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Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money: UPDATE 11

Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money: UPDATE 11

Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money: UPDATE 11 This is the twelfth in a continuing series on startups raising funding. You can read the latest in the series at: Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money: UPDATE 10 . For previous updates, please click on relevant links in the aforementioned article. Today, there are two startups in focus

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Cloud Benefits in the Energy and Utility Industry

Cloud Benefits in the Energy and Utility Industry A report issued in June 2011 by the Carbon Disclosure Project and supported by AT&T discovered that companies which embrace cloud computing technologies can reduce energy consumption, lower their carbon emissions, and decrease their capital expenditure on IT resources while improving operational efficiency. By 2020, the same group estimates

Cloud Benefits In The Health Industry

Cloud benefits in the health industry Imagine reading your electronic health record on your smartphone, or better yet consulting a doctor’s opinion live from your tablet! These are great possible services enabled by cloud computing applications, which will change the nature of the competition between healthcare companies. To this end, like in any other field,

NetSuite Addresses ERP Needs with Cloud-Business Suite

NetSuite Addresses ERP Needs with Cloud-Business Suite NetSuite has unveiled the first and only cloud-business suite designed specifically for the ERP needs of the world’s largest and fastest-growing companies.  Known as NetSuite Unlimited, the suite has been designed in response to demand from the CEOs, CFOs, and CIOs of top global institutions. NetSuite claims its

Microsoft, Accenture and WSP Environment & Energy Study Shows Significant Energy and Carbon Emissions Reduction Potential From Cloud Computing

REDMOND, Wash. — Nov. 4, 2010 — Businesses that choose to run business applications in the cloud can help reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions by a net 30 percent or more versus running those same applications on their own infrastructure. These findings, from a study commissioned by Microsoft Corp. and conducted by Accenture and