Week In Review: December 7th, 2012

Cloud News: Week In Review: December 7th, 2012 For anyone who was still harboring doubts about the importance of the Cloud this week has brought news and changes that have sealed the extraordinary influence the Cloud has on our lives. From CPAs who are planning to adopt their business strategies to factor in the Cloud, to Intel who

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The Day Hard-Drives Become Obsolete

The Day Hard-Drives Become Obsolete Not too long ago, the only way to store data for personal users was on the hard-drive of a computer. After that came the use of disks, thumb drives and external hard-drives. This was the way of life for most users for years – until cloud storage. Today, cloud storage

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What Does The Wizard Of Woz Have Against Cloud Computing? Part 1

What Does The Wizard Of Woz Have Against Cloud Computing? – Part 1 When Steve Jobs died last year, the world mourned. And rightfully so. Very few in the history of personal computing and consumer electronics have had as profound an influence as Jobs, and his journey to make Apple the most valuable company in the world,

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Will The Cloud Save The Music Industry?

Will The Cloud Save The Music Industry? The music industry has taken a bit of a pounding in recent years. Illegal downloading brought a once vibrant industry to its knees. Yet, despite being the first victim of the digital revolution, somehow the music industry is still standing, finding new revenue streams and branching out. What

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ScaleXtreme: Server Automation From The Cloud

Scalextreme

ScaleXtreme: Server automation from the Cloud As one of the major Cloud Computing startups to watch for the past few years now, ScaleXtreme offers server automation for both private and public clouds and datacenters. Utilizing their API users can build, deploy, monitor and manage server automation, particular those involving system generation and ongoing server system management.

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Cloud Apps of the Week: PocketCloud

Cloud Apps of the Week On the lookout for the latest cloud applications worth your download? Here’s an impressive trio that will scintillate for couch potatoes on the go, literature obsessives, and the Facebook frustrated. What if you could TiVo your desktop via your mobile phone? PocketCloud from Wyse empowers its users to accomplish just

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Where The Cloud Will Grow in 2012: Look Back at 2011

Where The Cloud Will Grow in 2012: Look Back at 2011 2012 is still newborn. But the year holds much promise for cloud computing’s ascendancy in the public’s regard and in the business world’s harnessing of its assets. Looking back at 2011 sheds light on three areas where progress might be made this year: open

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Cloud Apps of the Week: From College to Cancer Cures

Matchbox

Cloud Apps of the Week: From College to Cancer Cures Matchbox An erstwhile venture capitalist and experienced college admissions officer in might have just revolutionized the pursuit of higher education, via the cloud. As a staff member of the MIT Sloan School of Management’s admissions team, Stephen Marcus experienced firsthand the vexing process of reviewing

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Small Businesses Gain Competitive Advantage With Cloud Computing

How Small Businesses can gain a competitive advantage with Cloud Computing In our increasingly globalized world, small businesses need an effective communications network to span the geographically spread regions of the business. But the business applications required to achieve this are an expensive proposition in our current economic climate. This is making it more and

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Queralt Secures Apple iPads with Cloud

Queralt Secures Apple iPads with Cloud A new cloud based management, tracking, and notification application by Queralt is enabling users to track and secure Apple iPads in schools and businesses. Queralt, a developer of value-based RFID and sensor technology applications, notes that it has developed iOs enabler for iQ3 framework to help businesses know where

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Apple Has Officially Launched iCloud

Apple Has Officially Launched iCloud Apple® CEO Steve Jobs and a team of Apple executives will kick off the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) with a keynote address on Monday, June 6 at 10:00 a.m. At the keynote, Apple will unveil its next generation software – Lion, the eighth major release of Mac OS®

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CloudTalk Launches New iPhone and Android Version

CloudTalk Launches New iPhone and Android Version CloudTalk, a social communications platform that enables personal and natural communication through voice as well as text, photo and video, showed the new version of its application that runs on iPhone and Android, the company said. The new version of the CloudTalk app features rich social and multi-media

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Top 25 European Cloud Computing Rising Stars: Memonic

Memonic

Memonic Attacks Specific Markets with Its Cloud-based Personal Notebook Zurich-based start-up Nektoon Inc. was founded in 2009 to launch a new cloud-based service called Memonic and since then managed to become a popular online service in Europe. The company competes with services like Evernote, providing customers with a personal online notebook to store text, pictures, videos

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Movirtu ManyME Enables Managing Multiple Phone Numbers on a Single Mobile Device

Breakthrough Launch at Mobile World Congress Transforms the Way People Communicate and Stay Connected. LONDON, UK January 18, 2010 – Movirtu, the Cloud Phone(TM) company today announced the launch of ManyME(TM), a revolutionary new patent pending product for mobile service providers, allowing them to create new services for everyone with multiple SIMs and mobile devices

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