The Social Cloud: Twitter’s Top Cloud Titans

The Social Cloud: Twitter’s Top Cloud Titans It’s fair to say that a sizable percentage of cloud-savvy folk maintain active social networking profiles, one of which being an account on mega microblogging titan Twitter. Facebook may tout a larger membership, but few social networks (besides, perhaps, Pinterest) can brag of as compellingly quick growth as

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Cloud Computing To Fuel Job Creation In High Tech Industries

Cloud Computing to Fuel Job Creation in High Tech Industries, says London School of Economics Not long back I had written about a UK study where Chief Information Officers (CIOs) had described cloud computing as having had the biggest positive impact on businesses in 2011 (See: Cloud Computing “Most Positive for Businesses”: UK Study ).

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Deloitte and Salesforce.com Join Hands in Global Cloud Computing Alliance

Deloitte and Salesforce.com Join Hands in Global Cloud Computing Alliance Companies joining hands on the cloud is nothing new, a recent one being the alliance between Microsoft and HP (See: Microsoft and HP Join Hands on the Cloud). Before this, I had covered some team-ups among smaller players in this space (See: Recent Cloud Computing

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Cloud Infographic: 12 Excellent Cities to Find an IT Job

Technology Jobs By City 2012

Cloud Infographic: 12 Excellent Cities to Find an IT Job Here is a terrific looking infographic submitted by Britt from Modis.com The information is based on the number of new jobs available over the past 6 months and discusses findings such as the top industries hiring in each city & what IT skills are in demand. And with

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Infographic: The Benefits of Virtualizing Applications

Cloud Infographic

Infographic: The Benefits of Virtualizing Applications Many misconceptions are associated with virtualizing applications—from added expense to negative impact on performance. Application virtualization, however, has been proven to drastically reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) and increase quality of service. Source: EMC

How to Build a Private Cloud

How to Build a Private Cloud Despite it being so easy to just hook into the public cloud by going to Google, Amazon, Microsoft and other public cloud vendors, a private cloud offers a bit more control to your virtualization and automation efforts. Many people have already tried it and posted up how they did

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(Super)computing On the Cloud

(Super)computing On the Cloud $1279 an hour – seems a lot to hire a computer, right? What if it’s a supercomputer capable of performing 240 trillion calculations per second, or 240 teraflops (a flop is the acronym for floating point operations per second, the universal measure of a computer’s performance)? This is the performance promised

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Cloud Apps of the Week: From College to Cancer Cures

Matchbox

Cloud Apps of the Week: From College to Cancer Cures Matchbox An erstwhile venture capitalist and experienced college admissions officer in might have just revolutionized the pursuit of higher education, via the cloud. As a staff member of the MIT Sloan School of Management’s admissions team, Stephen Marcus experienced firsthand the vexing process of reviewing

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