Sunday, July 3, 2011

Desktop King joins the Cloud

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Steve Ballmer Sticks It to Cloud-Computing Doubters
Motley Fool
By Tim Beyers | More Articles Still think cloud computing is nonsense? The undisputed King of Desktop Computing, Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT ) , yesterday unveiled Office 365, the online version of its namesake productivity suite, at an event in New York. ...
SOA and cloud in the same basket: 'Service Technology'
ZDNet (blog)
By Joe McKendrick | July 2, 2011, 8:42am PDT Is it time to tear down the silos between SOA and cloud, once and for all? Joe McKendrick is an author and independent analyst who tracks the impact of information technology on management and markets. ...
Everyone becoming a cloud provider, even consulting companies
ZDNet (blog)
With the rise of cloud sources, outsourcing is entering a whole new dimension. Just as non-IT companies may find themselves in the cloud business, classic IT providers also are changing their game. Silicon Angle's Alex Williams recently spoke to Pam ...
Create a unified cloud with vCider — Cloud Computing News
By Stacey Higginbotham
Structure LaunchPad startup vCider disguises packets like I disguise zucchini in my four-year-old's chocolate muffins. Except vCider does it to help companies bridge between different cloud providers while providing a bit less latency ...
GigaOM — Tech News, Analysis...
Put it in the Cloud? Are You Nuts? at Literary Abominations
By jdsawyer
Seriously, if you're going to be freaked out about storing things in the cloud, freak out because of all the many other security issues inherent in virtualizing your data and putting it on a server not in your control (any server, ...
Literary Abominations
The Cloud Computing Spectrum | SmartData Collective
By onlinetech
I recently gave a talk on the key trends in cloud computing and to set the stage, I was asked to describe the spectrum of cloud computing options from private cloud computing to public cloudhosting.
SmartData Collective - The world's...
CloudFloor could be a security blanket for the cloud — Cloud ...
By Stacey Higginbotham
CloudFloor, which launched at Structure 2011 last month, has raised $3.1 million from undisclosed investors to build out its software which purports to show both IT workers and business managers how their cloudy assets are performing ...
GigaOM — Tech News, Analysis...
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