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Cloud File Sharing Start-Up Review: Minus

Cloud File Sharing Start-Up Review: Minus

Minus is a cloud-based, out of the box, straight-forward sharing platform which allows the users to upload and share photos, music, videos, PDFs and more. The site is focused on making everything simple and naturally convenient for the users. The site looks, sounds, interacts and then impresses and stands out ahead of others in its

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GogoBeans – Shaking to Share – Cloud Content Sharing & Storing Application

GogoBeans – Cloud Content Sharing & Storing Application Do you like an online repository of data, music, pictures, web pages, applications and other social content accessible anywhere from internet, shared with your friends under your privacy terms? Looking to change from the conventional way of tapping & clicking your cell phone to connect with your

Oracle Health Sciences Cloud: An Optimized Infrastructure and SaaS Platform

Launch of the Oracle Health Sciences Cloud Just a few years back, everything from health records to appointment scheduling was accessed and updated by development and maintenance of some on-site technology in almost all the healthcare organizations. And now, of late, SaaS has emerged as a pattern changer and gained immense popularity in the health

Amazon Goes Shopping – Aquires CLOUD.CO Domain Name

Amazon.com Acquires CLOUD.CO Domain Name Online retailer Amazon.com has acquired the registration rights to the single letter domain names A.CO, K.CO and Z.CO and also to the premium reserved domain name Cloud.CO. This announcement was made yesterday by the official domain registry for the .CO domain, .CO Internet S.A.S., which signed an agreement with Amazon.com

CloudTweaks Partnership with CIO Summit Europe 2011

CloudTweaks Partnership with CIO Summit Europe 2011 Cloudy with a chance of services You’d have to be living under a rock to have escaped the buzz being created by cloud computing. For businesses the cloud can offer tremendous benefits. But it also presents significant challenges for both clients and service providers. To the IT fraternity,