Étiquette : cloud (Page 1 of 2)


“Google this evening began alerting Takeout users about the “technical issue.” From November 21-25, 2019, those that requested backups could have had videos in Google Photos “incorrectly exported to unrelated users’ archives.” In requesting a backup, some of your videos — but not pictures — might be visible to random users that were also downloading their data through Google Takeout.”

Source : Google Photos video backups sent to strangers last year – 9to5Google

“Python code to submit rotated images to the Cloud Vision API + R code for visualizing it. This repository was used to create this animation.”

Source : GitHub – minimaxir/optillusion-animation: Python code to submit rotated images to the Cloud Vision API + R code for visualizing it

“Le groupe vient de signer, discrètement, un accord avec Huawei qui s’occupera désormais du cloud des clients français de l’opérateur. Les services secrets, qui notaient la proximité entre la firme et Pékin, s’étranglent : les données des clients iront directement sur les serveurs chinois. L’opérateur nuance : cela ne concerne pas les entreprises, et, toujours selon le Canard, c’est à cause de Free, « si on veut rester compétitifs sans licencier, il faut bien qu’on noue des alliances avec les acteurs les moins chers du marché » se plaignait un cadre de l’opérateur.”

Source : Orange et Huawei : une amitié à géographie variable – Cyberguerre

Red Hat & IBM

“Research shows that 80 percent of business workloads have yet to move to the cloud, held back by the proprietary nature of today’s cloud market. This prevents portability of data and applications across multiple clouds, data security in a multi-cloud environment and consistent cloud management. IBM and Red Hat will be strongly positioned to address this issue and accelerate hybrid multi-cloud adoption. Together, they will help clients create cloud-native business applications faster, drive greater portability and security of data and applications across multiple public and private clouds, all with consistent cloud management.”

Source : IBM to Acquire Red Hat, Completely Changing The Cloud Landscape and Becoming World’s #1 Hybrid Cloud Provider

Potential Data Sources

“Car makers are collecting massive amounts of data from the latest cars on the road. Now, they’re figuring out how to make money off it. With millions of cars rolling off dealer lots with built-in connectivity, auto companies are gaining access to unprecedented amounts of real-time data that allow them to track everything from where a car is located to how hard it is braking and whether or not the windshield wipers are on.
The data is generated by the car’s onboard sensors and computers, and then stored by the auto maker in cloud-based servers. Some new cars have as many as 100 built-in processors that generate data”.

Source : What Your Car Knows About You – WSJ

“Built by creative agency Redpepper, There’s Waldo zeroes in and finds Waldo with a sniper-like accuracy. The metal robotic arm is a Raspberry Pi-controlled uArm Swift Pro which is equipped with a Vision Camera Kit that allows for facial recognition. The camera takes a photo of the page, which then uses OpenCV to find the possible Waldo faces in the photo. The faces are then sent to be analyzed by Google’s AutoML Vision service, which has been trained on photos of Waldo. If the robot determines a match with 95 percent confidence or higher, it’ll point to all the Waldos it can find on the page”.

Source : This robot uses AI to find Waldo, thereby ruining Where’s Waldo – The Verge

Microsoft ouvre ses data centers en France pour renforcer son offre Cloud sur le territoire

«Microsoft officialise aujourd’hui l’ouverture de ses data centers en France, trois en région parisienne et un dans la région marseillaise, en présence notamment de la Centrale d’Achat de l’Informatique Hospitalière – CAIH ainsi que du Conseil Départemental du Val d’Oise qui figurent parmi les premiers clients de ces data centers. Microsoft réaffirme ainsi son engagement vis-à-vis de l’écosystème numérique français en proposant aux entreprises comme aux organisations qui le souhaitent de bénéficier des services Azure et Office 365 depuis la France

Source : Microsoft ouvre ses data centers en France pour renforcer son offre Cloud sur le territoire – Hub Presse

Que signifie « assumer pleinement la responsabilité » d’une telle erreur ?

« Plus de 25 terabytes de données sensibles (adresse, orientation politique…) concernant 198 millions de citoyens américains étaient accessibles sur un serveur en ligne non sécurisé. En cause : une société d’analyse de données recrutée par le Parti républicain pendant la campagne présidentielle pour mieux cibler les électeurs potentiels de Donald Trump. […] Deep Root a reconnu son erreur et sécurisé les fichiers :   “Nous assumons pleinement la responsabilité de cette situation”. »

Source : Les États-Unis subissent la plus grosse fuite de données d’électeurs de l’histoire

As a refresher, Echo only captures audio and streams it to the cloud when the device hears the wake word « Alexa. » A ring on the top of the device turns blue to give a visual indication that audio is being recorded. Those clips, or « utterances » as the company calls them, are stored in the cloud until a customer deletes them either individually or all at once. When that’s done, the « utterances » are permanently deleted. What’s more, the microphones on an Echo device can be manually turned off at any time.

Source : Police seek Amazon Echo data in murder case (updated)

AWS Snowmobile is an Exabyte-scale data transfer service used to move extremely large amounts of data to AWS. You can transfer up to 100PB per Snowmobile, a 45-foot long ruggedized shipping container, pulled by a semi-trailer truck. Snowmobile makes it easy to move massive volumes of data to the cloud, including video libraries, image repositories, or even a complete data center migration. Transferring data with Snowmobile is secure, fast and cost effective.

Source : AWS Snowmobile – Massive Exabyte-Scale Data Transfer Service

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