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Best Cloud hosting January 2019 | WebHostingGeeks

Difference between cloud vs. VPS, Dedicated & Shared

Shared hosting happens to be the most popular, as well as, classic hosting plan among users around the globe. This is mostly because it is the cheapest hosting option and is suitable for most websites. It is associated with pros such as it is simple, affordable and does not require complex setup process. Nonetheless, shared hosting is associated with cons such as the user has no total control over the performance or server and there are frequently about 2000 shared hosting accounts on a single dedicated server, thereby impacting negatively on other server residents performance when one website demands more power form the CPU, Ram, I/O or bandwidth prospective. On the other hand, VPS (Virtual Private Server) pros include: hard allocated CPU, RAM, bandwidth; it is more powerful as compared to shared hosting; in addition to having better performance, as well as, faster loading times. It cons include the fact that it is more costly as compared to shared hosting and its set up process may turn out to be more technical.

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Top 10 Best Free Cloud Storage Services – 1 more Tech Blog

As the use of mobile devices like smartphones and tablets increase everyday, the need for cloud storage services has also been growing rapidly. Mobile devices with their small and sleek form factors have limitations on the internal storage available on them. This has made cloud storage services a necessity even to the common man. Vying the huge potential in online storage space, many cloud storage services are providing free storage to lure new customers.

With free cloud storage services you can store your videos, music, movies, photos and files in the cloud for free and access them from anywhere on the go through internet. Your data is safe with the cloud storage providers and you dont run the risk of a crashed or stolen hard disk. Listed below are the top 10 best free cloud storage services.

1. Dropbox: Without any doubts, Dropbox is the best cloud storage service in the world. It is very simple to use and is available on almost every platform. Dropbox provides 2 GB of free cloud storage to every user and you can also earn upto 16 GB of additional free storage by referring Dropbox to your friends. (Also See: How To Get More Free Dropbox Cloud Storage Space?)

2. Google Drive: The cloud storage service from the search giant Google provides you with 15 GB of free storage which is shared among its various services like Gmail, Google Plus etc. along with Google Drive. Google Drive lets you store, share and edit your files. You can also collaborate with others to work on your files. (Also See: How To Get More Free Google Drive Cloud Storage Space?)

3. Box: While Dropbox is popular among individuals, Box is popular among business and enterprise users. Box provides 10 GB of free storage for personal use. With a personal account you can only upload files smaller than 250 MB to the cloud which is a major inconvenience if you are looking to store movies or large files. (Also See: How To Get More Free Box Cloud Storage Space?)

4. Mega: Mega comes from the once very popular file hosting service megaupload.com. After megaupload.com was shut down, Mega was launched as the cloud storage service. Mega provides 50 GB of free cloud storage to its clients. (Also See: How To Get Extra Free Cloud Storage On OneDrive, Copy, Bitcasa & Mega?)

5. Copy: Barracuda Networks, the computer data storage company has made a foray into the cloud storage space with Copy. Copy provides 15 GB of free cloud storage to every user and you also get a whopping 5 GB free space for every friend you refer. There is no upper limit to the free storage you can get and sky is the limit.

Many readers have found out that Copy is a very insecure cloud storage service. Big thanks to all the commenters for notifying others the potential risks of Copy.

5. ADrive: ADrive gives you an impressive 50 GB of free cloud storage with personal accounts. But, with the free account you miss out on the best features of ADrive like 16 GB file uploads and also have to bear with the ads on Android and iOS apps.

6. Bitcasa: Bitcasa is a cloud storage service that lays emphasis on the privacy of your data. All data you store on Bitcasa is encrypted before upload and only you can view them. Bitcasa provides 20 GB of free cloud storage and you can access your data from 3 different devices.

7. OneDrive: Microsoft has recently re-branded its cloud storage service previously named SkyDrive to OneDrive. In its attempt to gain a foothold in the industry and drive hundreds of millions of its customers to OneDrive, Microsoft is giving away 7 GB 15 GB of free cloud storage to its users. You can get an additional 5 GB by referring your friends and 3 GB more by enabling photo backup.

