Category Archives: Apps

Cloud Computing Email Provider 'Brio' Offers Service Using Google Apps

Cloud Computing Email Provider ‘Brio’ Offers Service Using Google Apps Hyderabad, India based Brio will be offering a complete email solution on the cloud with Google Apps and Google Postini. Brio is a business partner for implementing Google Apps and Google Postini services. The company notes that Google provided training, support and deployment services to

10 Cloud Based CRM Services To Help Manage Your Business

10 Cloud Based CRM Services To Help Manage Your Business SageCRM Offers a CRM solution to enhance the power and convenience of web for marketing, sales, and customer care tools needed for marketing and selling industry leading service. Its system also provides tools for managing and analyzing all the current and historical data and activities.

Cloud Computing Hosting – Keeping Your Head in the Cloud

Cloud Computing Hosting – Keeping Your Head in the Cloud Why Cloud Hosting is becoming more important for developers and web designers. Cloud computing has officially moved on from being  just a buzz word. Start ups, ecommerce giants and freelance web designers have all embraced cloud technology in some form – from Google Apps to

Red Hat Brings Cloud Scale and Agility to the Data-Tier

Red Hat Brings Cloud Scale and Agility to the Data-Tier Open source solutions provider Red Hat has announced the launch of a cloud-ready, highly scalable distributed data cache. Known as JBoss Enterprise Data Grid 6, the new release can deliver a range of benefits such as easing the load on database servers, reduction of response

Cloud Computing Job Of The Day – Principal Software Engineer, Cloud Data Integration

Cloud Computing Job Of The Day – Principal Software Engineer, Cloud Data Integration     Informatica is the leading provider of data integration software and services. As a member of the Cloud server team, you will develop highly scalable, fault tolerant, distributed multi-tenant platform to deliver integration services. This architecture powers the industry’s first commercially