Maybe you’re looking to go long or maybe you are playing the market short.
Maybe your pairing currency against one another (for the sake of context, the
U.S. dollar vs. the Japanese Yen). Whatever your trade for the day or week
and regardless of how much money you are currently day trading with, you are
going to need an avenue in which to conduct your trading activities. More to
the point, you are going to need a virtual platform which allows you to use
any trading app you choose, scale your resources if need be, operate with
sub-microsecond latency to major financial markets and trade from anywhere in
the world with confidence and security.
With this in mind, we want to introduce you to Solar VPS SolarSystem Windows
VPS SolarSystem Windows VPS and SolarSystem Linux VPS. As noted on the site,
SolarSystem Windows and Linux VPS Pods are highly scalable (see the six
In our continuing coverage of Google Fiber, this post will center on the
growing reach of Google Fiber and the work of American cities to beat Google
Fiber to the connectivity chase. To read our first blog post on the subject,
follow this link, “On the Growing Importance of Google Fiber”.
If you live in and around the Austin, Texas area, Google Fiber has a
wonderful surprise for you. Recently voted on and announced by the Austin,
Texas city council, Google Fiber will roll out its 1 gig connectivity service
to 100 locations in and around Austin for free. The move will empower Austi... (more)
Everywhere you look, smart IT companies all over the world are touting Cloud
Computing as the future of the IT industry. But here is the thing, for all
the hotness of the term, what does Cloud even mean?
The term is somewhat amorphous. It has multiple meanings to different people.
For one person, the Cloud might mean the process of virtualizing all of the
services needed to run an office. For someone else, the Cloud means syncing
their iPad with their Macbook Pro and iPod via iCloud. For someone else, the
Cloud might mean saving and sharing their files via Dropbox. For a fourth
A couple of weeks back, Solar VPS President and COO Ross Brouse
(@RossBrouse), gave a technical keynote presentation at New York City’s
Cloud Expo. The presentation covered corporate Cloud adoption – how Cloud
adoption begins on the couch and makes it all the way to the boardroom. Well,
in this short article, we are going to run with that flag and dive into the
topic a bit. So, if you’re a company of any size looking to fully Cloudize
(word, not a word? We think it should be), err, make the jump into the Cloud,
here are a few tips for successful Cloud computing adoption.
Regardless who you ask, regardless what study or poll you read and regardless
of who you talk to, time and time again, the markets’ main concern with
Cloud based solutions are shown in the form of security. Now, most Cloud
computing security concerns come in a pretty standard worry: consumers are
Their data will be hacked and stolen by evil doers Data will be lost due to
weather, blackouts, natural disasters etc
While the former is possible – hacking does happen to even the largest,
most well protected companies/government divisions, the latter is a misnomer
of sorts. ... (more)