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(klowd),
Adjective applied to patients, adults or babies, who spread methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus into their surroundings in excessive nasal secretions resulting from viral upper respiratory infection.
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In fact a major obstacle in the use of public clouds has been the lack of data security (Ryan, 2011) offered by the public clouds and perhaps that is the reason private clouds have emerged as a choice for enterprises.
The Make the Cloud Enterprise Ready report says: "Long term, enterprises will have a hybrid portfolio of cloud and non-cloud workload deployments that uses these options to optimise resource and agility requirements.
The speed of the clouds might also be explained if the Milky Way's dark matter halo is lopsided, with more material concentrated along one direction than another, Kallivayalil says.
At the same time, the rotation of Earth on its axis causes the storm clouds to start swirling.
If the clouds are present, however, then certain chemical reactions occur on the surface of the clouds that lead to a pretty amazing transformation,'' Salawitch said.
Ubiquity Servers is one of the first cloud providers to adopt OnApp Cloud v3.
Digital] cameras and the Internet have made it much easier to study rare clouds," says Anderson.
Rain forms when water droplets in clouds freeze into ice crystals, which clump together to form snowflakes.
This crowd-sourced community reaches cloud users through Newvem's social media channels including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Quora.
Oracle today introduced the broadest array of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) offerings in the industry, which include bare metal cloud servers that are 11.
Large galaxies such as Andromeda and the Milky Way grow in two ways--by gobbling up smaller galaxies and by snaring clouds of hydrogen gas.
Scientists have tried for years to "seed" clouds to make them release their moisture.