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KAU scholar gets patent on cognitive radio technology

A staff member of the Jeddah-based King Abdulaziz University has been granted a patent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for creating a new cognitive radio sensing method, according to local media. Dr. Ahmed M. Barnawi of the Faculty of Computing and Information Technology at KAU has reportedly conducted his work using the software-defined radio technology.

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Big Data in Asia Pacific, from the perspective of an Oracle CTO

Marketing intelligence company IDC expects Big Data growth in the Asia Pacific excluding Japan region to grow to be 42.6 percent bigger than it is in 2012. A popular buzzword for the year, next to BYOD and cloud computing, Big Data seems to be a recurring topic in technology circles.

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Building Cloud Business

Here we feature the plans and strategies of 8 leading partners who are betting big on cloud computing, and have launched their own white-label services

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Legal concerns curb corporate cloud adoption

Inside the enterprise, the biggest obstacle to cloud computing is often the company's own corporate counsel. Here's how IT is getting to yes with legal.

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Cloud Expo Silicon Valley: Building an Open Hybrid Cloud with Red Hat

Cloud computing is one of the most strategic initiatives that enterprises will adopt over the next several years.

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Cloud Expo Silicon Valley – Democratization of IT: IT as Service Provider

Cloud computing is disrupting the world of IT as we know it. Unlike previous platform shifts, this one enables users to bypass central IT. Whether you call it "Rogue IT" or "Getting My Job Done," end users taking IT into their own hands is happening today.

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IBM offering companies their own cloud

The new computers, designed for smaller corporations, deliver cloud computing without the Internet's security concerns.

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