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Cloud – Based Productivity Solutions for SMBs

Cloud – Based Productivity Solutions for SMBs

Cloud – Based Productivity Solutions for SMBs Especially for small businesses, the cloud environment brings the most valuable benefits. The physical infrastructure deployment and maintenance, the need for specialized IT staff and the expensive software updates are just some of the aspects small businesses would not worry about if they would switch to cloud-based applications.

Could Google Become The New Microsoft Of Cloud IT?

Could Google Become The New Microsoft Of Cloud IT?

Could Google Become The New Microsoft Of Cloud IT? For the past 15 years, Microsoft has been the unquestionable king of business IT. As the market leader in both workstation and server operating systems, Microsoft set the standard and controlled the experience for a generation of both IT professionals and general computer users. Today, even with explosive growth

Microsoft’s Biggest Client, or Just a PR Stunt? – Part II

Microsoft’s Biggest Client, or Just a PR Stunt? – Part II This is the concluding part of a two-part article. For the first part, please see Microsoft’s Biggest Client, or Just a PR Stunt? – Part I . There is another possibility at play here. If Microsoft manages to sell the viability of its cloud offerings

Microsoft’s Biggest Client, Or Just A PR Stunt? – Part I

Microsoft’s Biggest Client, or Just a PR Stunt? – Part I On April 13, Reuters ran a news item where “Microsoft announced its biggest-ever customer for cloud computing – software that it hosts on behalf of clients and delivers over the Internet – after winning a contract to provide free services to the All India

Cloud Funding: Nitro Sets Sights on the Business Cloud; Secures $3.5 Million

Nitro Sets Sights on the Business Cloud; Secures $3.5 Million from Starfish Ventures SAN FRANCISCO, CA – April 3, 2012 – Nitro, a creator of intuitive solutions that enable people to work smarter, today announced that it has secured $3.5 million in funding from Starfish Ventures to fuel aggressive product innovation and recruitment during 2012.