Top 25 European Cloud Computing Rising Stars: CloudSigma

CLOUDSIGMA AG was founded in 2009 in Zurich, Switzerland and introduced its core Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solution in May 2010 with its cloud being based in the Interxion data centre in Glattbrugg near Zurich. The underlying philosophy of the company is to offer unrestricted choice of operating systems and unlimited size of servers

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Top 25 European Cloud Computing Rising Stars: Tradeshift

Three Danish e-business enthusiasts and former e-business pioneers working in the European Union and Danish government went on to establish the cloud start-up Tradeshift in 2009. The three were frustrated by expensive or inefficient invoicing solutions and lack of technological advancement in this field. “Back then we asked simple questions like, why are the smallest

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Panda Cloud Antivirus – Promising Cloud Security Tool

Panda Cloud Antivirus Version 1.3 There has been an exponential growth in new viruses and malicious software that are appearing everyday on different IT platforms. Curbing this problem hasn’t been easy; it’s more like a game of cat and mouse. Newer threats and malware is created everyday and as a counter-measure, newer updates and patches

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20 Best Cloud Storage and Sharing Services – CloudTweaks

Here are 20 of our Favorite Cloud Computing Storage and Sharing Services Online Ubuntu One Is your personal cloud. But it’s not just about syncing files — whether you need to access your contacts, notes or bookmarks from any computer or the web, enjoy your favorite music from a cloud integrated store or stream your

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Practically Speaking About Cloud Computing: Google Apps Part I

Google Apps Part I The Solution! The “gonegoogle” site starts with a presentation that for your company having 100 employees, Google Apps cost $ 50 per user per year, that’s less than your company will spend on morning coffee! Employees at your company will be 2.8 times more productive while mobile, because they access files

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Logitech Revue: Lots to Like and Dislike in This Google TV Box

Google Cloud TV & The Logitech Revue The Logitech Revue with Google TV is nothing if not ambitious. Accompanied by a keyboard that incorporates a universal remote as well as mouse functions, this Android-based set-top box brings to your TV search capabilities and an honest-to-goodness Web browser along with solid media-playback and streaming services. With

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WebOS 2.0 – Mobile Cloud Computing

WebOS 2.0 – Mobile Cloud Computing There has been more and more talk regarding Cloud based operating systems and Mobile Cloud Computing. We have come across some WebOS 2.0 beta information and images. Many off these images can be found at wibozi.com and engadget.com. What we’ve noticed is that some of the direct cloud services

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Cloud Computing Comparisons Between AWS, RackSpace and GoGrid Part 2

Cloud Computing Comparisons By Malick As we saw in Part 1, Amazon Web Services being the pioneer in Cloud Services (Please see our earlier post about this topic: Link1, Link2, Link3) it has become common practice to compare other services with AWS. Amazon started offering its windows service back in early 2009. As the cloud

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