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Amazon Web Services (AWS) Annouced Live Streaming For CloudFront

Announcing Live Streaming for Amazon CloudFront Using Amazon CloudFront with Amazon EC2 running Adobe’s Flash® Media Server and Amazon Route 53 (AWS’s DNS service), you can now easily and cost-effectively deliver your live video via AWS. And, we’ve made it simple to get started by creating an AWS CloudFormation template that handles all of the

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Cloud Based SugarCRM Releases Sugar 6

Cloud Based SugarCRM Releases Sugar 6 SugarCRM’s new edition of software-as-a-service, Sugar 6, is believed to have entered a beta test program from April 13.  SugarCRM is an open-source package that now appears with a newly revamped user interface which can accommodate faster navigation with the help of a one-click access to many of its

The Amazon Cloud Drive – A Quick Overview

The Amazon Cloud Drive – A Quick CloudTweaks Overview The buzz around free online storage started way back in 2006 with Google’s Gdrive but it did not materialized into anything important except as a feature in Google Docs that gives free 1 Gig of storage.  A year later, Microsoft launched its very own SkyDrive with

Amazon Cloud Drive Windows Integration

Amazon Cloud Drive Windows Integration Amazon Cloud Drive is secure and reliable cloud storage from the same company that created Amazon S3, which hosts over 262 Billion objects. Amazon Cloud Drive used from Windows Explorer as a local drive with a drive letter is even cooler. This article shows how to integrate Amazon Cloud Drive

Box.net, Amazon Cloud Drive – The Future Of Cloud Storage And Sharing…

Box.net, Amazon Cloud Drive – The Future Of Cloud Storage And Sharing… The online (or cloud) storage business has always been a really interesting industry. When we started Box in 2005, it was a somewhat untouchable category of technology, perceived to be a commodity service with low margins and little consumer willingness to pay. All