Cloud Computing With AT&T – Are They One Step Ahead?

AT&T: Benefits of Marching into Cloud Computing being a leading Telecom Company. Business is a dynamic activity, so should be your infrastructure. Of late, cloud computing has invaded the IT world, fixing its roots deeply and swiftly. With the unexpected seasonal spikes showing up in businesses every now and then, hiring cloud services has become

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ScaleXtreme Announces Early Access Program – Cloud-Based Systems Management

First cloud-based systems management and automation product for public and private cloud servers May 25, 2011 – Palo Alto, CA. ScaleXtreme, Inc., the first cloud-based systems management company, today announced the general availability of its early access product. Systems administrators and IT operations professionals who are interested in trying out a new way of managing

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How Lady Gaga Punctured Amazon’s Cloud Computing Balloon

How Lady Gaga Punctured Amazon’s Cloud Computing Balloon It is a safe guess that most of the regular readers on this website are not fans of Lady Gaga; so, here’s a brief outline: Born March 28, 1986 and named Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, Lady Gaga came to prominence with her first album, “The Fame”, released

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SMBs Using Cloud Storage Also High On Network-Attached Storage

SMBs Using Cloud Storage Also High On Network-Attached Storage More than seven in ten small and medium-size businesses that use cloud-based storage solutions also use networked-attached storage (NAS), according to a newly released survey by research firm In-Stat. This report comes close at the heels of an IBM report that said sixty percent of organizations

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Working Together to Deliver the Cloud: Microsoft and Google Recent Developments

Working Together to Deliver the Cloud If you had any notion of not taking the cloud seriously for your business, your assumptions will certainly be challenged this year. This week alone has seen two significant developments that have boosted the visibility (if not the viability) of the cloud. First, there was Microsoft’s purchase of Internet

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Zumasys Delivers VMware & NetApp Cloud Services

Zumasys Delivers VMware & NetApp Cloud Services Zumasys has achieved both VMware vCloud Power status and the NetApp Gold Service Provider designation. Specializing in migrating custom software applications to the Cloud Zumasys claims that it is the first provider to achieve this status. The company is also gone live with production workload at the SuperNAP

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Auto Scaling Strategies For Windows Azure, Amazon's EC2 And Other Cloud Platforms

Auto scaling strategies for Windows Azure, Amazon’s EC2 and other cloud platforms The strategies discussed in this article can be applied to any cloud platform that has an ability to dynamically provision compute resources, even though I rely on examples from AzureWatch auto scaling and monitoring service for Windows Azure The topic of auto scaling is an

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Can Copyright Issues Derail Cloud Computing?

Can Copyright Issues Derail Cloud Computing? “If the only way a library can offer an Internet exhibit about the New Deal is to hire a lawyer to clear the rights to every image and sound, then the copyright system is burdening creativity in a way that has never been seen before because there are no

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GogoBeans – Shaking to Share – Cloud Content Sharing & Storing Application

GogoBeans – Cloud Content Sharing & Storing Application Do you like an online repository of data, music, pictures, web pages, applications and other social content accessible anywhere from internet, shared with your friends under your privacy terms? Looking to change from the conventional way of tapping & clicking your cell phone to connect with your

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Cloud Computing Rising Stars: Audio Interview With iSpaces.com

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Audio Interview With iSpaces.com CloudTweaks has recently interviewed one of our upcoming rising stars: iSpaces.com The team led by, Dermot Doherty, Sunne Justice and Guillermo Söhnlein founded iSpaces in 2009. They currently offer a cloud-based operating environment; namely, a cloud computer or virtual desktop that currently runs best on Google Chrome and will be released

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Gartner Suggests Ways to Migrate Applications to Cloud

Gartner Suggests Ways to Migrate Applications to Cloud There are five ways by which organizations can move applications into the cloud, according to research firm Gartner. The first option is to rehost or redeploy applications to a different hardware environment and change the application’s infrastructure configuration. Second option is to refactor or run applications on

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How The End Consumer Benefits From Cloud Computing

Benefits From Cloud Computing “God must love the common man, he made so many of them.” – Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865), legendary American President. Three months back I had written an article on the benefits of cloud computing to various stakeholders, such as the Chief Information Officer (CIO), the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), the IT manager,

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eSalesTrack™ – (CRM) Cloud Computing Service Overview

eSalesTrack™ The CRM Introduction – Cloud Computing Service Overview The eSalesTrack™’s CRM is a service of the Soleran Company. The Soleran claims that eSalesTrack™ is the Magnum Opus of world wide software engineers’ effort known as Soleran Development Network (SDN). The cloud based software eSalesTrack™  provides on-demand CRM solutions  like  Account Management, Contact management, Opportunity

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Google Apps Deployment – Best Practices

Best Practices of a Google Apps Deployment View this webcast to geek out with Jim Copeland, Dan Kennedy and Marcello Pedersen, Google Apps deployment specialists, on why a “big bang” approach is earning customers accolades within their organizations. You geeked out with us on the technical details of a Google Apps migration. Our three Google

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