Cloud Computing Is Here to Stay! Forbes

Cloud Computing Is Here to Stay! For some, this summer is shaping up to be the “Summer of Cloud Computing,” with every major technology vendor announcing products, or at least a strategy for the cloud. For others, this seems to be the “Summer of Cloud Computing Hype.” There’s been a fair amount of debate of

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Grace Fellowship Church Moves to Cloud Financial Management From Intacct

Shift From ACS to Intacct Streamlines Fund Accounting and Activity-Based Budgeting SAN JOSE, CA–(Marketwire – August 2, 2010) –  Intacct, the leader in cloud financial management and accounting applications, today announced that Grace Fellowship Church has replaced its ACS church management system with Intacct. Grace chose Intacct to fulfill its need for a cost-effective financial management

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Which Cloud Is Right for You?

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There’s no question that the substantial growth of the cloud computing market has become a hot topic, generating almost as much debate and conversation as it has confusion. Many etailers have already realized the benefits of cloud computing, but the different types of public and private clouds and cloud services — such as Infrastructure as

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Google cloud-computing applications get certification for federal government use

Google cloud-computing applications get certification for federal government use Google wants the federal government to use its e-mail. The company earned federal certification last week for its cloud-based e-mail, calendar and other collaboration applications after the General Services Administration determined they met moderate-level federal security requirements. It’s the first cloud-based suite to earn such accreditation

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Cloud Computing Analysts encouraged by Microsoft’s ‘cloud’ progress

Cloud Computing Analysts encouraged by Microsoft’s ‘cloud’ progress SEATTLE (MarketWatch) — Wall Street analysts came away from Microsoft Corp.’s annual gathering encouraged by the company’s progress in adapting to a market in which software applications are increasingly delivered online, according to research reports published Friday. Microsoft increasingly has been moving into so-called cloud computing, where

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Cloud Computing 101 – How to Upload Files to Amazon S3

S3 tutorial for those new to Cloud Computing and AWS S3 Thanks to S3Browser for the illustrations. With S3 Browser you can upload any number of files to Amazon S3. Here are the step-by-step instructions that explain how to upload/backup your files. Start S3 Browser and select the bucket that you plan to use as

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Will cloud computing economics add up for Microsoft?

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By Larry Dignan at ZDnet Microsoft at its financial analyst meeting made the case for being a cloud computing leader and argued that its economic prospects will improve as information technology shifts to an on-demand model. The big question: Do you buy the argument that cloud computing will accelerate Microsoft’s earnings and revenue growth? Let’s

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50 Top Cloud Computing Companies

50 Top Cloud Computing Companies The list has over 50 of the biggest and best up and coming Cloud Computing companies anywhere.  If you’re interested in shifting to the cloud this would be a good place to start your search.  We will include this in our Cloud Vendors section and will be constantly updating with

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Top 10 Cloud Computing Venture Capital Firms To Help Build Your Business

Top 10 Cloud Computing Venture Capital Firms To Help Build Your Business For more than 30 years, NEA has been helping to build great companies. Our committed capital has grown to $11 billion and we’ve funded more than 650 companies in the Information Technology, Energy Technology and Healthcare sectors. For more than 49 years, Norwest

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DreamWorks signs cloud computing deal

DreamWorks SKG has signed a multi-year deal with Cerelink for cloud computing access. Instead of rendering movies like How To Train Your Dragon on thousands of its own computer cores, DreamWorks will use elastic compute resources housed in Cerelink’s supercomputing-class facility at the New Mexico Applications Centre (NMCAC). “Elastic” cloud computing allows clients like DreamWorks

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