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IDG Contributor Network: SaaS is eating the infrastructure world
March 14, 2017 12:09 pm|Comments (0)

In many ways, we can compare the future of the software world to the emergence of self-driving cars. Just as we’re faced with questions around a unified set of operational standards for all companies eager to remove drivers from behind the wheel, serverless computing poses a similar set of challenges as software eats further and further into the infrastructure stack.

When that happens, the driver (or in this case, the infrastructure) will disappear into the background and the car (in this case, software applications) will take center stage. Whether we’re talking driverless cars or serverless computing, it’s going to be a bumpy road ahead as companies start to adapt. Here’s a look at what will happen when software eats the infrastructure world.

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McDonald’s is no longer letting you watch porn while eating burgers
July 15, 2016 9:35 am|Comments (0)

The porn industry has suffered a devastating loss today. Fast food franchise McDonald’s is now filtering out all pornographic content from its public Wi-Fi service in the majority of its locations in the US. That’s right: There were so many people watching porn while gorging on Big Macs that McDonald’s felt compelled to block access to all explicit content at their restaurants. The decision comes after two years of pressure from Internet safety activist group Enough is Enough that aims to provide safer public WiFi for “children and families”. With this move, McDonald’s joins other chains that have already enforced restrictions on pornographic content like Chick-fil-A and Panera Bread.…

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