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Fujitsu Rolls Out Global Cloud Computing Platform in North America

Fujitsu Rolls Out Global Cloud Computing Platform in North America Fujitsu launching free, three-month beta trial of Infrastructure-as-a-Service offering beginning May 31 Sunnyvale, CALIF. – May 24, 2011 – Fujitsu today announced the North American roll-out of its proven Global Cloud Platform, already launched in Japan, Australia, Singapore and UK. The Fujitsu Global Cloud Platform

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Zumasys Delivers VMware & NetApp Cloud Services

Zumasys Delivers VMware & NetApp Cloud Services Zumasys has achieved both VMware vCloud Power status and the NetApp Gold Service Provider designation. Specializing in migrating custom software applications to the Cloud Zumasys claims that it is the first provider to achieve this status. The company is also gone live with production workload at the SuperNAP

Can Copyright Issues Derail Cloud Computing?

Can Copyright Issues Derail Cloud Computing? “If the only way a library can offer an Internet exhibit about the New Deal is to hire a lawyer to clear the rights to every image and sound, then the copyright system is burdening creativity in a way that has never been seen before because there are no

Why The Cloud Is As Secure As Your PC

Why the Cloud Is As Secure Recently, a great portion of hype in the technology sector is related to cloud computing security and reliability. Recent service interruptions experienced by leading cloud services providers like Amazon, in combination with security issues and credential leaks that occurred in services delivered by Sony and Google’s Android operating systems

Cloud Computing Rising Stars: Audio Interview With iSpaces.com

Cloud Computing Rising Stars: Audio Interview With iSpaces.com

Audio Interview With iSpaces.com CloudTweaks has recently interviewed one of our upcoming rising stars: iSpaces.com The team led by, Dermot Doherty, Sunne Justice and Guillermo Söhnlein founded iSpaces in 2009. They currently offer a cloud-based operating environment; namely, a cloud computer or virtual desktop that currently runs best on Google Chrome and will be released