Adobe Creative Cloud: Creation On The Cloud

Adobe Creative Cloud: Creation On The Cloud Last week Adobe released the long-awaited CS6, which comes with Creative Cloud. Creative Cloud provides a simple subscription option ($50/month) to access Adobe’s complete Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, After Effects, Dreamweaver and Flashbuilder), which costs $2600 to buy retail. The package also includes a 20 GB free

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Is My Public Cloud Too Public? Part 4

Cloud Security

Taking the bull by the horns—Secure Identity, Information, and Infrastructure Continued From Part 3 Public cloud computing requires a security model that reconciles scalability and multi-tenancy with the need for trust. As enterprises move their computing environments along with their identities, information and infrastructure to the cloud, they must be willing to give up some level

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Cloud Computing To Join The Search For The God Particle

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Cloud Computing to Join the Search for the God Particle Ever since the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world’s largest and highest-energy particle accelerator, went active in 2008, speculation has been rife that the elusive Higgs boson, a hypothetical elementary particle that should explain why fundamental particles have mass, will finally be discovered. The Higgs

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The Sino Cloud Shift: Unicom China Embraces Cloud Computing

The Sino Cloud Shift: Unicom China Embraces Cloud Computing The nation’s second-largest telecommunications operator by subscriber count, China Unicom (Hong Kong) Limited, recently announced that from now on it will offer cloud-based services to business ventures. The announcement has made China Unicom the pioneer Sino-based telecom carrier to initiate saleable functioning of cloud computing services.

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Cloud Accounting And Telecommuting: Reasons Why Companies Need It

Cloud Accounting And Telecommuting: Reasons Why Companies Need It If you own a small business, you may still be using a spreadsheet or the traditional pen and paper method to maintain accounting records. You may also have been using over-the-shelf accounting software. The above alternatives, no matter how popular they may be, are really outdated

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Is My Public Cloud Too Public? Part 3

Is My Public Cloud Too Public? Part 3 Continued From Part 2 Backup and Recovery The backup and recovery policies and procedures of a cloud service may be superior to those of the organization and, if copies are maintained in diverse geographic locations, may be more robust. In many circumstances, data maintained within a cloud

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Forget The Time 100: Here’s The Coolest In Cloud

Forget the Time 100: Here’s the Coolest in Cloud Cloud computing always seems to progress at a rapid pace. Over just the past few years, the cloud as an industry model has matured from a promising yet passable curiosity enjoying fifteen minutes of fame into an indelible and mushrooming contributor to the contemporary technology community.

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The NVIDIA Game Changer: Cloud-Hosted GPUs And Gaming-As-A-Service

The NVIDIA Game Changer: Cloud-Hosted GPUs And Gaming-As-A-Service NVIDIA is all buckled up to redefine the dynamics of gaming. The company has spilled the beans over three novel cloud technologies aimed at accelerating the available remote computational power by endorsing the number-crunching potential of its very own (and redesigned) graphical processing units. At the heart

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The State Of SaaS Adoption

The State Of SaaS Adoption The most common problems with the adoption of SaaS and how to overcome them. Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is not just a cloud-based delivery model, but also a service that allows organizations to meet their IT service management needs. Without a doubt, SaaS applications have a lot of benefits: saving money and time, focusing

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Is Your Company Ready For A Cloud Service Outage?

Is Your Company Ready For A Cloud Service Outage? If you are using one of the major CSPs (cloud service providers) you may already be used to major service outages. Amazon EC2, Rackspace, Google Apps and Microsoft Azure have all had their fair share of outages in the past 18 months, and some of them

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Nicira Virtualizes The Network For Offshore Cloud Specialist Calligo

Nicira Virtualizes The Network For Offshore Cloud Specialist Calligo UK Channel Islands Cloud Provider Achieves a World First by Creating a Single Virtual Data Center Across Two Island Facilities  Palo Alto, Calif., May 16, 2012 – Nicira, the network virtualization company, today announced that Calligo, a full-service cloud service provider based in the Channel Islands,

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Accounting Software As Software-As-A-Service: Advantages And Disadvantages

Accounting Software As Software-As-A-Service In the mid-80s, accounting software became very popular with midmarket companies. Personalized accounting became an indispensable tool for businesses as personal computers became cheaper. Users took advantage of computer technology because financial report preparation was easier with the help of accounting software. Automated accounting also began to attract users who had

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