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CloudTweaks Update 7:58am EST – Storm Sandy

Update 7:58am EST – Storm Sandy Due to the recent Storm Sandy that has affected many in North America. CloudTweaks has decided to postpone any new articles over the next couple of days. This is simply out of respect to those who are suffering through this unfortunate situation. In the meantime,  our servers have not

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The Risks Of Moving To The Cloud

The Risks Of Moving To The Cloud In the current global economic climate, companies and enterprises are required to migrate to cloud-based deployment models in order reduce costs and become self-sustainable. Post the dot-com bubble, the development of advanced web and storage technologies has been on the ascension. One such revolutionary technology developed post the

RIM Introduces Cloud Service for Small Business

RIM Introduces Cloud Service for Small Business Research In Motion (RIM) has unveiled a free online service for small businesses to centrally manage company- or employee-owned BlackBerry smartphones in the cloud. The new service-BlackBerry Management Center- also can protect business-related content stored on the handsets. “We are pleased to introduce RIM’s latest cloud service designed

HP Launches CloudStart to Fast Track Private Clouds

SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 30, 2010 HP today announced HP CloudStart, the industry’s first all-in-one solution for deploying an open and flexible private cloud environment within 30 days. Built on an HP Converged Infrastructure, HP CloudStart simplifies and speeds private cloud deployments. Consisting of hardware, software and services, HP CloudStart empowers businesses to deliver pay-per-use services

Which Apps Should You Move to the Cloud? 5 Guidelines

Which Apps Should You Move to the Cloud? 5 Guidelines To most people — especially in August — ‘Ocean Services’ probably conjures visions of boogie boards, sun umbrellas and bringing the drinks without getting sand in the glass. To Matson Navigation CIO Peter Weis, it means logistics, and the need to gather, analyze and coordinate