Sunday, June 5, 2011

Disney not in Apple's Cloud

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Disney won't be a part of Apple's cloud-computing launch on Monday
Orlando Sentinel
In an interview at the D9 digital conference last week in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., Disney CEO Bob Iger said his company will not be part of Apple's cloud-computing launch. Apple's initiative is rumored to be a streaming music service that would ...
Private Clouds? Business Execs Miss The Point
InformationWeek (blog)
By Charles Babcock InformationWeek Business executives believe their firms should be investing incloud technologies, according to a survey released by Avanade, an IT consulting group. But most are thinking in terms of private cloud adoption, ...
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iCloud: 5 Essential Features
By Ian Paul, PCWorld Jun 3, 2011 9:20 AM Nobody knows for sure what Apple has in store Monday when it introduces, iCloud, the company's newest cloud service offering. Will iCloud absorb MobileMe--Apple's calendar, e-mail, and contacts sync service ...
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Online computing: The crowded cloud
Financial Times
But the full potential of an online existence – a life spent in “the cloud”, to use the technology industry's latest terminology – remains unfulfilled. It is into this half-formed world that Steve Jobs, the consumer tech industry's most closely watched ...
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iCloud Is for Developers, Too
While iCloud has been talked about as a consumer cloud service, its position as an integral part of a developer's conference is interesting. Pictures of the banners going up in the Moscone Center prominently feature iCloud, and one of the banners even ...
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Top Telecoms Have Their Heads in the Cloud
Motley Fool
By Shubh Datta | More Articles There's been a lot of recent hype surrounding cloud computing. Although the cloud has brought with it a few security concerns, many analysts claim that it could change the way we view IT. CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL ) sees it ...
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Precise Launches New Virtual Appliance for TPM
Using the server-based Precise Virtual Appliance, IT managers now can manage private cloudapplications in a short amount of time, thanks to an automated deployment approach. Data center software management specialist Precise on June 2 launched an ...
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Office 365 to launch June 28
Seattle Post Intelligencer (blog)
Microsoft will officially launch Office 365, the rebranded next version of its cloud-based productivity suite, on June 28, an executive said late Thursday. With the release, Microsoft is adding the Office Web Apps – lightweight, Web-based versions of ...
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IBM Tackles Education Analytics with SaaS Suite
Campus Technology
By Dian Schaffhauser IBM is expanding its presence in education cloud computing with the release of a new service named Decision Management for Education, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) system that uses data maintained within the institution to guide ...
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