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IBM Announces A 10-Year Strategic Partnership with UniCredit

IBM Announces A 10-Year Strategic Partnership with UniCredit

IBM Announces a 10-Year Strategic Partnership with UniCredit to Deliver New Services The multi-billion dollar agreement will enable UniCredit to leverage innovative solutions and Cloud technology, gaining significant levels of efficiency and competitiveness ARMONK, N.Y. – 18 Jul 2013: IBM (NYSE:IBM) announced today a multi-billion dollar, 10-year agreement to transform the IT infrastructure that supports all

Cloud Computing In Education: The New Start-up Frontier?

Cloud Computing In Education: The New Start-up Frontier? Ever since the dot-com bubble of the late 1990s, the dream (or perhaps more accurately, fantasy) of creating a successful start-up and striking gold on the Internet has continuously drawn in new entrepreneurs seeking both fame and fortune. Constantly looking for a new market to conquer (or

UPDATE: Xbox One To Bury Deep In The Cloud

UPDATE: Xbox One To Bury Deep In The Cloud

UPDATE: Xbox One To Bury Deep In The Cloud As Microsoft Emphasizes More on ‘Digital’ (Updated from initial July 4th, 2013 posting) In what seems like a complete departure from Xbox 360, the next generation Xbox One that is coming November 2013 will live most of its lifespan in the gaming realm of the cloud.

Parent-Teacher Communication In The Cloud

Parent-Teacher Communication in the Cloud As the cloud continues to expand and touch more and more of the practices that make up education in American high school classrooms, a natural place for innovations in cloud computing was always apparent in streamlining communication between teachers and the parents of their students. With communication needed on everything

Will Google Glass Usher In The Next Generation Of Cloud Computing?

Will Google Glass Usher In The Next Generation Of Cloud Computing?

Will Google Glass Usher in the Next Generation of Cloud Computing? Ushering in the next generation of anything usually requires there to have been a generation beforehand. Take TVs, for example. 4K, or Ultra HD soon to be lambasting our households for sickeningly affordable prices, is the next generation of high definition television. HD came