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Musing on Springs, Cloud Stiffness and K

Congratulations to our friends at Dropbox that announced earlier last week plans to raise $500 million through an initial public offering . Well done!

Dozens of news articles and blog posts talked about this upcoming event however, I would like to to focus on GeekWire’s article that was highlighting one specific topic reported in the S1 document: How Dropbox saved almost $75 million over two years by building its own tech infrastructure .

After making the decision to roll its own infrastructure and reduce its dependence on Amazon Web Services, Dropbox reduced its operating costs by $74.6 million over the next two years. 

 

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Musing on Ransomware and Other Sophisticated Attacks

Everyone has something to write about ransomware. One can not open a mobile device or a news site without getting notification about some new ransomware-related content.  There’s a good reason: The recent events, media attention and to a certain degree, the public’s panic around the WannaCry ransomware attack are driving a lot of interest and even increase the […]