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A new Mix: Adobe updates Photoshop Mix for iOS

In June Adobe announced Photoshop Mix, an image organization and manipulation app for the Apple iPad which can sync with Photoshop CC for desktop computers and Lightroom Mobile via Adobe's Creative Cloud.Today the software maker has released Photoshop Mix 1.1, the first major upgrade to the new app. Show More Summary

Alibaba opens fifth data center for public cloud business

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd said on Friday it will open a fifth data center in Shenzhen to service AliCloud, the latest sign of its growing investment in the small but potentially lucrative cloud computing business. Established in 2009,...Show More Summary

IBM Taps Global Network of Innovation Centers to Fuel Linux on Power Systems for Big Data and Cloud Computing

CHICAGO, Aug. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — At the LinuxCon North America conference last week, IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced it is tapping into its global network of over 50 IBM Innovation Centers and IBM Client Centers to help IBM Business Partners,...Show More Summary

Workday Slumps Despite Multiple Price Target Increases; Financials Show Progress

Shares of cloud computing software vendor Workday (WDAY) are down $1.75, or 1.9%, at $88.55, after the company yesterday afternoon beat fiscal Q2 expectations and forecast this quarter’s, and raised its full-year revenue outlook above consensus.  There don’t appear to be any ratings changes on the stock at this point, but there are plenty of [...]

CentriLogic acquires Adveniat, expands cloud, hosting and co-location footprint

CentriLogic, a managed hosting and cloud computing provider, is enhancing its data center reach by striking an agreement to acquire U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI) data center operator and hosting services provider Adveniat.

The 80s are back: Modern IT is a throwback without the mullet | #vmworld

With hyper converge, hybrid Cloud and end user computing bringing back infrastructure interest in a new way, it’s almost as if the 1980’s style of mainframe architecture has come back… with a twist, and without the mullet. Although a lot … Continue reading ?

Workday Up 3%: FYQ2 Beats; Q3, Year Rev View Beat

Cloud computing software vendor Workday (WDAY) this afternoon reported fiscal Q2 revenue and earnings per share that topped analysts’ expectations, and a forecast for this quarter’s, and the full year’s revenue that also beat. Revenue in the three months ended in July rose to $186.8, yielding a net loss of 11 cents per share. Analysts had been modeling [...]

The Most Simple Explanation Of Cloud Computing Ever, From Google (GOOG)

Google employs 450 full-time engineers to stop hackers and other snoopers from breaking into its data centers and cloud services. And today, Google published a report card of sorts on how well they are doing in those matters. The new report explains how Google's cloud computing services work and why they are safe (Edward Snowden be darned). Show More Summary

Netflix Open Sources More of its Useful Utilities

Cloud computing platforms make headlines every day now, including leading open source platforms such as OpenStack, but few organizations have the cloud expertise that Netflix has. The company also has an admirable history of open sourcing many of its most useful cloud tools and accompanying security tools. Show More Summary

Could Cosmos be Microsoft's next commercial big-data service?

Microsoft may be planning to turn its internal-facing big-data storage and computation service into an externally-facing commercial cloud service.

CSR Report Review: and Cloud Computing Sustainability recently released its most recent sustainability report, which covers the company's progress on operational efficiency and green building.

Google Buys Zync, Maker of Visual Effects Software

3 days agoTechnology : Bits

The Internet giant is adding specialized technology to its cloud computing services.

Google acquires visual effects rendering service Zync Render for its Cloud Platform

Google has announced the acquisition of Zync Render, a scalable computing service for visual effects, and will integrate it with Google Cloud Platform. Zync Render offered movie studios the extra rendering capacity they needed when wrapping up big projects like Star Trek Into Darkness or Looper. Show More Summary

Tesora Delivers Certification Program for OpenStack Cloud Database

As the OpenStack cloud computing arena grows, a whole ecosystem of tools and front-ends are growing in popularity as well. And, one of the most notable tools in the ecosystem is the database-as-a-service offering focused on buildingShow More Summary

Why Oracle Is A Good Investment Opportunity

By Arie Goren: Although Oracle's (NYSE:ORCL) fourth quarter results were disappointing, the company achieved impressive growth in cloud computing. In my opinion, Oracle's determination to become number one in both the SaaS and the PaaS businesses is encouraging, since cloud services will continue to be growth drivers for revenues. Show More Summary

VMware Comes Full Circle, to Release its Own OpenStack Flavor

Ever since 2012, we've covered the unsure stance that VMware has displayed toward emerging open source cloud computing platforms, including OpenStack, CloudStack and Eucalyptus. In this post, we reported that VMware's CEO had cited OpenStack...Show More Summary

Intel, HyTrust team up on cloud data security

The advent of cloud computing has made geography virtually meaningless as it means we can store and access data from anywhere. But this doesn’t solve the problem of data security policies that require the enforcement of physical boundaries, a challenge … Continue reading ?

Cloud Patches: Azure's On/Off Week, Amazon SNS Enhancements

Last week in cloud computing: Azure went offline but then launched a stack of new options, while Amazon enhanced SNS and Cloudfront. More »      

Backup Service Kicks Customer Over “Infringing” Torrent Files

Cloud storage and backup service Zoolz has terminated the account of a customer who stored a few.torrent files on his computer. While the company boasts of handling customer data with "zero knowledge," the provider frequently scans customer files for infringing titles and metadata. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing and anonymous VPN services.

The National Science Foundation thinks scientists need their own clouds

last weekTechnology : GigaOM

The National Science Foundation is giving a combined $20 million to two projects that are building cloud computing testbeds for scientists. They'll features a wide variety of processor, storage and networking options so researchers can...Show More Summary

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