– Jason Voiovich, Vice President, Marketing, Logic PD

We trade data for access all the time.

Facebook, LinkedIn, Google – you name it, if you use these free services, you are explicitly granting them permission to aggregate and disaggregate your data at will. Sure, there are “privacy” settings, but few people actually actively manage them.  

Over the years, the increase in Internet use and projections for future Internet use caused a boom in the construction of data centers. Data centers house and link the servers and other hardware that form the backbone of the Internet.  And many companies and states want a part of the action. Minnesota, for example, passed a

Some of the cloud confusion that I previously discussed must be subsiding because even though only 7% of small businesses were using cloud computing services as of April 2010, that number is expected to exceed 10% by mid 2011 according to technology research firm IDC.  Either that or more small businesses feel they need to jump on the