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What’s New in Cloud Computing: September 23-29.

September 29, 2013
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Another wild week in the cloud–the biggest news being the closing of Nirvanix. Let’s take a look at the other headlines: September 23, PaaS could be the way to the hybrid cloud. September 25, the US government continues its move toward the cloud and SkyDive’s app goes glitchy. September 26, Oracle’s CFO swears by...
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What’s New in Cloud Computing: 16-22.

September 23, 2013
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It’s been a wild time but in the cloud with Amazon and Oracle both vying for the public’s attention and some new international surprises! September 16, China’s ZTE plans to go international. Spetember 17, Forbes tells us which cloud skills recruiters look for, Cloudius opts to use Linux and Amazon disses the private cloud....
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What’s New in Cloud Computing: September 9-15.

September 15, 2013
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Plenty of new news this week in cloud computing including some new acquisitions, predictions and analyses–as well as the loss of a major important cloud player to an uncertain future. Let’s take a look: September 10, CPUsage raises $925,000 for high performance cloud computing, EdTech discusses what cloud computing means in admissions, a British-Danish collaboration...
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What’s New in Cloud Computing: September 2-8

September 8, 2013
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It’s been a busy week, especially in international cloud computing. Let’s take a look at the headlines: September 1, Amazon and IBM grapple for new CIA contract. September 3, Cloudcomputing-News discuss how CIOs should rate the cloud and we learn about when one should take the step into cloud computing. September 4, Oracle Pakistan makes plans...
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What’s New in Cloud Computing: August 26-September 1.

September 1, 2013
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While it may have seemed a bit quiet from the outside, this past week was as busy as any other for the cloud with plenty of drama for VMware. Let’s look at the big news: August 28, VMware insists on the need for data centers for enterprises. August 29, Suse extends its partnership with...
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What’s New in Cloud Computing: August 19-25.

August 25, 2013
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Cloud computing news has been quite far-flung this week with the Philippines planning to take banking to the cloud and Rackspace’s competitive streak coming through. Let’s take a look at what else has happened this week: August 19, Burton, of the Cloud Industry Forum, discusses who will claim control of the cloud. August 20,...
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What’s New in Cloud Computing: August 10-18.

August 18, 2013
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New IBM contracts, banks moving into cloud territory, the UK’s shortage of cloud experts–it’s been a busy week for cloud computing! Let’s take a look at the most recent headlines. August 10, Lavabit closes, marking big changes to come in US cloud computing. August 12, many US banks take a look at cloud computing,...
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NSA Could Set Back Cloud Industry by $35 Billion.

August 9, 2013
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By Matt Brownell (from Daily Finance.) “Would you store your data with a company if you had reason to believe that by doing so, you were essentially giving a government a free pass to access that valuable information at any time? A lot of people and businesses would say no. So the recent revelations...
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LIU and CloudInsure Team Up to Give Coverage for Cloud Providers.

August 7, 2013
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By Amy O’Conner (from Insurance Journal.) “A new insurance partnership between Liberty International Underwriters and CyberRiskPartners’ CloudInsure will provide insurance backing for cloud providers and the businesses that utilize them. The two companies hope the new platform will reinforce cloud companies’ commitment to protect the data stored in a cloud by outside businesses, and...
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National Cancer Institute Plan to Study Genomic Cancer Using Cloud Computing.

August 6, 2013
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By Joseph Marks (from Nextgov.) “Computer clouds have been credited with making the workplace more efficient, giving consumers anytime-anywhere access to emails, photos, documents and music as well as helping companies crunch through masses of data to gain business intelligence. Now it looks like the cloud might help cure cancer too. The National Cancer...
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