Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Steve Jobs and Apple and the Cloud

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Will Apple Redefine the Cloud?
PC Magazine
iOS 5 will feature some new cloud-based capabilities, but will this be everyone's idea of the cloud, or just Apple's? By Lance Ulanoff I've long since stopped kvetching over the number of things Apple chief executive Steve Jobs can attach an "i" to and ...
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VMware Acquires Socialcast, Adds Enterprise Collaboration To Cloud Platform
The company's software can be delivered as a hosted service, a private cloud implementation, or via an on-premise solution. Socialcast's customers can deploy the software to create a social layer across business systems and employee communication ...
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Supermicro Unveils High-Density MicroCloud Cloud Servers
By Joseph F. Kovar, CRN Server and storage builder Supermicro on Tuesday unveiled a new family of high-density servers aimed at the burgeoning cloud computing data center market. The new MicroCloud SYS-5037MC-H8TRF is the first in a series of blade ...
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Apple's Cloud Product Officially Official And It's Called iCloud
Washington Post
We've been hearing about the potential cloud services for months now and it seems the stars have finally aligned. The MobileMe service recently received some considerable upgrades to improve performance and stability and there has been oodles of talk ...
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April 2011: A Bad Month for Uptime and Security in the Cloud
Windows IT Pro
One such cyclonic cloud passed a mere mile south of my house and thankfully my town's only losses were some property, but it was still a scary sight, and a scary night to live through. If you're reading this, you probably also know that many folks in ...
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Can the Mobile Cloud Resolve Fragmentation?
Data Center Knowledge
A new survey called the “Q2 2011 Mobile Developer Report” conducted by Appcelerator and IDC holds some interesting information about the mobile cloud and smartphone platforms. According to the survey, interest in the Android platform among mobile app ...
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OpSource Executives to Present at Cloud Expo East 2011
Business Wire (press release)
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--OpSource, Inc., the leader in enterprise cloud and managed hosting, today announced that company executives will be presenting at Cloud Expo East taking place June 6-9 in New York. The conference, hosted by Sys-Con Media, ...
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Caswell aims new energy efficient blade server at cloud
Mountain View, California-based Cavium announced the product on Tuesday, saying it was targeted at data center and service providers looking to build cloud-like infrastructures. Up to 10 4U Cavium servers can fit in a data center rack, providing more ...
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Acme Packet Extends Outsourcery's Cloud with Microsoft Lync
Business Wire (press release)
This deployment extends Outsourcery's broad cloud product offerings for businesses by supporting its launch of Microsoft Lync 2010 and allowing geographic distribution across multiple sites. Outsourcery is a world-leading cloud services and unified ...
Apple's Cloud Product Officially Official And It's Called iCloud
By John Biggs
Pop over to today and you'll see a doomed web page. The domain, which redirects to Xcerion's CloudMe software, is sitting on ...
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What Apple's Licensed Cloud Music Service Will Have That Google ...
By Bruce Houghton
(UPDATED) Google and Apple both recently launched cloud music services without licenses from labels and publishers. The result for both are online music storage services rather than a multi-featured cloud music system.
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Movirtu's “cloud phone” connects Third World users | VentureBeat
By Ciara Byrne
Ciara Byrne is a full time techie and part-time writer. She has worked as a software developer, team lead, engineering ...
VentureBeat - » Apple Joins Amazon & Google with Cloud Music
By Sam Churchill
Apple stopped short of providing specifics about Cloud in this morning's announcement. However, details have been leaking out, since Apple acquired online music-streaming service Lala a year and a half ago. Apple's rumored cloud music ... -

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