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Five Ways Service Providers Are On Course To Miss The Boat In Cloud Services

Five Ways Service Providers Are On Course To Miss The Boat In Cloud Services

Five Ways Service Providers Are On Course To Miss The Boat In Cloud Services Service providers (SPs) have a golden, but short-lived opportunity to commercialize the $30B cloud services market before AWS and others call it “game over.” By being more agile, able to scale and playing to their strengths, SPs can use the cloud

Cloud World Forum Heads To North America

Cloud World Forum Heads To North America

Cloud World Forum Heads To North America Organisers of the hugely successful Cloud World Series – www.cloudworldseries.com – have launched the first ever edition of the Cloud World Forum North America – http://www.cloudworldseries.com/north-america/ – a one-day cloud computing conference and exhibition taking place on the 6th December, at the Sentry Centers, in New York. Understanding that the

Reasons Why Cloud Computing Remains Unpopular Past 2012

Reasons Why Cloud Computing Remains Unpopular Past 2012 There is no limit to what cloud computing can offer to individuals, corporations, academic institutions, and non-profit organizations. Cloud computing benefits cut across storage, working, communication, and so many other industries and functions. As yet, few people actually use it; or rather very few individuals are making

Egnyte Awarded "Most Promising Start-Up Cloud Provider" at UP 2011 Cloud Computing Conference

Egnyte Awarded “Most Promising Start-Up Cloud Provider” at UP 2011 Cloud Computing Conference Key Industry Experts Project Startup to Revolutionize Cloud Computing MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA–(Marketwire – Dec 7, 2011) – Egnyte, a leading provider of hybrid cloud file server technology, was announced “Most Promising Start-Up Cloud Provider” at Cloudcor’s UP 2011 Cloud Computing Conference in Mountain View, Calif.

Nimbula raises $15M to expand cloud service

Reuters Press Release Nimbula, a provider of cloud-computing services, raised an additional $15 million in venture capital funding in a second round led by Accel Partners on Monday. It plans to use the money to promote market adoption of its on-demand computing service. Accel Partners snagged a spot on the company’s board of directors, which