Alibaba Cloud Computing Unveils Mobile Cloud Operating System

Alibaba Cloud Computing Unveils Mobile Cloud Operating System BEIJING July 28th, 2011–Alibaba Cloud Computing (“AliCloud”), developer of advanced data-centric cloud computing services and a subsidiary of Alibaba Group, has unveiled its internally developed cloud-based mobile device operating system, “Aliyun OS.” The K-Touch Cloud-Smart Phone W700, the first mobile phone powered by the cloud OS, was

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PocketCloud 1.1: Improved solution to Mobile Computer Access for the Galaxy Tab

PocketCloud 1.1: Improved solution to Mobile Computer Access for the Galaxy Tab Wyse had successfully integrated the realms of cloud computing, personal computing and remote desktop services by introducing PocketCloud a short while back. Using Pocket Cloud, users and administrators can successfully and securely access user machines from anywhere using their smart phones. It’s like

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Revolutionizing mobile applications: Plugging into the Cloud

Revolutionizing mobile applications: Plugging into the Cloud It is often forgotten that not everyone owns a smart phone. As a result, not every mobile device is entitled to processing powers similar to those of the Snap Dragon processor. Majority of the people still use feature phones with low-end functionality and features. With limited battery life,

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Cloud Hypermarket on the Future of Cloud Computing and Microsoft’s “Cloud Power” Campaign

Cloud computing spending will account for 25% of annual IT expenditure growth by 2012 and nearly a third of the growth the following year. “The battle for Cloud dominance is heating up, with the release of Office 365, it will be very interesting to see where the next big play comes from. Andrew Gradwell Director

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