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Popular pricing models adopted in the internet services market

It is now clear that, flat rate pricing, usage-based pricing, and congestion pricing are the popular pricing models adopted in the internet services market. SpendEdge analysts note that the congestion pricing model shows high growth potential since it helps buyers in reducing additional traffic costs. This pricing model provides suppliers with the option to take necessary steps by understanding the congestion levels and accordingly increase the network capacity.

Due to the largely nascent aspect of the IoT, security standardization will take some time

It is clear that, due to the largely nascent aspect of the IoT, security standardization will take some time. For many analysts, these efforts are being underpinned by a dynamic drive to develop specifications, reference architectures and other technical frameworks to address compatibility and interoperability. According to ABI Research, in large part, security is still being addressed through best practices, guidelines, and strategic recommendations, but these efforts are slowly trickling down to embed themselves in standards.

The successful implementation and adoption of IoT technologies will depend on

For many analysts, the IoT represents a game-changing technological breakthrough, but the ecosystem is volatile, fractured, and experimental. As such, it is highly vulnerable to cyberthreats. In fact, the successful implementation and adoption of IoT technologies will depend on the ability to trust the devices and the underlying infrastructure. ABI Research forecasts 48.8 billion connected devices globally by 2021.

Here is why Hosting service providers are adopting virtualization and cloud platforms

The stakes related to the scalability and flexibility are driving key excitements. In effect, Organizations looking to implement measures to enhance their server security and improve scalability are the key consumers of hosting services, and global service providers are adopting virtualization and cloud platforms to improve scalability, cost-effectiveness, and retention of clients.

The IBM LinuxONE Emperor II

At the core of stakes, one can observe new capabilities aimed at helping organizations achieve very high levels of security and data privacy assurance while rapidly addressing unpredictable data and transaction growth. As key feature of the new LinuxONE Emperor II, one can observe that, IBM Secure Service Container, a LinuxONE technology represents a significant leap forward in data privacy and security capabilities. With IBM Secure Service Container, data can be protected against internal threats at the system level from users with elevated credentials or hackers who obtain a user's credentials, as well as external threats. According to IBM, Software developers benefit by not having to create proprietary dependencies in their code to take advantage of these advanced security capabilities. An application only needs to be put into a Docker container to be ready for Secure Service Container deployment, and the application can be managed using the Docker and Kubernetes tools that are i…