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CA Technologies Powers Squiz’s Cloud Computing Platform

CA Technologies Powers Squiz’s Cloud Computing Platform Australian web solutions provider Squiz will use CA 3Tera AppLogic software as its cloud computing platform. Squiz delivers on-demand web services via a global network of local offices responding to local client needs. It is leveraging CA’s solution to deliver its product suite to customers in a software-as-a-service

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Cloud Accounting Software Specialist Secures Second Round Funding

Cloud Accounting Software Specialist Secures Second Round Funding and Launches Major New Release Cloud Accounting software specialist, Liquid Accounts has successfully secured second-round funding in order to develop its sales, coinciding with the release of Version 7 of its award-winning online accounting software.  The new version includes many enhancements including a new optional integrated Payroll

Orange Business Services Delivers on Cloud Computing Promise

New Services Expand Cloud Portfolio While Enterprises Look to Orange for Cloud Benefits PARIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Orange Business Services is successfully delivering on its promise and creating notable momentum in the cloud computing market. At a global press event in Paris on Dec. 7, Orange Business Services confirmed its cloud computing ambition and strategy as part of

Novell Delivers First Solution for Comprehensive Cloud Management

Novell Cloud Manager, customers can build and securely manage cloud environments across all leading hypervisors, operating systems and hardware platforms WALTHAM, Mass., Sept. 13 /PRNewswire/ — Novell (Nasdaq: NOVL) today announced the availability of Novell® Cloud Manager, a new solution that enables customers to create and securely manage a cloud computing environment as a seamless

CA Technologies buys its way into cloud fray

By Kevin Kwang, ZDNet Asia Its 2010 acquisition blitz to date includes Oblicore, Nimsoft and 3Tera and shows no signs of slowing as CA Technologies (CA) continues its buying spree to “plug gaps” and bulk up on technical capabilities, particularly in the cloud environment. According to Andi Mann, vice president of product marketing at CA,