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Explore Cloud Computing Architecture through Oracle OpenStack for Linux
May 2, 2017 2:05 pm|Comments (0)

Partners who are new to OpenStack can take the Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux: Getting Started training where they learn the steps involved in …


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PSA: Charitable Donations Through PayPal May Never Reach Your Charity of Choice
March 23, 2017 7:55 am|Comments (0)

If you’ve ever donated to a charity through PayPal’s fundraising platform, be warned: A lawsuit filed yesterday alleges that money given through Paypal’s Giving Fund may never actually reach the intended recipients.

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Mapping Global Happiness In 2016 Through A Quarter Billion News Articles
February 23, 2017 4:50 am|Comments (0)

How the power of the cloud makes it possible to sentiment mine, machine translate, geocode and map a quarter billion news articles to map global happiness in 2016 as seen through the eyes of the world’s press


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Better health care through the cloud? Don't count on it
February 21, 2017 1:10 pm|Comments (0)

According to market researcher Technavio, the global health care cloud computing market will grow more than 21 percent from 2017 to 2021.


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Uber drivers will verify their identities through selfies
October 28, 2016 4:25 am|Comments (0)

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From now on, Uber drivers will start their shifts with selfies. 

The ride-hailing company is expanding its Real-Time ID Check feature across the US, it announced in a blog post Friday. Drivers submit a selfie through the app to ensure the person driving the car matches Uber’s account on file. 

The feature doesn’t connect to a background check or do anything else to ensure the underlying safety of Uber drivers. Instead, it just checks that the person in the car is the same one Uber has on file. 

Drivers will be asked periodically to submit selfies before accepting rides, Uber said. The company uses Microsoft’s Cognitive Services API to compare the photo to one it has. If the photos don’t match, a driver’s account will be temporarily blocked.  Read more…

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