ThreatMetrix Receives Two Golden Bridge Awards for Innovation in Cloud-Based

ThreatMetrix Receives Two Golden Bridge Awards for Innovation in Cloud-Based
ThreatMetrix™, the fastest growing provider of fraud prevention solutions that do not require personally identifiable information (PII), announced today it has received two Golden Bridge Awards for innovation in "SaaS or Cloud Computing," as well as
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Microsoft Linux deal is foray into China's cloud
Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Microsoft's announcement indicated that the goal is to "jointly develop, market and sell solutions for the booming cloudcomputing market in China." CS2C sells Linux-based server and desktop operating system
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Question by Ravi: Is cloud computing a good career option in India?
I want to learn cloud computing. Is there any training institute in India which provide such courses ?? And also i want to know do cloud computing a good career option in .

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Answer by 123456
why aren’t u askin this question in yahoo answers India??

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  1. Still learning. says:

    Computer Science is a weird degree. It can be a great option for a career if you actually get the job. Since the job market is so saturated at times it’s hard. Everyone is into it and everyone doesn’t need a programmer or engineer. Also unfortunately for programmers and IT specialist sectors it’s capable of being outsourced.

    In my opinion, if you enjoy cloud computing then get go to school for CS with programming and theoretical computation as most classes. Focus on cloud computing and networking and get at least a masters(or equivalent in India).

    The U.S. LBS does say that the CS degree will be in more damand by 2016. Actually if you look at all the LBS reports you notice that it’s always medical or engineering that comes out on top. So CS isn’t necessarly a bad degree just something I think is hard to get a job with(after the job is obtianed the pay is good and everything is good).

  2. LiveReadings says:

    I would expect it would be considering that’s the way things are going around the world. Though always a good idea to have a broad range of skills you can draw on in any given industry.