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4 hrs ago | GigaOM
Parse.ly Co-founder and CTO Andrew Montalenti shares his views on how startups can best keep their costs down and options open by using cloud computing wisely.
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5 hrs ago | PR-inside.com
The survey investigates the core technologies which retailers are investing in, including the likes of enterprise applications, security, mobility, communications and collaboration, and Cloud Computing.
9 hrs ago | The Motley Fool
Besides announcing results, there was a sprawling who's-who of celebrities, from Sheryl Sandberg to Green Day.
Many technologies have made their presence felt this year and continue to excite us with the promises they hold for the future.
Microsoft may get its mojo back, smartphones will get cheap, and we're about to enter the Year of Encryption.
"The changes that are going on right now are revolutionizing the trade," said Dinto, president and founder of Dinto Electric, one of the largest commercial, industrial electrical contractors in the state.
A $10K investment in Qualys shares made on January 2nd of this year is worth $15,240.00 as of the market close on Friday December 6th, and $10K invested in Amazon shares for the same time period is worth just over $15K .
"ActiveState is focused on the cloud market with a product called Stackato, an enterprise private PaaS solution that allows enterprises to manage and deploy their own Platform as a Service offering," explained Bart Copeland, President & CEO of ActiveState Software, in this SYS-CON.tv interview at the 13th International A Rock Star Faculty, Top ... (more)
The tension that has been building for months between Amazon and supporters of the OpenStack cloud computing framework is finally starting to boil over.
Microsoft has launched the Prime Challenge, asking you to use cloud computing to find "lost primes".
Life sciences has been one of the most productive areas of research using cloud computing.
Today, clients across all industries, including banks, retailers and government, are embracing cloud computing to drive business innovation and growth, but underlying concerns about security, reliability and vendor lock-in have inhibited widespread cloud adoption.
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Cloud computing continues to evolve at a near blistering pace. As more compute and bandwidth resources become available, engineers and cloud architects are able to do more with new, robust platforms.
The Texas Advanced Computing Center at The University of Texas at Austin has announced the addition of Rodeo, the center's new cloud computing offering that will provide a variety of cloud services to its comprehensive set of advanced computing systems.
Technology commentators are a bit trapped by the term "cloud," which has been kicked and slapped around enough to become truly shapeless.