From its very inception, the Internet was about decentralization. Most directly, it decentralized nations’ telecom infrastructure, and let people interact through increasingly personalized online platforms. But in a larger sense, the Internet decentralized a huge proportion of modern life, from starting a business, to searching for flights, and even to finding a date. Pre-existing power … Continue reading Cloud Computing Doesn’t Have to Mean Signing Away Your Privacy
The problem, and it is big, is that traditional cloud computing is centralized, and controlled by a small group of powerful corporations. Cloud computing should service all high-level computing users effectively and efficiently. Although it may appear that way on the surface, cloud computing is becoming increasingly complex and cost-prohibitive, even for the pros. The … Continue reading There is a systemic problem with Cloud Computing. Subutai has the solution.
What is the problem with the CLOUD Act, and how Subutai is the answer … Before the CLOUD Act Before the CLOUD Act the US government could ONLY get its hands on the data US companies kept on servers inside US borders. If a US company hosted data outside, say in the EU, the US … Continue reading Two Perspectives; One Solution = Subutai. OptDyn CTO/Founder Alex Karasulu on the CLOUD Act.
CLOUD – obscuring your privacy Shortly after September 11th of 2001 I traveled to Brazil, as I had done for many years before and have done for many years since then. However on this trip I had a very sad message to give to my Brazilian friends: “I am sorry, but you can not trust … Continue reading Two Perspectives; One Solution = Subutai. OptDyn CEO Jon “maddog” Hall on the CLOUD Act.