Cloud Computing – The future cloud should fend for itself

by James Urquhart with CNet It is fascinating the ways in which the world of computing can be made easier, thus creating opportunity for new complexities–usually in the form of new computing technologies. It’s happened with programming languages, software architectures, computer networks, data center design, and systems virtualization. However, nothing has raised the bar on

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Cloud computing will outlive the web

Story By Bernard Golden at CIO The pervasive growth of the Internet will accelerate cloud adoption The tech world is all a-twitter (literally!) about an article in this month’s Wired Magazine which announces “The Web Is Dead. Long Live the Internet”. The article recites a litany of problems that are choking the web: the rise

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Cloud Security – Intel buys security software firm McAfee for $7.68B

Intel announced today that it will acquire McAfee, maker of anti-virus and other security software, for $7.68 billion in cash, or $48 per share. The per share price is 60 percent more than McAfee’s $29.93 closing price on Wednesday. McAfee shares jumped 58 percent after the deal was made public to $47.42 in pre-market trading,

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Top 10 Cloud Computing Most Promising Adoption Factors

Top 10 Cloud Computing Most Promising Adoption Factors Cloud computing has already fascinated many critics and observers by its progress and fast domination of the IT and Business world. It is on the verge of becoming world premier technology in providing computing services to the organization no matter how small small or big regardless of

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Jerry Huang, CEO Of Gladinet: Interview With CloudTweaks

Jerry Huang, CEO Of Gladinet: Interview With CloudTweaks Are you seeking a Cloud Technology Platform for backing up your critical data? It is a struggle for many firms to make the decision to back-up on local servers or use a Cloud Platform offsite. Gladinet , the Cloud Storage Access Platform company, has solutions which enable

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Amazon Web Services “Start-Up Challenge” Begins Today

Fourth Annual Amazon Web Services “Start-Up Challenge” Begins Today SEATTLE, Aug 18, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Amazon Web Services LLC (AWS), an Amazon.com company /quotes/comstock/15*!amzn/quotes/nls/amzn (AMZN 129.65, +0.79, +0.61%) , today announced the call for entries to the fourth annual AWS Start-Up Challenge, a contest to recognize innovative start-ups that are built on the AWS

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Which Apps Should You Move to the Cloud? 5 Guidelines

Which Apps Should You Move to the Cloud? 5 Guidelines To most people — especially in August — ‘Ocean Services’ probably conjures visions of boogie boards, sun umbrellas and bringing the drinks without getting sand in the glass. To Matson Navigation CIO Peter Weis, it means logistics, and the need to gather, analyze and coordinate

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Cloud Computing Firm NetApp Explores the Possibilities at VMworld 2010

Cloud Computing Firm NetApp Explores the Possibilities at VMworld 2010 SUNNYVALE, CA–(Marketwire – August 18, 2010) –   NetApp (NASDAQ: NTAP) executives will discuss the hottest trends in infrastructure transformation, cloud computing, and virtualization at VMworld® 2010 San Francisco. Manish Goel, executive vice president of Product Operations; Jay Kidd, senior vice president of Product Strategy and

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Virtualization isn't cloud computing

Here is an article we came across the morning by Dan Kusnetzky of ZDnet that points out the difference between Cloud Computing and Virtualization. I came across an interesting post, Is Virtualization the Same as Cloud Computing?, published by Rajan Chandras. He, in turn, was commenting on an article that equated cloud computing and virtualization.

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Top 10 Cloud Computing Email Services For Enterprise Businesses

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Top 10 Cloud Computing email services Google Apps Reliable, secure web-based office tools for any size business Powerful, intuitive applications like Gmail, Google Calendar and Google Docs can help reduce your IT costs and help employees collaborate more effectively – all for just $50 per user per year.  Offers 50X more storage than industry average –

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