I Like the Way You Move: A Boom in the Mobile Cloud

I Like the Way You Move: A Boom in the Mobile Cloud Surmounting the economic challenges of 2011, cloud computing emerged as a new technological force to be reckoned with. The New Year has already announced additional strength for the cloud, particularly in the mobile phone sector. Several major tech junkets predicted cloud computing’s push

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Can Cloud Computing Be Bad For Microsoft?

Can Cloud Computing Be Bad For Microsoft? Microsoft and Cloud Computing share a strange relationship. On one hand, Cloud Computing threatens Microsoft’s dominance in the personal computing space through its Windows OS and Office suite; on the other hand, Microsoft accepts the inevitable progress of Cloud Computing and is investing considerable resources in that space

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Skytap Cloud Recognized As 2011 Products Of The Year Winner

Skytap Cloud Recognized As 2011 Products Of The Year Winner SEATTLE, Wash. – January 17, 2012 – Skytap Inc., the leading provider of self-service cloud automation solutions, today announced that the Skytap Cloud was named a 2011 Products of the Year winner by TechTarget’s SearchServerVirtualization.com in the Virtualization Management category.  For the second consecutive year, Skytap was recognized

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More Big Data related Startups for 2012

Zillabyte

More Big Data related Startups For 2012 The number of startups related to Big Data continues to grow exponentially with a number of interesting startups to watch for in 2012. These startups include: Zillabyte, Cloudability and Kaggle. Zillabyte Taking a bite out of the Big Data processing business, Zillabyte.com is set to put Big Data analysis

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Graphene and the Cloud

Graphene

Graphene and the Cloud The current buzz word in the tech world asides from Big Data and the Cloud is… Graphene. Dubbed a wonder material that will revolutionize practically every field in the world, it has been tied somewhat to the parallel explosion of the Cloud.    What is it? Graphene is actually a naturally

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Some Recent Cloud Computing Acquisitions

Some Recent Cloud Computing Acquisitions As an industry matures, consolidation occurs and some prominent players emerge. With big companies already staking their claims in this space – a phenomenon which I had argued differentiated the cloud computing fervor from the dotcom bubble (See: Are Cloud Computing Stocks Overvalued?) – it was only time that the

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The Cloud, Our Kids, and Colleges: Grown Ups Should Take Notes

The Cloud, Our Kids, and Colleges: Grown Ups Should Take Notes Over history, technology repeatedly seems to embrace the young. The older members of society either reject the newfangled whiz-gangs or work hard to incorporate it into their already structured lives. Those born in the 1980s were the first to grow up with a computer;

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Infographic: Who’s using cloud today?

Cloud Priority Chart

Infographic: Who’s using cloud today? Cloud computing is considered a priority by executive teams in 69% of the organisations we surveyed. Among large companies, the percentage is slightly higher (71%) than for medium (67%) and small companies (68%). However, it’s actually small companies that are leading the way in terms of cloud usage. Overall, 76%

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Cloud Computing – A Look Back to Basics

Cloud Computing – A Look Back to Basics There has been much talk about the cloud and about how it can help businesses and how cloud computing is one of the top technologies of the future.  Although, at this point it is probably more appropriate to say cloud computing is the present and the future. 

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Cloud Apps of the Week: Google Music

Cloud Apps of the Week The New York Times has proclaimed Google Music as one of the best cloud applications released for Android phone devices last year. That the music service is offered free of charge helps explain its selection, and also locates Google Music right at home among the other applications in the Google

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US Senator Seeks Federal Funding for New York Cloud Computing Center

US Senator Seeks Federal Funding for New York Cloud Computing Center It’s no secret that the US Government is a big supporter of cloud computing. Although this support has declined slightly from the days when former Federal Chief Information Officer Vivek Kundra was at the helm of the country’s information technology initiatives (See: The Architect

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Finding Your Place In The Cloud – New Cloud Computing Jobs For 2012: Part 2

 New Cloud Computing Jobs For 2012: Part 2 Continuing our look at emerging tech jobs for 2012, we will take a look at the not so directly related jobs such as Augmented reality specialist, Chief agile officer and Flexible resource manager. Augmented reality specialist The augmented reality specialist will see things that aren’t there and

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