Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Claranet buys UK cloud-computing firm Star for £55m

Claranet buys UK cloud-computing firm Star for £55m
European managed service provider Claranet has acquired UK cloud-computing firm Star as it looks to expand its core businesses. The £55m purchase of STH Limited, and its subsidiary Star, will result in Claranet being able to offer a wider product ...

Neat Company Adds Mobile, Cloud Services to Its Filing System
Expanded Search: Users can now find information they may have stored in multiplecloud services including Google Docs, Dropbox and Evernote. Simply type a search term, pick the services you want to search and access the relevant search results from a ...


Austin expansion continues for Rackspace [Austin American-Statesman]
Because cloud computing is expected to deliver a big leap in efficiency and flexibility for business computing, more companies are moving into the market. International Data Corp. estimates that global spending on "public cloud services" will expand ...

Is public cloud angst an illusion?
Follow @joemckendrick. Despite a lot of reported nervousness about relying on public cloud services for applications and data, there are estimates that at least 30% of Amazon Web Services' customers are large enterprises. This may be a quiet movement.

School trials cloud-computing for use with tablet - The Nation
School trials cloud-computing for use with tablet. To encourage schools to make the most efficient use of government-issued computer tablets as learning tools, the Information and Communications...
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Lockheed Martin Expands Range Of Cloud Computing Services for ...
19, 2012 - Lockheed Martin UK has expanded its offering of cloud computing services available to the UK government after recently being selected to provide ...

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