8. SpiderOak: This is one more cloud storage service that lays more emphasis on your data privacy. SpiderOak provides a meager 2 GB of free cloud storage which can be expanded upto 10 GB by referring friends (you get 1 GB for every friend you refer to the service).

9. Tencent Weiyun: Tencent is a very huge Chinese internet company that is offering a whopping 10 TB of free cloud storage to every new user! Yes, you heard it right. That is 10240 GB of free cloud storage! So, if you trust the Chinese, you can claim your 10 TB right now. Follow the instructions here.

10. Qihoo 360 Yunpan (Cloud Drive): Qihoo 360 is a reputed Chinese internet security company that offers loads of free cloud storage space. The Qihoo 360 Cloud Drive used to offer a whopping 36 TB (36864 GB!) free cloud storage space. It stills offers huge Terabytes of free cloud storage. Stop worrying about privacy and use this Chinese cloud storage service to dump non-private stuff. (Read: How To Get 36 TB Free Cloud Storage From Qihoo 360 Yunpan (Cloud Drive)?)

These are the top 10 best free cloud storage services currently available. So, share your opinion about these services and also are there any other services worth mentioning here?

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Encryption: Avoiding the Pitfalls That Can Lead to Breaches

Cybercrime , Cybersecurity , Data Breach

The Marriott mega-breach is calling attention to the issues of whether organizations are storing too much data and whether they’re adequately protecting it with the proper encryption steps.

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In its revised findings about a mega-breach that it now says affected 327 million customers, Marriott notes that 25.6 million passport numbers were exposed in the breach, of which 5.25 million were unencrypted. “There is no evidence that the unauthorized third party accessed the master encryption key needed to decrypt the encrypted passport numbers,” Marriott says. But that doesn’t mean that the attackers couldn’t later brute-force decrypt the numbers (see: Marriott Mega-Breach: Victim Count Drops to 383 Million).

Also exposed in the breach were approximately 8.6 million encrypted payment cards that were being stored by Marriott. By the time the breach was discovered in late 2018, however, Marriott says most of the payment cards had already expired. As with the passport data, “there is no evidence that the unauthorized third party accessed either of the components needed to decrypt the encrypted payment card numbers,” Marriott says.

U.S. Sen. Mark Warner, D-Virginia, says the breach highlights a failure by many organizations to minimize the amount of data they routinely store on consumers.

“It’s unacceptable that Marriott was retaining sensitive data like passport numbers for so long, and it’s unconscionable that it kept this data unencrypted,” said Warner, who co-chairs the Senate Cybersecurity Caucus, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Meanwhile, security experts around the world are calling attention to the need to take all necessary steps to properly encrypt sensitive data that organizations store.

Although cryptography is being added to more backend applications, it’s often being implemented incorrectly, contends Steve Marshall, chief information security officer and head of cyber consulting at Bytes Software Services, a U.K.-based IT company. “This often leaves organizations with a false sense of security, which, unfortunately becomes evident when they are attacked,” he says.

And with governments across the world pushing for encryption backdoors to be used by law enforcement, the hacking risks could get worse.

Jagdeep Singh, head of risk and governance at Instarem, a Singapore-based payments company, says many companies worldwide make common mistakes when implementing encryption. For example, they:

Tarun Pant, CEO at SecurelyShare, a Bangalore-based company, says too many organizations focus on encrypting data while it’s transmitted but fail to encrypt it when it’s at rest.

“Many organizations don’t do end-to-end encryption of data,” he says. “Hence, the weakest link is often the source of the breach. Data at rest, if not encrypted with source key, leads to breaches from within the organization.”

Too many companies take a “check list” approach to data security, focusing narrowly on regulatory compliance. These firms often don’t devote enough time and effort to properly implementing encryption, security experts say.

“Many development teams adding encryption to their code call it a day once they achieve the minimum security needed for a regulatory checkmark. This attitude is dangerous,” Singh says (see: Demystifying DevSecOps and Its Role in App Security).

