI Partnership, Netflix Looks to Further Improve Their CDN and More in This Week’s News

July 10, 2017 Published in: CDN,Internet,News,Security,Website Speed Author: Luka Labrovic

Nvidia and Baidu Join Forces to Take AI to Devices and Cloud The Chinese powerhouse Baidu and Nvidia, the chipmaker company, have revealed a newly formed strategic partnership. The goal of the partnership is to accelerate the development of AI solutions for vehicles, cloud data centers and IoT devices. Nvidia’s DRIVE PX platform will be […]

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Microsoft Acquires Yet Another Cloud-based Startup, Cloudflare Reports Cunning 100 Gbps DDoS and More in This Week’s News

July 6, 2017 Published in: Cloud,DNS,Internet,News,Security Author: Luka Labrovic

Microsoft Acquires Cloud Billing Startup Cloudyn Last week Microsoft finalized the acquisition of Cloudyn for an undisclosed fee somewhere between $50 mil and $70 mil. The new arrival in the Microsoft family is probably going to be used to handle cloud cost management services. The cloud billing startup enables users to handle and manage their […]

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AWS vs Azure vs GCP – The Ups And Downs Of The Public Cloud Trifecta

June 1, 2017 Published in: CDN,Cloud,Internet,Mobile,Security Author: Luka Labrovic

One does not need to be an expert in the area of cloud computing to be aware of the public cloud trifecta, the three tech giants of the public cloud space. Amazon, Microsoft and Google hold the entire landscape with their respective products. As the title suggest, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft’s Azure and Google […]

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How to Deal With DDoS Ransom Treats

March 29, 2017 Published in: Internet,Security Author: Goran Čandrlić

For doing business in today’s digital era, online presence is a critical ingredient. In one form or another, at one point even your local brick and mortar shop will find a way to leverage the almighty Internet. Now, let’s say your business relies heavily on online revenue. After setting everything up, you get your first […]

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US Govt. Cybersecurity Contractor Leaks Data, Verizon Warns About Rising Gift Card Frauds and More in This Week’s News

March 21, 2017 Published in: Cloud,eCommerce,Internet,News,Security Author: Luka Labrovic

US Govt. Cybersecurity Contractor Hit in Phishing Scam Last Thursday, March 16, the CEO of Defense Point Security admitted to its employees that their W-2 tax data was leaked after someone from the company got caught in a phishing scam. W-2 scams are usually executed with phishing emails directed at finance and HR employees that […]

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IBM and Salesforce to Launch Hybrid AI, Rackspace Offers Public Cloud Trifecta Support and More in This Week’s News

March 14, 2017 Published in: Cloud,Internet,News,Security Author: Luka Labrovic

IBM and Salesforce Team Up To Create Hybrid AI Tech behemoths IBM and Salesforce announced a new partnership whose aim is to combine their AI platforms, Watson and Einstein. Salesforce had just finished integrating its Einstein AI with their Intelligent Customer Success (ICS) platform along with the release of Einstein Vision, a set of APIs […]

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A Typo Took Down AWS, Google and Coursera Team Up to Offer Cloud Education and More in This Week’s News

March 7, 2017 Published in: Cloud,Dynamic Acceleration,Internet,Mobile,News,Security Author: Luka Labrovic

AWS S3 Cloud Storage Crashed Because of Human Error The cloud giant admitted that a human error is to blame for the AWS 4.5 hour long outage which impacted millions of customers last Tuesday. Issues started at 11.35am PST and lasted until 2.08pm PST, on February 28th impacting all AWS services running out of its […]

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Colocation Service – Does Your Business Need It?

February 28, 2017 Published in: Cloud,Internet,Security Author: Goran Čandrlić

Today’s fast shifting economic environment pushes businesses to provide a great amount of flexibility in all areas. If a company is achieving growth, it’s infrastructure must be ready to quickly scale in order to maintain or offer an increased level of quality of their product or service. Considering the increasing relevance of IT departments, they […]

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Cloudbleed Affected More Than 120,000 Sites, CDNetworks to be Acquired by Chinese IT Company and More in This Week’s News

February 28, 2017 Published in: CDN,Cloud,Internet,News,Security Author: Luka Labrovic

120,000 Sites Affected by Cloudflare Data Leak A severe security flaw in Cloudflare’s systems was disclosed last week. Apparently, it leaked customer data, live samples, encryption keys, cookies, passwords, POST data chunks and even HTTPS requests due to a Heartlbleed-like bug. The system flaw was discovered by Tavis Ormandy, Google’s Project Zero researcher and bug-bounty […]

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