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VIRGINIA POSTREL: Greece, Capital Controls, and Cloud Computing. “Just as individual Greeks are lo…

VIRGINIA POSTREL: Greece, Capital Controls, and Cloud Computing. “Just as individual Greeks are losing access to Apple’s iCloud, as the Athens staff of Bloomberg News recently discovered, so companies are finding themselves cut off from services critical to their ongoing operations. Show More Summary

Today’s Tech: How A Startup Attorney Uses Cloud Computing

Cloud computing software can be great but you need to plan carefully if you want to use it, as technology columnist Nicole Black explains.

Amazon Follows Microsoft's Footsteps, Announces India Region

The Indian subcontinent is fast becoming the hotbed of cloud computing. At the Azure Conference hosted at Pune in March 2015, Bhaskar Pramanik, chairman of Microsoft India shared the plans of setting up three data centers in India. Close on the heels, Amazon announced that it is all set to [...]

If You Aren’t Using Cloud Computing For Your Business Yet, You Should Be

Cloud computing is the way of the future, and it’s making it easier for smaller companies to join the revolution... The post If You Aren’t Using Cloud Computing For Your Business Yet, You Should Be appeared first on Lifehack.

iiNet to power SA gCloud initiative

Telco's South Australian subsidiary Internode to deliver a range of cloud computing services to the state government.

Microsoft Announces Two New Azure Billing APIs

Microsoft has announced the public preview release of two Azure billing APIs: the Azure Usage API and the Azure RateCard API. Cloud computing has long been touted as a way to cut major capital investment in IT infrastructure. However, data confirming such savings is often hard to come by at the individual enterprise level.

Deal of the day: Save 46% on a lifetime of local storage & a year of cloud backup

Blame Murphy’s Law: the worst possible time for a computer crash is precisely when it’ll happen. And the files that are most important to you are precisely the ones that’ll disappear into the great big couch cushion of computers, never to be seen again. Show More Summary

Daily Deal: Amazon Web Services Engineer Bootcamp Bundle

2 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Learn all about cloud computing with 89% off of the Amazon Web Services Engineer Bootcamp Bundle in the Deals store. In 24 hours over 4 courses, you will learn everything you need to know to work with Amazon’s hosting platform. By the...Show More Summary

DigitalOcean is raising $83 million to take on Amazon Web Services

We're hearing that New York-based DigitalOcean, a hot cloud computing startup founded in 2011 that competes head-to-head with the $6 billion Amazon Web Services juggernaut, has closed a huge round of Series B funding. The number we're hearing is $83 million. Show More Summary

Watching over the evolution of OpenStack and open source cloud computing

It was back in June of 2013 when TheServerSide was first introduced to OpenStack, Red Hat's ambitious attempt to do for cloud computing what they did with the open source Linux model, that is, make a commodity out of it leverage it as a major revenue stream. Show More Summary

Amazon Web Services is expanding its Indian operations in 2016

Amazon is expanding its cloud computing platform to India in 2016, following its move into China last year. Amazon Web Service (AWS) is already available in India, but by locating its servers in the country, it hopes to  improve services for existing customers and attract new business. Show More Summary

AOL to take over Microsoft's display ad business

Microsoft Corp. is getting out of Web display advertising, with AOL Inc. taking over the business and letting the software maker focus on mobile and cloud computing. AOL will use Microsoft's Bing... To view the full story, click the title link.

I Want My Metadata: A Call For Greater Cloud Computing Transparency

Public cloud providers are replacing internal corporate data centers at a rapid pace. Technology and functions get handed over to a cloud provider. One thing appears to be missing, however: transparency. There is some important information-- including performance, configuration and operations of each cloud workload, along with billing data -- [...]

Start Ups Try to Bring eDiscovery to the Cloud

Have you heard about The Cloud? Of course you have. For the last five years or so, cloud computing -- using remote servers, accessible via the Internet, to store, manage and process data -- has been everywhere. There's cloud-based apps, cloud-based accounting, even cloud-based operating systems of sorts. What......

Dropbox Now Boasts 400 Million Users And Counting

If you travel frequently and use multiple computers and don’t like bringing around flash drives or external hard drives, then cloud storage is probably the best way to go and when it comes to cloud storage, Dropbox is probably a company that comes to mind. Show More Summary

Oracle Cloud Backstory: Is Ellison an Asset or a Liability?

Oracle, on paper, has made an amazing pivot to the cloud and appears to have a credible offering. Web Oracle larry ellison cloud computing

Clearing the Air on Databases in the Cloud

by Gerardo Dada Make no mistake, the cloud is here and it’s here to stay. The cost savings, flexibility and agility benefits cloud computing offers are too great to assume otherwise. However, many organizations are struggling to figure...Show More Summary

Here’s why I see OpenStack becoming the most important cloud platform for business

GUEST: IBM’s and Cisco’s recent acquisitions of Blue Box and Piston Cloud Computing, respectively, just top the list of big names closing deals that position OpenStack as the coming standard for cloud solutions. Although the smaller OpenStack-based cloud companies now being acquired had the edge on nimble, early-stage innovation in the early years of the open-source […]

Tech Companies Line Up Behind ‘Containers’ and the Cloud

last weekTechnology : Bits

So-called software containers got backing from companies including Cisco Systems and Google, while another group of companies detailed plans to automate certain aspects of cloud computing.

The Case for Cloud Computing in K12

What are the best ways for districts to balance their investments in legacy systems with new demands for expanded access and improved user experiences?

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