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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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Edward Snowden Gives Canada a New Cloud Opportunity.

August 5, 2013
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By Robert Hart (from TroyMedia.) “Was anyone really surprised when Edward Snowden revealed that the U.S. National Security Agency collects massive amounts of customer data from cloud service providers and (gasp) disseminates it as they see fit through the U.S. government? I mean, isn’t this what they do for a living? At any rate,...
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Norwalk Announces New Series of Classes on the Cloud.

August 4, 2013
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By Greg Canuel (from Norwalk Daily Voice.) “Norwalk tech consultants PsiMac have announced that they will expand their business with a series of classes on “Living in the Cloud.” “This is the first of many classes we hope to offer in our new space,” said Joe Saponare, PsiMac’s owner and technology director. “Our goal...
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Gartner Highlits Need for Cloud Security Checks.

August 3, 2013
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By Jordan Novet (from Giga Om.) “It’s one thing for security vendors to scare people into thinking the cloud isn’t secure and their products can save the day: that’s been part of the security business forever. It’s a whole other thing when companies realize the security features included in Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) contracts are subpar....
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Plex Systems Brings to Light ERP Systems in Cloud Computing.

August 2, 2013
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By Amit Chowdhry (from Forbes.) “Plex Systems is a software-as-a-service company that is focused on cloud computing ERP systems.  Founded in 1995, Plex Systems is led by CEO Jason Blessing.  The company first started out as an internal project at an auto parts manufacturer called MSP Industries back in 1989. “We are focused on...
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Forbes Gathers a Collecton of SMB Forecasts, 2013.

July 31, 2013
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By Louis Columbus (from Forbes.) “What sets apart the fastest-growing small businesses is their an innate strength at turning data and information into results. It’s becoming easy to spot a smaller business who is going to break out and grow quickly.  They often have these qualities:  they highly value knowledge, expertise and speed over...
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What are the Fifteen Top Cloud Computing Companies.

July 30, 2013
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By Julie Bort (from Business Insider.) “In the last 18 months, 13 cloud computing companies have gone public and investors have been eating them up. A few examples include WorkDay, ServiceNow, Rally Software, and Marketo. Bessemer Venture Partners has created a brand new index that tracks the top 30 public cloud software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies. “With...
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How Are Different Enterprises Moving Towards the Cloud?

July 29, 2013
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By James Urquhart (from Gigaom.) “I have been discussing, writing about and working on cloud computing for almost seven years. It takes a lot to shake my basic beliefs about the importance of cloud computing, and how its adoption will radically change — heck, has radically changed — the IT industry. However, every once in...
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