Kevin Bocek, vice president of security strategy and threat intelligence for Salt Lake City, Utah-based Venafi, a cybersecurity company that develops software to secure and protect cryptographic keys, says managing machine identities that are used to establish encryption is challenging for many organizations.

“Investigations have shown that simply not keeping track of machine identities, like TLS certificates, can create encrypted tunnels for hackers to hide in,” Bocek says. “In addition, if a simple machine identity, like a key and certificate, not being updated, mobile networks across entire countries can be impacted.”

Depending on where encryption occurs – column level vs. application level – what encryption techniques are used and what kind of vulnerability is being exploited, attackers can use many different techniques to cause data breaches, says Sandesh Anand, managing consultant at Synopsys, a Mountain View, Calif.-based technology company.

“Practitioners should not build their own crypto algorithms or libraries,” he stresses. “They should instead focus on implementing well-known, peer-reviewed, secure algorithms properly.”

Anand says the best algorithms to use are AES or Advanced Encryption Standard for symmetric encryption algorithm, RSA for asymmetric encryption algorithm and SHA-256 for hashing.

Mistakes in key management also can lead to trouble, Anand says. “Often firms end up either using short keys or they end up using the same key for months,” he says. “Then there is the problem of insecure key management.”

Pune-based Rohan Vibhandik, a security researcher with a multinational company, notes: “Storing or transmitting keys insecurely remains a common mistake, especially in case of a symmetric key where a single key is used at both ends – encryption and decryption.”

While it’s important to secure the storage of machine identities, including keys, it’s become even more critical to be able to have the capability to change machine identities fast, Bocek stresses.

“Browsers can distrust Certificate Authorities. This means businesses have to quickly find and change out machine identities, like TLS keys and certificates, used for encryption,” he says.

While encryption plays an important role in data security, it’s not a cure-all, security experts stress.

“Encryption is just one of the many controls that protect data while in transit or at rest,” Singh says. “However, there are numerous ways to circumvent encryption in a client-server model. “Also, encryption technologies and the way they get adopted are still evolving.”

Anand notes: “Remember: The strength of a chain is the weakest link. So, if crypto keys are lying around in insecure locations or if database admins use weak passwords, data can still be breached. Finally, insecure application controls can also lead to a breach.”

An important aspect of encryption is proper key management.

“Key management is a challenge that grows with the size and complexity of your environment,” Pant says. “The larger the user base, the more diverse the environment, the more distributed the keys are. Hence the challenges of key management will be greater.”

Singh recommends organizations avoid saving keys in the same server as the encrypted data.

“One needs to ensure that private keys, when stored, are non-exportable. Also, one must not use the same keys for both directions,” he says. He also recommends adoption of proper standards, including TLS, or Transport Layer Security, while data is in transit. “Avoid using secure sockets layer as it is outdated,” he emphasizes.

To help ensure that encrypted data remains untampered, adding a layer of hashing and salting is essential, Vibhandik says.

“When data is encrypted, one must hash it using functions like MD5 and SHA,” he says. “To provide further layered security to the hashed data, SALT function must be used; that can prevent tampering of data.

“One must remember that hashing does not add any privacy to data; it only saves against any data alteration or tampering attempts. Encryption provides privacy to your data but does not make it tamper proof. So a combination of both is important for endpoint and end-to-end communication and data security.”

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Cloud Computing – Yahoo

Background

Whats all the fluff about cloud computing? There are plenty of reasons its the most talked-about trend in technology. Starting with the fact that it helps reduce the up-front capital needed to build IT infrastructure and develop software. Cloud services are so appealing that the total market is expected to nearly triple from 2010 to 2016. (Yep, you read that right.)

Of course, technology companies have clamored to add cloud computing to their repertoires, leading to lots of M&A activity. Software and Internet deals represented 57% of transactions closed in 2012, a figure that has grown steadily over the last two years. All of which leaves the cloud looking like a lot more than a passing storm.

