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Cloud Infographic: Who Will Acquire RIM?

Cloud Infographic: Who Will Acquire RIM?

Cloud Infographic: Who Will Acquire RIM? Mobile Cloud Computing (MCC) is the next logical evolution for cloud computing. Though mobile technology is still evolving, especially the operating systems, it is doing so in a very rapid pace. Most modern mobile devices are now sporting capable web browsers mainly due to advances in mobile operating systems done by

10 Rockin' Cloud Computing Music Services

10 Rockin’ Cloud Computing Music Services BestBuy Music Cloud BestBuy Music Cloud will allow for you to scan and upload your own music files into their cloud library. You can play these remotely using your portable devices at any time. They will also be offering their own music collection in which can you can purchase

RIM Introduces Cloud Service for Small Business

RIM Introduces Cloud Service for Small Business Research In Motion (RIM) has unveiled a free online service for small businesses to centrally manage company- or employee-owned BlackBerry smartphones in the cloud. The new service-BlackBerry Management Center- also can protect business-related content stored on the handsets. “We are pleased to introduce RIM’s latest cloud service designed

BlackBerry-maker RIM Ties Up with Microsoft for Cloud Storage

BlackBerry-maker RIM Ties Up with Microsoft for Cloud Storage Last week saw the announcement of two major joint ventures in the cloud computing space. While German enterprise software maker SAP AG tied up with Verizon to offer its CRM solutions on the cloud, BlackBerry-manufacturer Research in Motion (RIM) announced it was teaming up with Microsoft

BlackBerry Seeks To Appease Indian Government With Cloud Computing Solution

Blackberry Cloud Computing Solution? By Sourya Biswas BlackBerry manufacturer RIM (Research In Motion) and the Indian government have been at loggerheads for some time now due to the latter’s insistence on monitoring BlackBerry data citing security concerns. With such data being stored on servers outside India, the country’s security agencies could not access it leading