Major Discrepancies In The Current Cloud Computing Setup Our perception of how to store data has changed. Hardware is diverging and consumers are constantly striving for multiple access points per user. This calls for a cloud to be set up where the same data can be edited, stored and downloaded for further use. This all sounds very smooth and straightforward, but in reality cloud computing has one teething trouble. Beginning with the first major discrepancy, there is a lack of cross-platform integration among cloud service providers. For example, if we upload a file to Dropbox, it ends up sitting on
Cloud Search: Amazon’s New Role for the A9 Search Engine Search is perhaps the most popular application on the Internet, and in this Google reigns supreme. So influential is Google in this field that the word “googling” has entered the popular lexicon as a synonym for online search, in the same way that brand names like Xerox and Kleenex are synonymous with photocopying and sanitary wipes. Yes, Yahoo and Bing do get a substantial share of the traffic, but I’ve never heard people say, “Bing it” or “Yahoo it.” On the other hand, “Google it” is something I hear often.