Archive for November, 2013

What’s New in Cloud Computing: November 18-24.

November 27, 2013
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Another exciting week up in the clouds! It seems the big question is week is what is Amazon doing right? Also, we finally get to check out IBM’s Watson, FrontRange receives an award and we learn how cloud computing can affect wine. November 18, Morris Panner learns from cloud computing, The Guardian discusses what...
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What’s New in Cloud Computing: November 11-17.

November 19, 2013
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Another busy week in the cloud, especially in the light of so many newly launched products and IBM drama. It gets difficult to line everything up. Let’s take a look at what’s been happening. November 11, can the US army survive without the cloud? November 12, Wow adds “Bluemile” and cloud computing with it....
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What’s New in Cloud Computing: November 5-10.

November 10, 2013
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It’s been quite eventful in the cloud the past few days–lots of new alliances, announcements and speculation. Let’s take a look. November 5, Cleversafe and Dataility team up, Microsoft reveals its business templates and VMware and Mirantis put OpenStack on the vSphere. November 6, CenturyLink expresses concern over speed of cloud growth, Rackspace heads...
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What’s New in Cloud Computing: October 21-November 4.

November 5, 2013
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Less big news and more counsel going around these past two weeks, with Forbes offering advice all around and new IT studies cropping up. There have been a few business updates, though. Let’s check it out. October 22, poor app migration is a death sentence for your cloud ROI. October 23, containers make the...
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