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Cloud Computing 2014: Five Cloud Trends To Look For

Cloud Computing 2014: Five Cloud Trends To Look For

Cloud Computing 2014: Five Cloud Trends To Look For All tech giants are aiming at cloud computing as the cloud landscape is all set to dominate the technological world. As mentioned on NY Times, the biggest tech giants including IBM, Amazon, Microsoft, and Google are expected to invest $1 billion annually in cloud computing in

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IBM To Acquire SoftLayer To Accelerate Adoption Of Cloud Computing In The Enterprise

IBM to Acquire SoftLayer to Accelerate Adoption of Cloud Computing in the Enterprise IBM to Form New Cloud Services Division ARMONK, N.Y. – 04 Jun 2013: IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced a definitive agreement to acquire SoftLayer Technologies, Inc., the world’s largest privately held cloud computing infrastructure provider. The acquisition will strengthen IBM’s leadership position in cloud computing

IBM Delivers New Services To Help Clients Move Enterprise Applications To The Cloud

IBM Delivers New Services to Help Clients Move Enterprise Applications to the Cloud Financial, healthcare, government and electronics clients tap IBM SmartCloud Enterprise+; IBM SmartCloud for SAP applications is now available globally ARMONK, N.Y. – 29 January 2013: IBM (NYSE:IBM) today announced global availability for its cloud service on five continents—plus a new center opening

Happy Techsgiving! Top 7 Tech Gadgets I’m Thankful For In 2012

Happy Techsgiving! Top 7 Tech Gadgets I’m Thankful For In 2012 With Thanksgiving just around the corner, I decided to take a couple minutes to think about what tech gadgets I have been most thankful for in 2012. I’ve seen both consumers and corporate clients really begin to embrace a few technologies over the past

Castelfranco Charter: Cloud Computing For Public Health

Castelfranco Charter: Cloud Computing For Public Health A new revolution is occurring in communication and information technology, and that is cloud computing. People are becoming familiar with social networks and emails which are some of the services being offered by cloud computing. The main thrust of this revolution is to use the same concept being