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News archives for: Topical News > Cloud Computing
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August 11, 2017 Industry leaders to form consortium for network and computing infrastructure of automotive big data
July 28, 2017 IoT Orchestration Coming, But Slowly
July 24, 2017 Why the Industrial IoT Needs an Open-Source Edge Platform
July 27, 2017 IEEE and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Team on Standards Development for Intercloud Interoperability and Federation
June 6, 2017 When standards aren't standard: Inside a growing movement to shape the booming cloud industry
November 16, 2016 The Linux Foundation Issues 2016 Guide to Open Source Cloud Projects
July 15, 2016 New NERC Rules for Critical Cyber Assets Expand the Scope of U.S. Federal Regulation to New Facilities and Practices
July 21, 2016 TC260 Drafts New Standard for China's Cloud Security Review Regime
July 13, 2016 Agencies push for open standards across cloud services
July 11, 2016 Open Standards Simplify Integration And Enhance Performance Of Cloud-Based Access Control Systems
June 6, 2016 Why open source will be critical to the future of SDDC
March 2, 2016 TC260 Seeks Cybersecurity National Standards Proposals
February 9, 2016 Open Compute Project Extends Focus to TelecommunicationsChristopher Tozzi
December 30, 2015 The road to cloud native may start and end at Google
November 19, 2015 Home › Policy & Industry News Policy & Industry News MIIT Issues Cloud Standardization Guidelines

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