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Microsoft Azure Launches Media Services Premium Encoder, Takes DocumentDB And Azure Search Out Of Preview

8 hours agoTechnology : TechCrunch

Microsoft is making a number of announcements around its Azure cloud computing platform today. Some of these involve previously announced services coming out of preview, including the NoSQL database DocumentDB, its search-as-a-service solution Azure Search and two new virtual machine instance types. Show More Summary

Microsoft faces specter of shelfware in the cloud era

11 hours agoTechnology : GigaOM

The notion that pay-as-you-go cloud computing will eliminate shelfware -- paid-for but unused computing resources -- has always been suspect. Last year I wrote that the proliferation of unused compute instances, with zombie…

Paperspace wants to run your computer in the cloud

12 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

The idea of connecting a basic computer to a more powerful one over a network isn't new – the first modern computer networks began as dumb terminals that accessed smart mainframes – but improvements in hardware technology, internet speeds and online software are now making the concept genuinely viable for consumers. Show More Summary

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (BABA) Opens Data Center in Silicon Valley

Aliyun, Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE:BABA)’s cloud computing business has announced it will launch a cloud computing hub in silicon Valley. The new data center marks the company’s latest measured expansion to American soil and will be facing a very solid competition according to Fortune. Aliyun has data centers in Hangzhou, Qingdao, Beijing, Hong Kong […]

Will Seattle Continue to Be Cloud Computing Central?

Will Seattle Continue to Be Cloud Computing Central? March 04, 2015 While it may be clear that Seattle is the current epicenter for the cloud, what does the future hold? One of the benefits to becoming such a central location for cloud computing is the talent every company brings with it. Show More Summary

Alibaba to take on Amazon in U.S. cloud services

Alibaba may be taking on Amazon in another key category. The Chinese e-commerce giant announced on Wednesday that its cloud computing business, Aliyun, is entering the U.S. market with a new data center located in Silicon Valley. See...Show More Summary

If you thought cloud competition couldn’t get hotter, think again

yesterdayTechnology : GigaOM

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has opened a data center hub in Silicon Valley, adding yet another gigantic player to a growing, but already hotly-contested cloud computing market. Aliyun, Alibaba's cloud computing arm, has been…

Alibaba Is Expanding Its Cloud Services To The U.S. To Give Amazon New Competition

Alibaba, the Chinese commerce firm which held the largest IPO in history last year, is bringing cloud computing services in the U.S. after it announced plans to open a data center in Silicon Valley. Read More

A Group 'Hacked' the NSA's Website to Demonstrate a Widespread Bug

A group of researchers only needed $104 and 8 hours of Amazons cloud computing power to hack the NSAs website. And their feat was made possible by a bug that, ironically, was practically created by the NSA itself and its anti-encryption policies from 20 years ago. Show More Summary

Career Spotlight: What I Do as a Cloud Developer

The "cloud" is a common computing buzzword with multiple uses; you might store your music in the cloud, or perhaps host a website. But that doesn't mean there's one server hosting your site—rather, the individual servers of yore are being replaced with virtualized machines. It's the cloud. Read more...

Thoughts on the Future of Productivity: An Interview with Brent Frei

Employees at both large and small organizations struggle to get work done more efficiently. Sure, cloud computing is here and many IT departments have loosened restrictions. More than ever, productivity apps are flooding organizations. Show More Summary

How Satya Nadella is cleaning up Microsoft's 'dirty little secret' (MSFT)

The scariest new word on the lips of Microsoft's sales managers these days is "consumption," multiple sources have told Business Insider. Consumption, also known as "usage," refers to how much cloud computing a customer is actually consuming. Show More Summary

Paperspace Lets Anyone Access A Better Personal Computer That Lives In The Cloud

Imagine never having to buy new and expensive hardware to upgrade your personal computer with more speed and storage space. That’s the vision behind Y Combinator-backed Paperspace, a new company launching today, which is building a full, personal computer that lives in the cloud, which you access from any web browser. Show More Summary

Cloud Computing Advantages and Challenges

The Internet of Things (IoT) connects physical objects with the internet and provides the ability to transfer data over a network. This innovative concept is likely to have an enormous impact on the IT sector. This technology is already...Show More Summary

Ex-Amazon Cloud Computing Pioneer Joins Software Company Pivotal

Benjamin Black—who claims a role in the creation of modern cloud computing at Amazon—is now joining one of the key companies providing the rather complex tools that allow the world’s businesses to fashion their own cloud computing services. Show More Summary

How Cloud Computing Service Management is Evolving

How Cloud Computing Service Management is Evolving March 01, 2015 Cloud service management is going to become yet one more segment of the legacy enterprise software sector that's being affected by the ongoing adoption of open-source software subscription models.

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I have spent the past few days frantically restoring my videos from North Korea that went mysteriously missing in the cloud. Being generally computer phobic, it was possible that I might have somehow pressed the wrong key and deleted...Show More Summary

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