Author Archives: Anuradha

Infosys and Microsoft Facilitate Global Adoption of Cloud

Infosys and Microsoft Facilitate Global Adoption of Cloud Infosys and Microsoft will jointly address the needs of global enterprises as they adopt the cloud, across industries such as financial services, manufacturing, retail and healthcare.  Both companies will provide cloud-based offerings to clients and collaborate on solution area development, technical proof of concepts, and sales and

CloudPassage Provides Security to Amazon Cloud Customers

CloudPassage Provides Security to Amazon Cloud Customers Cloud server security provider CloudPassage is working with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to provide security to customers within Amazon EC2. CloudPassage has secured a membership in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Solution Providers Program and through this relationship Amazon EC2 cloud customers will have access to CloudPassage Halo. Lightweight, portable,

VMware Launches Cloud Foundry with SuccessFactors

VMware Launches Cloud Foundry with SuccessFactors Virtualization and cloud infrastructure solutions provider VMware has launched its Cloud Foundry project with SuccessFactors. Cloud Foundry helps businesses to build applications using open and industry-standard development technologies while preserving the flexibility to deploy across both public and private clouds. SuccessFactors, a global specialist in business execution software, will

IBM SmartCloud Services and Capabilities, Launched

IBM SmartCloud Services and Capabilities, Launched IBM has introduced advanced cloud services and software to give unprecedented choice, security and portability to businesses. Designed from the ground up for enterprise clients the new offerings are launched at a time when businesses are shifting critical activities to the cloud and use it as a platform for

Hollywood Banks on Cloud-Based Movie Storage

Hollywood Banks on Cloud-Based Movie Storage Studios in Hollywood are set to launch their UltraViolet cloud-based movie storage. This “digital locker” service is expected to boost movie sales by attracting consumers to the cloud. According to Lisa Richwine from reuters.com, this service will enable movie buffs to keep purchased copies of films on remote servers.