Posts Tagged: data

The Forthcoming Public Cloud IaaS Magic Quadrant Tenancy

Performance by Ian Hatcher (Brown University). (You can fuel this by sponsoring this activity in a hosted private cloud or within your public cloud tenancy) This new public cloud covers a subset of the market covered by the existing cloud.

The Forthcoming Public Cloud IaaS Magic Quadrant Tenancy

Performance by Ian Hatcher (Brown University). (You can fuel this by sponsoring this activity in a hosted private cloud or within your public cloud tenancy) This new public cloud covers a subset of the market covered by the existing cloud.

Back Camera

Free Lunch Movement: Network as Crime Scene

Performance by Judd Morrissey and Mark Jeffery (SAIC). (psychogeographic walk / digital display / lunch-time performance) The Final Problem / Free Lunch Movement is a year-long project encompassing elements of writing, text mining, data-visualization, and community psychogeography, woven together through

Back Camera

Free Lunch Movement: Network as Crime Scene

Performance by Judd Morrissey and Mark Jeffery (SAIC). (psychogeographic walk / digital display / lunch-time performance) The Final Problem / Free Lunch Movement is a year-long project encompassing elements of writing, text mining, data-visualization, and community psychogeography, woven together through

The Distributed Sovereign: Political Affect and Network Protocols

Presentation by Jen Boyle (Coastal Carolina University). This presentation excavates a more textured understanding of the concept of “the protocol.” In contemporary networks and network studies, protocols refer to the horizontal and vertical translations that make possible the material enactments

The Distributed Sovereign: Political Affect and Network Protocols

Presentation by Jen Boyle (Coastal Carolina University). This presentation excavates a more textured understanding of the concept of “the protocol.” In contemporary networks and network studies, protocols refer to the horizontal and vertical translations that make possible the material enactments

Networks of Surveillance: Big Brother and Big Data go Digital

Presentation by Heidi McKee (Miami University). In this presentation I will analyze the laws (mostly U.S., but some international) governing the surveillance, collection, and use of personal data and communication— laws that often predate the development of the Web (e.g., ECPA,

Networks of Surveillance: Big Brother and Big Data go Digital

Presentation by Heidi McKee (Miami University). In this presentation I will analyze the laws (mostly U.S., but some international) governing the surveillance, collection, and use of personal data and communication— laws that often predate the development of the Web (e.g., ECPA,