Tuesday, June 7, 2011

iCloud--the new iTunes?

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Rumor: Think of Apple's iCloud as 'the new iTunes'
Apple Insider
By Josh Ong Apple's forthcoming cloud-based service could replace iTunes' syncing functionality, according to an unverified report. John Gruber of Daring Fireball suggested in a post on Sunday, "Don't think of iCloud as the new MobileMe; ...
Scenios CEO Mark Davis Warns of Security Risks Surrounding 'The Cloud'
Hollywood Reporter
There are risks connected to the cloud, and users need to understand those risks and make informed decisions to protect themselves, Mark Davis, CEO of Scenios, a cloud-based production management platform, warned Sunday during a panel at the Produced ...
Office 365 Launches in June, Ballmer Says
By Jon Brodkin, NetworkWorld Microsoft spokespeople have been coy about when the Office 365cloud service will launch, saying only that it will come out later in 2011. But CEO Steve Ballmer has revealed that it will launch in June. ...
Look beyond cloud's silver lining
System failures in recent weeks involving such companies as Amazon.com Inc. and Sony Corp. have cast doubts on the security and reliability of cloud computing, and should put financial advisers on high alert. First, Amazon Web Services, which offers ...
A Silver Lining? iCloud Embraces 'Everywhere' Computing
Huffington Post (blog)
That's where the cloud comes in. Now that Apple has a portfolio of lightweight SSD flash memory devices, they've created a need for an always-on, infinitely scalable, cloud-based storage solution. I want my music on all my devices -- but I sure don't ...
The Cloud Won't Save You Money -- And That's OK
By David Linthicum, Infoworld When you think of cloud computing, you probably think of lower costs. However, a recent Forrester Research report concluded that companies now spend as much on new projects as on ongoing operations. ...
Ponemon: Security of Cloud Computing Providers
"This report, brought to you by CA Technologies and Ponemon Institute, is the second in a two-part series covering the state of cloud security. In the first report, Security of Cloud Computing Users: A Study of US and Europe IT Practitioners (May 2010) ...
The IPKat: Apple in the Cloud
By Jeremy
However, it'll be exciting see how the race to colonise the word 'cloud' develops in the near future, especially, in respect of trade mark enforcement on the internet with the keenly awaited European Court of Justice ruling in ...
The IPKat - http://ipkitten.blogspot.com/
New Adventures on The Cloud
By James Ward
Starting June 6th I'll be stepping back into the Java world to evangelize the Cloud for Salesforce.com. I'm excited to dive into some of the emerging Java/JVM technologies like Scala, Play Framework, and Clojure! ...
James Ward - http://www.jamesward.com/
Public IP not sufficient for business cloud | Enterprise Innovation
By 1248862402
Resiliency, latency, and security on the core Internet are problem areas for mission-critical cloud-based business applications, as are the irregular last- mile access networks that exist in many countries, according to Ovum's network ...
Enterprise Innovation RSS feed - http://www.enterpriseinnovation.net/eirss
KT & Softbank in Cloud Venture | Cloud Computing Journal
Maureen O'Gara the most read technology reporter for the past 20 years, is the Cloud Computing and Virtualization News Desk editor of SYS-CON Media. She is the publisher of famous "Billygrams" and the editor-in-chief of "Client/Server ...
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