Monday, September 12, 2011

Cloud Computing : Data Recovery Industry in the Age of the Cloud

The Future of the Data Recovery Industry
in the Age of the Cloud 

The Data Recovery sector services deal with hard drives so when looking at future trends away from hard drives to store your files and software there are many computer service companies that have cause for concern. There is a laptop out now with Google's own operating system rather than competitor Microsoft, it's a free operating system with Office Suite. Google Chromebooks is a new cloud computing system where almost no data is stored on the laptop and all the software loading and troubleshooting is somebody else's problem for $28 a month. You're given an ID number to log in from any computer; people will still think in terms of PC but total cloud computing is anything but personal.

 Cloud Computing Basics : Cloud Computing - Data Recovery Industry in the Age of the Cloud

There is a hastening trend toward centralization that is part of the social engineering we are currently undergoing; it has been planned out well ahead of time by a corporate and military hierarchy who are decades further advanced in technology than they reveal to the public. The Internet was originally used by the military and introduced to the public through academic institutions, as the Cloud is servicing universities in Europe today.

In his book "Between Two Ages" in 1970 former U.S. National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski stated that they gave the Internet to the public to bring in global standardization. He states: "The technetronic era involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled society. Such a society would be dominated by an elite who are unrestrained by traditional values. Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen and maintain up-to-date complete files containing even the most personal information about the citizen. These files will be subject to instantaneous retrieval by the authorities." It's like moving to an apartment that doesn't allow satellite dishes so now you're going to have to use cable and there's only one company that has a monopoly. On top of that, you will be offering voluntary self-surveillance since an audit of your books could be done without you knowing about it.

The current form of long-term social engineering brings new changes in gradually in stages so people accept it as normal. Business advantages will entice users to subscribe and consumers will voluntarily sign up for better gaming. Cloud computing will be ultimately be forced on business and society as new classes of applications will be shown to perform best in the Cloud; attractions like this will produce a sense of simply moving up in format much like iPods replaced portable CD players.

If Google Chromebooks become as common as the Blackberry then laptop data recovery won't be necessary. With other Cloud companies opening and marketing more users will go to the newest innovation out of habit. PCs will just become terminals to access the Cloud. Solid-State Drives (SSD) with no moving parts are another innovation in memory devices but may be too reliable to support an industry that relies on crashed drives. They use microchips so the nature of computer file recovery would be inherently different than it is today. Businesses that are data recovery experts will likely be able to add another service if and when the Cloud becomes impossible to avoid.

It may seem a natural evolution but there are ominous signs that it all could go very wrong and in fact the Cloud is designed to fulfill the goals of political controllers. Google may want to sell more Adwords clicks but it's not just about money. It will used as a means of social approval or disapproval since your life will be an open book, even more than it is now with people updating their thoughts all day on Facebook and Twitter. Google and Microsoft read everything in your e-mail and social media sites and that in turn is available to the corporate government to create personality profiles as Google does with your search history to recommend things of interest to your specific taste.

If the seductive promise of convenience and security sways you away from the good old hard drive remember that in the Cloud the government will have access to all of your data any time it wishes through the cooperation of the mega-corporations like Google and Microsoft. Dependency on a centralized system results in social control and the trend is certainly towards eliminating competition in software, data recovery, IT, and every other digital enterprise.

A very advanced microchip has been developed in Japan using nanotechnology that is right out of science fiction. It is designed to be injected and can affix itself to a certain area of the brain where a central computer would issue uploads that will be perceived as whispers to establish a beehive mentality in the workings of society. You know fads��soon everybody will want one.

Pat Boardman is an SEO consultant writing in respect to CBL hard disk recovery U.K. providing services in file recovery such as RAID data recovery UK with labs in Newcastle upon Tyne serving the British Isles and Ireland.

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