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The Social Cloud: Facebook IPO – Is This MySpace 2.0?

The Social Cloud: Facebook IPO –  Is This MySpace 2.0? History repeating: 2000 Bubble, Myspace, 2012 Facebook IPO, NBT (Next Big Thing…)  Investors are expected to sink $5 billion into the Facebook IPO. Wow. Well, from a pure spreadsheet perspective it makes some sense. If you take the 800 million Facebook users multiplied by a value

Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money: UPDATE 5

Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money: UPDATE 5

Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money: UPDATE 5 This is the fifth in a continuing series on startups raising funding. Today, there are two startups in focus – Xeround and SurDoc. Xeround (http://xeround.com/) Xeround, a California-based startup that describes itself as “The Cloud Database”, announced the successful completion of its Series C round of funding

Cloud Mobile Device Management Company 'Numara' Expands Operations

Company sets up operations in Asia, with an office in Singapore, Atul Sinha to head the Asian Operations, Asia region website launched www.numarasoftware.asia APAC Head Office, Sydney, Australia December 21, 2011 – Numara® Software, a global leader in service management, endpoint lifecycle management and mobile device management solutions for IT professionals, announced the launch of

FireHost, Inc. Secures $10 Million in Series B Funding Led by The Stephens Group, LLC

FireHost, Inc. Secures $10 Million in Series B Funding Led by The Stephens Group, LLC Investors Confident in FireHost’s Position as the Go-To Cloud Host for Security (DALLAS, TX – Sept. 15, 2011) — FireHost, a secure cloud hosting company, announces today a growth investment by The Stephens Group, LLC, as well as earlier-round investors.

Can Increased State Taxation Hinder Cloud Computing? – Part 1

Can Increased State Taxation Hinder Cloud Computing? – Part 1 “The best things in life are free, but sooner or later the government will find a way to tax them.”  – Anonymous. Tax officials are usually the most hated representatives of the government, often without reason. However, some recent developments may well provide a valid