The Real Deal: Why 'Cloud' Is No Longer Sufficient

Cloud computing in 2013: a conversation with Appcore's CEO
ZDNet
Brian Patrick Donaghy, CEO of Appcore, reached out to me to discuss the five things he expected to see in the cloud computing market in 2013. Since his company is in the business of providing Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) tools, it appeared to be ...
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Microsoft needs to step up its cloud game
InfoWorld
As InfoWorld's Ted Samson pointed out this week, Microsoft is intertwining Windows 8, Windows Phone 8, and Windows Azure to help developers build multiplatform, cloud-friendly apps. And it announced a batch of new services and functionality for its ...
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Confidence key for cloud computing revolution
PublicServiceEurope.com
The European Commission says it thinks cloud computing can drive €900bn additional gross domestic product growth and create 3.8 million new jobs in the European Union, all by the end of the present decade. Of course one never quite knows what to make ...
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PublicServiceEurope.com
Amazon speeds up EBS storage input-output — again
GigaOM
... as more public cloud options come on line. awslogojpeg. Some computing and storage tasks require faster data input/output than others. ... Earlier in the week it unveiled two new 64-bit instance types for Amazon's bread-and-butter Elastic Compute ...
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The Real Deal: Why 'Cloud' Is No Longer Sufficient
Wired (blog)
Cloud computing is the future of IT. It's a game-changer that is setting a whole new paradigm for our industry. CIOs and high-level IT executives across all market verticals are expected to put a plan for cloud in place, or better yet, to have already ...
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Wired (blog)
Keeping cloud computing reliable in the storm, and Russia's new Internet ...
Marketplace.org
Katryn says this has taught her something about so-called cloud computing, "I've always visualized a cloud, I mean I think we all do, as being fluffy white air we can access things through it -- our Facebook and our Twitter and our Tumblr accounts. But...
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Marketplace.org
Double-strength cloud to give Aussie researchers a boost
Sydney Morning Herald
Australian researchers will receive a much-needed boost when the free cloud computing resources they use to investigate climate change adaptation, tectonic plate movements and high-energy particle physics, among other things, double in size this month.
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Sydney Morning Herald
Microsoft picks city for cloud computing
EastDay.com
MICROSOFT Corp has chosen Shanghai as the first city in China for commercial and public cloud computing services, Microsoft and the Shanghai government said yesterday. "It's a milestone agreement to show Microsoft's commitment to China," said Ralph ...
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Cricket Australia deploys Orange's cloud computing solution
Equities.com
Nov 02, 2012 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) -- Orange Business Services has won a contract with Cricket Australia to deploy its cloud computing solution Flexible Computing Premium and transform its IT infrastructure into a flexible and scalable platform to ...
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DIGI INTERNATIONAL INC. : Digi International Acquires Etherios, a Leading ...
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"Etherios is a world-class cloud computing services provider with a proven track record of successful domestic and global deployments," said Joe Dunsmore, CEO, Digi International. "We believe Digi's deep device expertise combined with Etherios' ability ...
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