Tag Archives: Web 2.0

Top 25 European Cloud Computing Rising Stars: ResearchGATE

ResearchGATE Monetizes Its Web-platform Connecting Researchers Worldwide The “FaceBook For Scientists” Scientists were, and still are, the driving force behind the booming IT industry and its newest sector – Cloud Computing. Scholars have been actively sharing ideas since the dawn of times although the invention of aviation, telephone and electricity made it possible for scientific

Crunchie Awards Finalists – Best New Cloud Start Ups

Best New Cloud Start Ups The Annual Crunchie awards is hosted and put together by TechCrunch, GigaOm, and VentureBeat. Listed are the finalists in each category Best Internet Application ChartBeat Greplin Pandora Rdio Ujam Best Social App Cityville Dailybooth Foursquare GroupMe Twitter Best Social Commerce App Blippy Groupon Jetsetter LivingSocial One King’s Lane ShopKick Best

Cloud Computing and Wikileaks: Was Amazon’s action justified?

Cloud Computing and Wikileaks: Was Amazon’s action justified? By Sourya Biswas of CloudTweaks.com Wikileaks has been grabbing headlines across the globe, and has divided the world into those who laud it for standing up to free speech and others who decry it as detrimental to the national security of the United States. Without being judgmental,

Google Message Continuity – Email Resilience with the Cloud.

Google Message Continuity – Email Resilience with the Cloud.

Email Resilience with the Cloud. By CloudTweaks Many organizations use Microsoft Exchange in one of its versions for their email. In most cases it runs perfectly fine for months at a time without problems, but as anyone who has ever tried to support Exchange knows, when it goes wrong it usually goes seriously wrong. While

Cloud Computing and Google Docs

Why Cloud Computing? Imagine the absence of a power grid throughout the nation, necessitating the presence of a generator in every home for producing electricity. Seems inefficient, doesn’t it? Well, if so be the case, why do we have our computers filled with software we use intermittently? Wouldn’t it be meaningful to use software the same