Wednesday May 27, 2020

Getting the most out of the cloud

Moore's Law, named after Intel cofounder Gordon Moore, argues that pieces of IT hardware tends to double in speed and capacity roughly every two years.

3rd July, 2010

Moore's Law, named after Intel cofounder Gordon Moore, argues that pieces of IT hardware tends to double in speed and capacity roughly every two years.

This law been more or less and industry standard over the last 50 years.

But the emergence of cloud computing, with applications and information accessed via the internet, may be about to challenge it, according to Stephen McDonald, head of corporate, enterprise and public sectors with HP's personal systems group (PSG).

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