The Cloud Eclipse Of MySpace

The Cloud Eclipse Of MySpace I remember a time, not three years ago, when a band was measured and judged primarily by the number of views and – more importantly – plays that they had managed to amass on MySpace. This was after the time, of course, when bands were measured solely on the merits

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Premise To Cloud: Unified Communications – Converge, Collaborate, Compete

Premise to Cloud: Adopting Hosted Unified Communications to Converge, Collaborate, and Compete Collaboration is the linchpin to being competitively relevant. And being relevant is not solely defined by the products or services that an enterprise now offers. Relevancy is defined by how quickly and effectively an enterprise responds to market needs, incubates new ideas, and

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Put A Clamp on Cloud Music? Village Voice Insists Yes

Put A Clamp on Cloud Music? Village Voice Insists Yes Music writers have rung in the New Year with cloud complaints. A recent edition of New York City’s “Village Voice,” America’s largest weekly newspaper, finds head music columnist Maura Johnston picking away at premium music-listening services for the dearth in their artistic content. Her article,

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Cloud Computing 101 For Music Lovers

Cloud Computing 101 For Music Lovers In the music world, clear skies and clouds go hand in hand. And we don’t mean meteorologically. The boom of cloud computing continues to redefine the ways in which we experience our favorite tunes. The music industry, for example, is no longer packaging songs and albums as products that

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Cloud Music: Rdio Killed The iTunes Star

Rdio killed the iTunes star You may have heard of Apple’s iCloud, the Amazon Cloud Player and Google Music Beta, remote music storage services for smartphones, laptops and desktop computers. Rdio is another such service, lesser known but at least equally connected, and with one major advantage over its competitors. Founded by the creators of

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Managing the Virtualization Maturity Lifecycle: Video

Managing the Virtualization Maturity Lifecycle Virtualization demonstrates substantial benefits — in agility, availability and cost reduction — but it is not all clear sailing. Most organizations struggle, sooner or later, with added complexity, staffing requirements, SLA management, departmental politics and more. In fact, most organizations face one (or more) clear ‘tipping points’, where virtualization deployment

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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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