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John Fox Interview: How Industry Professionals Use The Cloud

By Catherine | August 30, 2012

John Fox Interview: How Industry Professionals Use The Cloud Here at Cloud Tweaks it is my job to tell you all about Cloud Computing and the entertainment industry, and how better to do that than to get industry professionals to

Keeping It Safe In The Cloud

By Catherine | August 17, 2012

Is It Safe In The Cloud? It would be wonderful to think we live in a safe, secure, world but unfortunately we don’t. In the world of computing, this is even more true. Our digital lives are important to us

HP Joins The Cloud, OpenStack Gains Strength

By Catherine | August 16, 2012

HP Joins The Cloud, OpenStack Gains Strength Everyone is jumping on the cloud computing wagon now, and smartly so. Lucky us. Choice is always a great things for consumers. So who else is in the market who we should probably

Amazon Reaches Mars

By Catherine | August 14, 2012

Amazon Reaches Mars The moment the United Kingdom hosts the Olympics, the United States lands on Mars. Competitive? Of course NASA used the most cutting-edge technology, the most advanced of it’s kind: it used cloud computing. Amazon’s founder, Jeff Bezos,

Film And The Cloud

By Catherine | August 10, 2012

Film and The Cloud So how are cloud companies and film companies working together, and what’s new? Let’s find out. Did you know that Channel 4, PBS, Fox Entertainment Group and many more media companies all use Amazon’s public cloud

Music Cloud Services Go Head To Head

By Catherine | August 8, 2012

Music Cloud Services Go Head To Head Music cloud services have become hugely popular. These digital music lockers are making people pay for music again, and why not? These huge music libraries in the cloud have pretty much every song

Music Industry Grows Thanks To The Cloud

By Catherine | August 7, 2012

Music Industry Grows Thanks To The Cloud It is widely known that when it comes to trying to solve the music piracy problem, the music industry closed the gate after the horse bolted. For years CDs and tapes (remember those?)

Lowering Costs With The Cloud

By Catherine | August 3, 2012

Lowering Costs With The Cloud In all businesses keeping costs down is a major concern. The film industry is no exception. In an industry where it costs £30,000 just to remove a beer label with special effects, cuts have to

SoundCloud, But Better

By Catherine | August 1, 2012

SoundCloud, But Better SoundCloud has announced a redesign. The social sound platform’s new design will be available immediately but only through via private beta invites. Ho hum. It will go out to everyone else in the coming months. SoundCloud launched

Selecting The Right Cloud Service – Which Cloud?

By Catherine | July 31, 2012

Selecting The Right Cloud Service – Which Cloud? So you have decided to go with cloud computing, now what? Now you have to choose a cloud service. Price will probably be the first thing on your mind. It is hard

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