Are Cloud Computing Stocks Overvalued?

Are Cloud Computing Stocks Overvalued? “It’s only when the tide goes out that you learn who’s been swimming naked.” – Warren Buffett, legendary American investor and one of the richest men in the world. If one were looking for lessons in creating wealth in the stock market, there can be no better teacher than Warren

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Data Storage Startup Acunu Raises $3.6 Million To Launch Its First Product

Data Storage Startup Acunu Raises $3.6 Million  To Launch Its First Product London-based startup Acunu managed to secure USD 3.6 million in a Series A funding, provided by UK’s venture capital companies Eden Ventures, Oxford Technology Management and Pentech Ventures LLP, intended to help the company launch its first data storage product. The company’s software

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Cloud Security: Keeping Those Keys Safe

Cloud security: Keeping those keys safe Jack Murgia, from Cloud Controllers, sent me an interesting query last week: “How does LabSlice ensure that the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Access Keys remain secure within the application?” This is a great question, as the AWS Access Keys are the keys to the house for any business using the

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Venture Capitalists Flock To Cloud Computing Startup

Venture Capitalists Flock To Cloud Computing Startup Dell was born in a room at the University of Austin. Facebook originated from a Harvard dorm. Box.net, tracing its origin to a room in the University of Southern California, may or may not become as large as Dell and Facebook, but if recent indications are anything to

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MyCloudSite Offers Free Web Hosting

MyCloudSite Offers Free Web Hosting NEW YORK, NY–(February 25, 2011) – Cloud computing is all the rage — and it’s not just for big companies with deep pockets anymore. CloudPronto has rolled out free web hosting in the cloud through MyCloudSite. Similar to shared hosting, MyCloudSite is a free hosting service that allows several websites

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The Lighter Side Of The Cloud – The Consultant

By David Fletcher  *Please Note: All David Fletcher comic images on this site are owned by CloudTweaks.com. If you would like to reuse them on your social media network, please feel free to do so as long as there is a clearly defined link to the original comic source. If you would like to use them in a

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Top 25 European Cloud Computing Rising Stars: iCloud

Update: Acquired by Apple Xcerion Develops Internet OS Which Provides More Than SaaS Xcerion AB is not a newly established company, really, it was founded in 2001 by Daniel Arthursson but attracted public attention in 2008 and 2009 when it started its Internet OS as a Web 2.0 service over the Internet. Back in 2001,

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Innovation and CyberOverload Conquer

Innovation and CyberOverload Conquer By Ray Depena Are you giving 100% at your job? 110%? If you said yes, you’re depriving yourself, your business, or your employer of your creative potential. Manufacturing facilities are not intended to run at 100% capacity all the time; plant managers understand the risk of trying to run at full

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Cloud First IT: Managing a Growing Network of SaaS Applications

Cloud & SaaS White Paper Series Cloud First IT: Managing a Growing Network of SaaS Applications Controlling who is granted secure access to which applications and data becomes a real challenge when users can get access from any browser, at any time, from any place. SaaS applications enable companies to rapidly deploy powerful capabilities to

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The Cloud And The Accelerating vs Deflating Time To SaaS Revenue

Accelerating vs. deflating time to SaaS revenue Over the past 8 months, we have seen an increase in the number of ISVs contacting us to help them plan a roadmap to SaaS. After reviewing these conversations, a trend has started to emerge. 1. On-Premise ISVs see the need to begin the journey, typically due to

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