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  • The 6 Best Bitcoin ASIC Miners

    Posted by QuoteColo on May 16, 2018

    Because it is so difficult to become an effective Bitcoin minter when you are only using the GPU on your computer, the most successful miners have turned to using ASIC hardware. ASIC stands for Application Specific Integrated Circuits, and these are devices that specialize in mining Bitcoin. Because of the noise and the heat created […]

  • Antminer S9 Bandwidth Requirements and Energy Usage

    Posted by QuoteColo on May 14, 2018

    When mining Bitcoin, you need to consider all the costs and requirements of operating the machine whether you are running it at home or you have the machine in a datacenter. Not only must you factor in the cost of the unit itself, but you will also need to think about just how much bandwidth […]

  • The Best Bitcoin Mining Software Solutions

    Posted by QuoteColo on May 08, 2018

    Bitcoin mining can be incredibly profitable. Currently, the bounty for a bitcoin block is 25 bitcoins – that is a significant amount of money, even at the current trading value of the cryptocurrency. For those interested in getting into mining, whether on their own or as part of a mining pool, one of the first […]

  • Compliance vs. Security in the Private Cloud

    Posted by QuoteColo on March 12, 2018

    There is a common misconception when dealing with the private cloud, and in other places as well, that compliance and security are the same things. The truth is that these are two very different things and they play vastly different roles in both your cloud and your internal environment. What cybersecurity does is protect your […]

  • Enterprise Agreements vs. Private Cloud Solutions Providers

    Posted by QuoteColo on March 09, 2018

    Anyone who is in the market for a solution on the cloud has likely heard about Microsoft’s Enterprise Agreement (EA). Network World notes that EA’s are “designed for companies with 250 seats or above, who want to standardize their Microsoft products, have the rights for the most current version of the software, and only want […]