We identified US-listed stocks and American Depository Receipts of companies that are engaged in activities relevant to this watchlist’s theme. We then filtered out companies that have a share price of less than .00 or a market capitalization less than 00 million, and excluded illiquid stocks by screening companies for liquidity i.e. average bid-ask spreads, dollar volume traded etc. Finally the proprietary Motif Optimization Engine determined the constituent stocks. Learn more about how we select our watchlists.

Motif is an online brokerage built on thematic portfolios of up to 30 stocks and ETFs. Founded in 2010 by Hardeep Walia, Motif combines complex proprietary algorithms with skilled advisers to develop these thematic portfolios. Learn more about our team.

First, we determined each company’s percentage of total revenue derived from this watchlist’s theme. Second, we applied a pure-play factor to give greater relative weight to companies that derive a higher percentage of their revenue from this theme. Finally, we weighted each company by its market capitalization adjusted for revenue exposure to the theme.

More details on how we build and weight watchlists are available here.

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CES 2019: IBM’s Q System One Is the Rock Star Quantum …

IBM announced the worlds first commercially available quantum computer at CES 2019. Well. Kinda.

Called IBM Q System One, the computer is a glass box the size of a van with a sleek black cylinder hanging from the ceiling. Yet you wont find it in your garage, or in the offices of your nearest Fortune 500 company. Those willing to pay to harness the power of the 20-qubit machine will access IBM Q System One over the cloud. The hardware will be housed at IBMs Q Computation Center, set to open this year in Poughkeepsie, New York.

Reception has proven mixed. While the initial wave of news was positive, some have received the announcement with skepticism. Their points are valid. While IBMs press release touts that Q System One enables universal approximate superconducting quantum computersto operate beyond the confines of the research lab, it will remain under IBMs watchful eye. And IBM already offered cloud access to quantum computers at the Thomas J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown, New York.

In effect, IBM Q System One is an expansion of an existing cloud service, not a new product. Yet that doesnt lessen its impact.

Quantum computing faces many massive scientific challenges. Q System One, with 20 qubits, isnt no where near capable of beating classical computers even in tasks that will theoretically benefit from quantum computing. No universal quantum computer exists today, and no one knows when one will arrive.

Yet, building a useful quantum computer will only be half the battle. The other half is learning how to use it. Quantum computing, once it arrives, will fundamentally change what computers can accomplish. Engineers will tackle the challenge of building a quantum computer that can operate in a normal environment, while programmers must learn to write software for hardware that compute in ways alien to binary computers.

Companies cant rely on a build it, and they will come philosophy. That might suffice so long as quantum computing remains in the realm of research, but it wont work as the quantum realm bumps up against the general public. Quantum will need a breakthrough device that wows everyone at a glance. IBM Q System One is such a device.

Impact is what IBM Q System One was meant to deliver from the start. Robert Sutor, IBMs Vice President of Q Strategy and Ecosystem, said as much, telling Digital Trends that [we] have to step back and say, What have we created so far? Its amazing what weve created so far, but is it a system? Is it a well-integrated system? Are all the individual parts optimized and working together as best as possible?

The answer, up until recently, was no. IBMs quantum computers were not meant to be used outside of a lab and were built with no regard for aesthetic or ease of use. Q System One changes that, and in doing so, it could entirely change how the system and quantum computers, in general are perceived.

This isnt a new strategy for IBM. As Sutor will quickly point out, the company took a similar approach when it built computer mainframes in the 1960s and 70s. With all the focus now, people going back to mid-century modern, IBM has a long history of design. [], he told Digital Trends. We are fully coming back to that. Other examples of this tactic include Deep Blues famous chess match and the ThinkPad, which redefined how consumers thought of portable computers.

Q System One might not be a major leap forward for the science of quantum computing, but it will give the field the standard bearer it needs. Its already making quantum feel less intimidating for those of us who lack a Ph.D in quantum physics.

