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autonomics

The way computers manage themselves is being redefined. Here's why. Back in 2001, IBM launched its model of autonomic computing. It was based on the human body’s autonomic nervous system, which regulates unconscious bodily functions. The type of things that you do without thinking about it, such as breathing and digestion. What’s changed is the advance of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and cloud computing. Autonomic computing was traditionally...

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Four clouds floating

What does the cloud mean to you? With so many definitions and interpretations, sometimes it’s difficult to know what's best. Here we examine the four main types of cloud, their advantages and disadvantages, and give our predictions for the future. 1) Private cloud The cloud is owned and controlled by your business. Infrastructure, resources, monitoring tools and automated services are allocated solely for your requirements. This level of...

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