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1 hr ago | GigaOM
Microsoft's chances in this new world depend on its ability to balance old successes like Windows and Office with transformative new technologies, he said.
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1 hr ago | Ananova
California's Silicon Valley is set to lose up to $35bn in revenue as companies and citizens use computer services in other nations to avoid snooping by US intelligence agencies, a new study has suggested.
3 hrs ago | Computing.co.uk
That is the warning of a senior Cisco engineer, who points out that major new data centres currently planned by Amazon, Google and others will have the equivalent power consumption of cities of 500,000 people.
3 hrs ago | Forbes.com
Each Cloud computing took companies by storm this year, with nearly 60 percent of current small-to-medium businesses using cloud services and 72 percent of them virtualizing significant portions of their servers.
5 hrs ago | Data Center Knowledge
The adoption of Solid State Drives amongst cloud providers continues to be a major trend.
IBM announced a new cloud storage invention that provides an interface for users to securely migrate data across multiple clouds, essentially eliminating vendor lock-in in the cloud space.
Toshiba Corporation today announced that it will expand its family of enterprise SSD with new models designed to support read intensive applications with SATA interface.
TRANSFORM is the name of our consulting service, referring to the fact that our primary specialism is in business transformation, how it can be achieved through enterprise cloud computing.
In theory, cloud computing offers a fairly straightforward model for consuming compute and storage resources.
IBM has filed a patent for new cloud storage software, which also comes with the ability to securely migrate data from one cloud to another regardless of who built the cloud.
By connecting laptops and smartphones to enormous, remote computing banks, cloud computing gives us access to more processing power than could ever fit in any one of those devices, along with access to all our data and documents from anywhere in the world.
When you've been around for more than a century, have tens of thousands of patents and spend $6 billion annually on R&D, you would think you will always be ahead, but that's not the case.
The event, which is being hosted by Omnix International, the authorized distributor for Autodesk products in the Middle East, will be promoting the key advantages and benefits to be gained from using the cloud like flexibility, mobility and the power of infinite computing.
In Australia, the adoption of cloud computing is expected to speed up in 2014. Australian companies will become more application-centric, while an infrastructure-centric approach will gradually become redundant, according to a report published by The report notes that security is going to be a key concern for Australian companies in the next 12 ... (more)
Cloud computing continues to promise cost-effective ultra-flexible power to businesses, but at the expense of having direct control over corporate data.
New Zealand's dominant telecommunications company Telecom Corp. announced a deal on Monday to sell its Australian arm AAPT to Sydney-based TPG Telecom for Aus$450 million .
Over the past year, there has been a lot of news swirling around and about the cloud computing space.