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Is Cloud Computing A Threat To Older Tech Companies? Part 1

Is Cloud Computing A Threat To Older Tech Companies? Part 1 Almost exactly a year ago, The Informational Data Corporation (IDC) made some pretty bold predictions regarding the development of a new high-tech industry in the convergence of social networking, and cloud-based computing and data storage. IDC suggested that many industry giants may scramble to

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Top 25 European Rising Stars 2012: Nektoon AG

Top 25 European Rising Stars 2012 – Nektoon AG ……Nektoon AG: The Take-it-all Elastic Notebook? Nekton AG is a Swiss startup that operates under its trademark of the Memonic website. Its repertoire of products combines note taking-based and bookmarking-formulated software, syncing all into a cloud environment. The program helps to attach, mark, clip and save

Top 25 European Rising Stars 2012: Audriga

Top 25 European Rising Stars 2012: Audriga

Top 25 European Rising Stars: Audriga ……..Audriga says It’s Time to Stop an Email Clog via Its Migration SaaS The German startup, Audriga has not many peers in a business that many have thought does not exist. According to Gartner, transferring an email with all its contents requires $18. Now one considers what it amounts

Solving Problems On The Cloud Part 2: PaaS Adoption Rates Lag Behind SaaS, Again

Solving Problems On The Cloud Part 2: PaaS Adoption Rates Lag Behind SaaS, Again Continued From Part 1 In the 1920s Gestalt Psychologists developed the concept that by reimagining a difficulty one could solve a problem. This meant restructuring a problem’s components by recasting one’s mental picture. Perhaps this is what’s needed when it comes to

How Cloud Computing Companies Make Their Data Centers Hacker-Proof

Cloud computing naysayers have long cited security and privacy as their number one concerns. While more and more companies are adopting cloud services, many corporations and small businesses are still hesitant to embrace the cloud because of concerns about lax security and hacker attacks. Companies like Microsoft, Google, and Amazon claim to have extremely strong security