Saturday, June 11, 2011

Apple iCloud and Business

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Apple iCloud: Four Hurdles For Businesses
But larger organizations are likely to find obstacles that prevent them from adopting iCloud, at least until Apple or some other vendor using the Cloud APIs addresses the following enterprise concerns. Apple isn't offering a service level agreement, ...
eMusic aims to launch cloud this year
By Glenn Peoples NASHVILLE (Billboard) - Subscription-based download store eMusic is planning to follow its competitors into the cloud in the second half of the year. The company is "hoping by Q4 of this year" to launch the cloud-based service, ...
Hewlett-Packard in talks for building cloud service
based computer and technology company is engaged in conversations with the majors about building a cloud service that would eventually offer music, movies and TV shows. Those discussions began a few months ago. In April, reported that a ...
Networking talk: From cloud to iCloud and why you should care
by Dong Ngo I recently got an e-mail from a reader that bluntly questioned, "Since when has the Internet become the cloud?" and it struck me how far from the truth the term "cloud" is (and I am talking about computing, of course). ...

7 Intriguing Cloud Services at Cloud Expo 2011
PC Magazine
Some of the most intriguing solutions at Cloud Expo came from companies that may not be so familiar. By Samara Lynn Sponsored by tech heavyweights Dell, Abiquo, Oracle and other vendors, this year's Cloud Expo had over 7000 delegates, ...
NOAA moving e-mail to Google's cloud
By Rutrell Yasin The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration plans to migrate 25000 e-mail users to a cloud-based unified messaging service by the end of the year. The agencywide transition to Google Apps for Government will modernize e-mail ...
Business Analytics, Cloud Computing Top 'To Do' List For Midmarket CIOs: Survey
The survey also found a 50 percent increase in the number of midsize organizations that plan to invest in cloud computing, compared to a similar study IBM did in 2009, and a big jump in the number of companies investing in mobile IT. ...
Cloud Poll: Does iCloud Actually Have Anything to Do with Cloud ...
By Klint Finley
In a refreshingly bitter post at Tech Target, Carl Brooks wrote:
Cloud News: Platform, Fujitsu, SOASTA, Skytap, Citrix « Data ...
By John Rath
Platform Computing and Fujitsu partner on HPC solutions, SOASTA's CloudTest to be resold by IBM, Skytap leverages HP's ALM suite, Citrix helps deliver 100000 personal clouds for Indiana University.
Data Center Knowledge
GigaOM Pro free webinar: The open cloud — Tech News and Analysis
By Edit Staff
Join GigaOM Pro and Rackspace at our upcoming webinar, The Open Cloud: The Nexus Between Open Source and Cloud Computing. This free, one hour analyst roundtable will take place on Wednesday, June 15 at 10 a.m. PDT.
GigaOM — Tech News, Analysis...
iTunes in the Cloud Won't Enter the U.K. Until At Least 2012 ...
By Killian Bell
While the iTunes in the Cloud and iTunes Match features unveiled at WWDC this week have since been the center of attention for user in the U.S., users across the pond in the U.K. are still wondering when these features may be available ...
Cult of Mac
Reading in the Cloud by Sue Halpern | NYRblog | The New York ...
In a crucial way, Apple's ascension to the cloud is a step backward, since material stored on iCloud will only be accessible with an Apple-branded device (or a Windows computer, since a lot of Windows users own iPods). ...
NYRBlog - The New York Review of Books
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