Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Your Music and the Cloud in the Next Five Years

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Your Music and the Cloud in the Next Five Years
By Eric Mack, PCWorld May 24, 2011 10:26 AM Google joined Amazon last week in the cloudmusic storage party, and Apple is rumored to be coming to the dance soon. But with the biggest names in Silicon Valley trying to shove all our music into the cloud...
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Cloud storage no threat to SMB NAS systems, survey shows
By Lucas Mearian Computerworld - Cloud storage services don't represent the death knell for small and medium-sized business (SMB) network-attached storage (NAS), which is expected to grow to more than $2 billion in 2015. According to a survey by market ...
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Amazon Launches Cloud Service for Oracle DB Management Service
If you've got a complicated enterprise relational database—specifically Oracle DB—helping run your business, you now can subscribe to a new cloud service that can help make your life a whole lot easier. Amazon Web Services on May 24 launched its own ...
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The three layers of cloud computing
Computerworld (blog)
Cloud computing is made up of a variety of layered elements, starting at the most basic physical layer of storage and server infrastructure and working up through the application and network layers. The cloud can be further divided into different ...
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Brightcove turns on app cloud for clients
Brightcove is rolling out Brightcove App Cloud as part of a wider "cloud content" strategy. The company, which has set its sights on an initial public offering this year, has renamed its existing video publishing service Brightcove Video Cloud and will ...
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