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    1. Noise Filter: Cloud Computing Predictions for 2013

      Noise Filter: Cloud Computing Predictions for 2013

      December 31, 2012 -- The past few weeks have seen an emergence of reports that list their cloud predictions for 2013. Though there are many overlapping and similar predictions among these reports, there were a handful of insights that stood out among the pack.Keep on reading: Noise Filter: Cloud Computing Predictions for 2013

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    2. Feds' Data Center Reduction Requires Spending Now to Save Later

      Feds' Data Center Reduction Requires Spending Now to Save Later

      How much do federal agencies need to spend on data center consolidation investments now, in order to save money later? It could be quite a lot. The U.S. Department of Labor, for example, figures that $60 million or so will do the trick in meeting its data center consolidation goals.

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    3. Washington State Extends Comment Period on Proposed Air Quality Permit for New Vantage Data Center

      Washington State Extends Comment Period on Proposed Air Quality Permit for New Vantage Data Center

      December 28, 2012 -- The Washington State Department of Ecology has extended the comment period for the proposed air quality permit for building a new Vantage data center in Quincy, according to a report Thursday by the Columbia Basin Herald.Keep on reading: Washington State Extends Comment Period on Proposed Air Quality Permit for New Vantage Data Center

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    4. Vermont Tax Committee Votes Against State Cloud Services Taxation

      Vermont Tax Committee Votes Against State Cloud Services Taxation

      December 28, 2012 -- Vermont lawmakers and tax officials voted 4-3 early last week to exempt businesses from a tax on cloud services, according to a report by VT Digger. On December 17, members of a tax panel against the taxation argued that the economic benefits of an exemption would outweigh lost tax revenue by keeping jobs and software companies in the state.Keep on reading: Vermont Tax Committee Votes Against State Cloud Services Taxation

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    5. Netflix Outage, and the Limits of the Internet

      Netflix Outage, and the Limits of the Internet
      A new approach to networking could make video delivery faster and more reliable. Netflix customers hoping to stream a movie with their family this Christmas may have had to turn to watching the Yule Log channel instead, courtesy of a widespread Netflix outage that the company is blaming on its cloud computing service provider Amazon Web Services.
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    6. Colocation Firm CoSentry Earns Energy Star Certification for Nebraska Data Center

      Colocation Firm CoSentry Earns Energy Star Certification for Nebraska Data Center

      December 27, 2012 -- Cloud services and colocation provider CoSentry announced on Thursday that its data center inPapillion, a suburb of Omaha, Nebraska, has received the Energy Star certification from the US Environmental Protection Agency.Keep on reading: Colocation Firm CoSentry Earns Energy Star Certification for Nebraska Data Center

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    7. Why the S.E.C. Is Likely to Miss Its Deadline to Write Crowdfunding Rules

      Why the S.E.C. Is Likely to Miss Its Deadline to Write Crowdfunding Rules

      When the Jobs Act became law in April, supporters proclaimed a new era for small businesses seeking to raise money. The “game changer,” as President Obama put it in the Rose Garden as he signed the bill, was a provision to allow small companies to “crowdfund” — that is, to sell stock and other securities over the Internet directly to the general public.

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    8. Data center growth in 2013 by Doug Mohney

      Data center growth in 2013 by Doug Mohney

      Large or small, retail, wholesale, or enterprise, expect net growth in data centers and storage in 2013. Many companies are consolidating, virtualizing, and rolling in more efficient servers to downsize existing facilities, but there are a number of areas that will drive society's insatiable need for more cloud storage. TVs and entertainment video are going to push the bar upward for both content creators and distributors.

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    9. Big Data In the Enterprise: A Lesson Or Two From Big Brother

      Big Data In the Enterprise: A Lesson Or Two From Big Brother

      A recent survey conducted by Capgemini and the Economist Intelligence Unit raises questions on how “data-driven” today’s enterprises truly are. The study shows that companies and organizations are struggling with the enormous volumes of data – often poor quality data – that they collect and create, and many are wrestling to free data from organizational silos.

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