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Cloud News Round Up February 9th

Cloud News Round Up February 9th

Here is your cloud news round up for the week. SaaS Startup Domo Raises $125 Million in New Round of Funding – If there was anything to suggest that SaaS is a highly lucrative business, then this is it. Cloud technology has so much potential, in fact, that Domo (a startup spin-off from Omniture, another startup

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Cloud Infographic: Massive Open Online Courses

Cloud Infographic: Massive Open Online Courses

With the growth of cloud computing, most of us have accomplished some form of telecommuting in the past few years. From updating the latest company lead in the CRM service of choice to coordinating a monthly corporate newsletter which requires last minute updating. This can all be accomplished remotely from the use of a cloud

Hand Writing: Data, Data, Everywhere, But Let’s Just Stop And Think

Hand Writing: Data, Data, Everywhere, But Let’s Just Stop And Think

Hand Writing: Data, Data, Everywhere, But Let’s Just Stop And Think Surely nobody who has the slightest awareness of what’s going on in the world can be unaware of the phrase ‘big data’. Almost every day the newspapers and television make reference to it, and it’s ubiquitous on the web. In November, a Google search

CEOs Call For Big Data And IT Continues To Lead Investment Decisions

CEOs Call For Big Data And IT Continues To Lead Investment Decisions

CEOs Call for Big Data and IT Continues to Lead Investment Decisions IDG Enterprise’s 2014 Big Data Research Details the Investment Areas and Challenges for Big Data Adoption FRAMINGHAM, MA – (Marketwired – Jan 7, 2014) –  IDG Enterprise — the media company comprising of Computerworld, InfoWorld, Network World, CIO, DEMO, CSO, CIO Executive Council, ITworld, CFOworld and CITEworld

Cloud Infographic – The State Of Enterprise Crowdsourcing

Cloud Infographic – The State Of Enterprise Crowdsourcing

Cloud Infographic – The State Of Enterprise Crowdsourcing Enterprise crowdsourcing leverages the human intelligence of the crowd to help organizations efficiently and accurately tackle their Big Data projects. From sentiment analysis and image moderation to customer record enrichment and content creation, businesses continue to find new ways to use the crowd. Included is a very