Cloud Hosting Company Linode Opens 10th Data Center, in Toronto

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Linode, a cloud hosting provider delivering its cloud servers to over 800,000 developers worldwide, has expanded its cloud footprint in North America with the launch of a new data center in Toronto, Canada.

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An Open Letter from Steve Jobs to Tim Cook

Time passes quickly and the WiFi is spotty here in Tr?yastri??a, so I apologize for taking so long to check out how you’ve been doing with our company. Of course, truth be known, Apple was already on that trajectory when I handed you the company, but props anyway. Beyond that, though, I feel I must ask: Is that ALL you could […]

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Cranfield gets Rubrik backup plus Nutanix in drive to the cloud

Cranfield University has replaced its Veeam and Data Domain backup infrastructure for one comprising Rubrik backup appliances and Microsoft Azure cloud storage. In doing so, it has cut its on-site hardware footprint from 24U to 4U, slashed equipment and licensing costs, and reduced data restore times from hours or days to minutes. The move also […]

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Stanphyl Capital Letter – March 2019

March 29, 2019 Friends and Fellow Investors: For March 2019, the fund was up approximately 5.5% net of all fees and expenses. By way of comparison, the S&P 500 was up approximately 1.9% while the Russell 2000 was down approximately 2.1%. Year-to-date 2019 the fund is up approximately 12.8% while the S&P 500 is up […]

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4 Variations In between an ICO and a Penny Stock

The coins sold by small companies in Initial Coin Offerings are often compared to penny stocks. Like penny stocks, they’re cheap. Penny stocks cost less than five bucks; a new coin released at an ICO can literally cost a penny or less. They also have the potential for huge returns. Monster Beverage, a drinks company, […]

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The Art of the Bracket Smack Speak, Perfected With Objective Inside Your Organization

Host a company-wide bracket challenge – they’re already doing it anyway, even if you don’t know about it. Offer a grand prize that doesn’t cost cash, like an extra day off, or convert an office lunch you were already planning into a bracket-themed bonanza. Then have a bunch of smaller inexpensive gifts for top contenders. […]

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Leaky Databases Are a Scourge. MongoDB Is Undertaking Some thing About It

MongoDB, a database software provider whose stock has been on a tear recently, just hired its first-ever chief information security officer. The appointment, which came Friday, signals that the company plans to take security more seriously even as it faces stiffened competition from the likes of Amazon and other tech giants. The new boss is […]

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Information Sheet—Why the Satellite Marketplace Is Finding So Overcrowded

This is the web version of Data Sheet, Fortune’s daily newsletter on the top tech news. To get it delivered daily to your in-box, sign up here. MIT has been holding its entrepreneur-focused New Space Age Conference for four years, and it’s notable how quickly things have changed. For one, the first iteration fit in […]

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Amazon’s Providing Prime Members Free of charge Year of Nintendo Switch On line

Add another perk for Amazon Prime members. The retailer has announced a new partnership with Nintendo that will give subscribers of its loyalty program a free year of Nintendo Switch Online access. That service typically costs Switch owners $20 per year. At the same time, Amazon is getting wise to people who use the trial […]

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