A Dark Night For Dropbox

Dropbox fail

A Dark Night For Dropbox San Francisco-based file sharing and cloud storage company Dropbox (www.dropbox.com) suffered a major failure on Friday, January 10, 2014, during which many of its subscribers found it difficult or impossible to access their files over the evening as well as much of Saturday. The company’s homepage presented their version of a

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Cloud-only vs. Cloud-based: What’s The Best File Sharing For Business?

Rajesh Ram 'RR'

The cloud file-sharing market has exploded over recent years with users embracing this latest technology to simplify both their personal and professional lives. While cloud has helped remove a lot of the headaches around storage and file access, it has also presented its own challenges. With an increasing number of people using consumer-grade products in

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Heroes Of The Cloud – Part 8


Heroes Of The Cloud – Part 8 As we study the innovators who have helped make cloud computing a reality, it becomes apparent that significant and lasting success in the Cloud field depends as much on entrepreneurial vision as it does technical savvy. Harnessing the technology to get a group of servers, or even server

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On-Demand Software Testing Moves To The Cloud

On-Demand Software Testing Moves To The Cloud Although the cloud has become a standard delivery model for many hosted software applications, cloud-based software testing is just hitting its stride. Cloud-based software testing makes test environments and tools accessible to companies that lack the resources, physical space or ongoing need to develop and provision large-scale, internally

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Cloud Computing in the Middle East

Cloud Computing in the Middle East Over the last few months, I have written about cloud computing and associated events across the world. While most of the articles have understandably concentrated on the US, the largest market in the world, Europe, Australia and Asia have also been covered (For a list of these articles, see

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Former IBM Executive Joins Electric Cloud as Vice President of Business Development

IBM Executive Joins Electric Cloud SUNNYVALE, Calif., Feb. 8, 2011 — Electric Cloud®, the private development cloud company, has appointed Prathap Dendi, former business development executive for IBM, as its new vice president of business development. Dendi will be responsible for securing strategic partnerships that enhance Electric Cloud’s position as a leader in private development

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