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Bitcoin | Definition, Mining, & Facts | Britannica.com

Bitcoin, digital currency created by an anonymous computer programmer or group of programmers known as Satoshi Nakamoto in 2009. Owners of Bitcoins can use various Web sites to trade them for physical currencies, such as U.S. dollars or euros, or can exchange them for goods and services from a number of vendors.

Nakamoto was concerned that traditional currencies were too reliant on the trustworthiness of banks to work properly. Nakamoto proposed a digital currency, Bitcoin, that could serve as a medium of exchange without relying on any financial institutions or governments. The proposal was made in October 2008 in a paper published on the Bitcoin Web site, which had been founded in August 2008.

Bitcoin relies on public-key cryptography, in which users have a public key that is available for everyone to see and a private key known only to their computers. In a Bitcoin transaction, users receiving Bitcoins send their public keys to users transferring the Bitcoins. Users transferring the coins sign with their private keys, and the transaction is then transmitted over the Bitcoin network. So that no Bitcoin can be spent more than once at the same time, the time and amount of each transaction is recorded in a ledger file that exists at each node of the network. The identities of the users remain relatively anonymous, but everyone can see that certain Bitcoins were transferred. Transactions are put together in groups called blocks. The blocks are organized in a chronological sequence called the blockchain. Blocks are added to the chain using a mathematical process that makes it extremely difficult for an individual user to hijack the blockchain. The blockchain technology that underpins Bitcoin has attracted considerable attention, even from skeptics of Bitcoin, as a basis for allowing trustworthy record-keeping and commerce without a central authority.

New Bitcoins are created by users running the Bitcoin client on their computers. The client mines Bitcoins by running a program that solves a difficult mathematical problem in a file called a block received by all users on the Bitcoin network. The difficulty of the problem is adjusted so that, no matter how many people are mining Bitcoins, the problem is solved, on average, six times an hour. When a user solves the problem in a block, that user receives a certain number of Bitcoins. The elaborate procedure for mining Bitcoins ensures that their supply is restricted and grows at a steadily decreasing rate. About every four years, the number of Bitcoins in a block, which began at 50, is halved, and the number of maximum allowable Bitcoins is slightly less than 21 million. As of late 2017 there were almost 17 million Bitcoins, and it is estimated that the maximum number will be reached around 2140.

Because the algorithm that produces Bitcoins makes them at a near-constant rate, early miners of Bitcoins obtained them more often than later miners because the network was small. The premium that early users received and Nakamotos silence after 2011 led to criticism of Bitcoin as a Ponzi scheme, with Nakamoto benefiting as one of the first users. (An analysis of the first 36,289 mined blocks showed that one miner, believed to be Nakamoto, had accumulated over 1 million Bitcoins. However, as of 2017, those Bitcoins, then valued at $10 billion, remained unspent.) Defenders of Bitcoin claim that early users should receive some return for investing in an unproven technology.

The value of Bitcoins relative to physical currencies fluctuated wildly in the years following its introduction. In August 2010 one Bitcoin was worth $0.05 (U.S.). Beginning in May 2011, the Bitcoin increased sharply in value, reaching a peak of about $30 that June, but by the end of the year the value of a Bitcoin had collapsed to less than $3. However, Bitcoin began to attract the attention of mainstream investors, and its value climbed to a high of over $1,100 in December 2013. Some companies even began building computers optimized for Bitcoin mining.

With the marked increase in value, Bitcoin became a target for hackers, who could steal Bitcoins through such means as obtaining a users private key or stealing the digital wallet (a computer file recording a Bitcoin balance). The most spectacular theft was revealed in February 2014 when Mt. Gox, which had been the worlds third largest Bitcoin exchange, declared bankruptcy because of the theft of about 650,000 Bitcoins, then valued at about $380 million.

In 2017 the value of Bitcoins rose sharply from around $1,200 in April to more than $10,000 in November. The sharp rise in Bitcoins value encouraged more intensive mining. It was estimated in late 2017 that Bitcoin mining consumed 0.14 percent of the worlds electricity production.

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Quantum Computing | The MIT Press

Summary

A thorough exposition of quantum computing and the underlying concepts of quantum physics, with explanations of the relevant mathematics and numerous examples.

