A Dark Night For Dropbox

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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 Accounting – The Back Office Promise

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Cloud Accounting – The Back Office Promise The promise of platform as a service is very simple: Bring your code, and cloud vendor will handle everything else for you. Users build their applications with the vendor’s tools, APIs and supported programming languages. Platform as a service model of cloud computing increases programmers’ productivity, reduces development

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The Impact Of IT Trends In Mobile Cloud Computing

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The Impact of IT Trends in Mobile Cloud Computing The Rise of Mobile Commerce: Most modern businesses use mobile devices in their daily transactions. In fact, studies show that more than 30% of all mobile users spend around 27 minutes every day texting, calling or video chatting. Based on your budget, ?-commerce’ can be structured into

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How Can Cloud IDEs Save Your Time?: Build and Deploy – Part 2

How Can Cloud IDEs Save Your Time?: Build and Deploy – Part 2 IDE in a cloud uses cloud’s resources on demand to make development process more productive.  You can win a minute or so by decreasing IDE boot time. It might look insignificant, but just multiply those minutes to your team size. Add those

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Is Cloud Computing Killing Open Source Software

Is Cloud Computing Killing Open Source Software The best thing about open source software systems has always been the fact that it is freely available and any programmer or company can use it to develop its own version of that software. For the longest time they have been the best solution for people willing to go outside

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Should You Train To Be A Cloud Computing Professional? – Part 1

Should You Train To Be A Cloud Computing Professional? – Part 1 Growing up as a high school student in the late 90s, I became interested in computers, and for the first time, considered making a career out of it. When I graduated high school in 2000, the love for computers hadn’t died down and

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5 Promising Cloud Based API Services For Cloud Developers

Tropo Makes it simple to build phone, SMS and Instant messaging applications. You use the web technologies you already know and Tropo’s powerful cloud API to bring real-time communications to your apps. Cloudkick REST API lets you query information about your servers and monitors quickly and easily, giving you the ability to integrate Cloudkick into

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How Cloud Computing Can Create Jobs

How Cloud Computing Can Create Jobs “Few companies that installed computers to reduce the employment of clerks have realized their expectations…. They now need more and more expensive clerks even though they call them ‘operators’ or ‘programmers.’” – Peter Drucker (1909-2005), American management guru and author. As Peter Drucker wrote, new technologies do not reduce

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10 most promising cloud computing companies – Structure 2010 LaunchPad

Cloud computing companies, chosen from hundreds of applicants, to be honored at industry’s leading cloud conference, Structure 2010 (PRWEB) May 24, 2010 — GigaOM today announced the winners of Structure 2010 LaunchPad, a high-profile competition that recognizes the 11 most promising cloud companies. From the large number of entries just 11 were chosen as winners

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