Three cloud-y links on a cloudy day in Boston:
- The cloud.com domain is to be auctioned:
- A photograph of a Google server, which includes a 12 volt battery as a neat UPS solution, as opposed to relying on a central data center UPS:
One of the more surprising innovations of Google's server design -- seen here in a CNET photograph -- appears to be rather mundane: The company's custom-designed server hardware includes a 12-volt battery that functions as an uninterruptible power supply. This obviates the need for a central data center UPS, which turns out to be less reliable than on-board batteries.
- Two lawyers write about E-Discovery and the Cloud
"...this technological revolution means new e-discovery challenges are on the horizon for lawyers as clients move discoverable electronically stored information from their own networks to networks controlled by someone else."
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