The combination of two of the twentieth century’s most influential and revolutionary scientific theories, information theory and quantum mechanics, gave rise to a radically new view of computing and information. Quantum information processing explores the implications of using quantum mechanics instead of classical mechanics to model information and its processing. Quantum computing is not about changing the physical substrate on which computation is done from classical to quantum but about changing the notion of computation itself, at the most basic level. The fundamental unit of computation is no longer the bit but the quantum bit or qubit.

This comprehensive introduction to the field offers a thorough exposition of quantum computing and the underlying concepts of quantum physics, explaining all the relevant mathematics and offering numerous examples. With its careful development of concepts and thorough explanations, the book makes quantum computing accessible to students and professionals in mathematics, computer science, and engineering. A reader with no prior knowledge of quantum physics (but with sufficient knowledge of linear algebra) will be able to gain a fluent understanding by working through the book.

Hardcover Out of Print ISBN: 9780262015066 392 pp. | 7 in x 9 in 3 graphs, 79 figures, 2 tables March 2011

Paperback $39.00 S | 30.00 ISBN: 9780262526678 392 pp. | 7 in x 9 in 3 graphs, 79 figures, 2 tables August 2014

Authors Eleanor G. Rieffel Eleanor Rieffel is Research Scientist at NASA Ames Research Center. Wolfgang H. Polak Wolfgang Polak is a computer science consultant.

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IBM thinks outside of the lab, puts quantum computer in a box

IBM unveiled the worlds first universal approximate quantum computing systeminstalled outside of a research lab at CES earlier this week and with it, the next era of computing.

The 20-qubit IBM Q System One represents the first major leap for quantum computers of 2019, but before we get into the technical stufflets take a look at this thing.

All we can say is: wowzah! When can we get a review unit?

The commitment to a fully-functional yet aesthetically pleasing design is intriguing. Especially considering that, just last year, pundits claimedquantum computing was adead-end technology.

To make the first integrated quantum computer designed for commercial use outside of a lab both beautiful and functional, IBM enlisted the aid of Goppion, the company responsible for some of the worlds most famous museum-quality display cases, Universal Design Studio and Map Project Office. The result is not only (arguably) a scientific first, but a stunning machine to look at.

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This isnt just about looks. That box represents a giant leap in the field.

Its hard to overstate the importance of bringing quantum computers outside of laboratories. Some of the biggest obstacles to universal quantum computing have been engineering-related. It isnt easy to manipulate the fabric of the universe or, at a minimum, observe it and the machines that attempt it typically require massive infrastructure.

In order to decouple a quantum system from its laboratory lifeline, IBM had to figure out how to conduct super-cooling (necessary for quantum computation under the current paradigm) in a box. This was accomplished through painstakingly developed cryogenic engineering.

Those familiar with the companys history might recall that, back in the 1940s, IBMs classical computers took up an entire room. Eventually, those systems started shrinking. Now they fit on your wrist and have more computational power than all the computers from the mainframe era put together.

It sure looks like history is repeating itself:

TNW asked Bob Wisnieff, IBMs Quantum Computing CTO, if todays progress reminded him of that transition. He told us:

In some respects, quantum computing systems are at a similar stage as the mainframes of the 1960s. The big difference is the cloud access, in a couple of ways:

Imagine if everyone in the 60s had five to ten years to explore the mainframes hardware and programming when it was essentially still a prototype. Thats where we are with quantum computing.

And now, in the IBM Q System One, we have a quantum system that is stable, reliable, and continuously available for commercial use in an IBM Cloud datacenter.

The IBM Q System One isnt the most powerful quantum computer out there. Its not even IBMs most powerful. But its the first one that could, technically, be installed on-site for a commercial customer. It wont be, however. At least not for the time being.

Instead, it can be accessed via the cloud as part of the companys quantum computing Q initiative.

For more information about IBMs Q System One visit the official website here. And dont forget to check out TNWs beginners guide to quantum computers.

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