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Cloud computing is an unavoidable future of IT. Actually the future of cloud computing is still a little bit cloudy but quickly converging in a stable and reliable form. Big players gonna dictate the pace and the degree of freedom, security and privacy.
Anyway, I am slowly moving in one of those clouds hoping that they unify and synergetically combine all concepts.
Cloud computing convention will take place in early September
Cloud computing seems to be taking over the news front as more people are beginning to use and, more importantly, understand it. Nearly 70 percent of businesses conducted in a survey by Mimecast said they plan to move even more applications onto their …
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Salesforce.Com (CRM): Q2 2012 Earnings Preview; Cloud Computing Growth Might Help
Salesforce is a cloud computing enabler and offers various business applications on a subscription basis with a strong emphasis on customer relationship management (CRM). The company was recently positioned in Gartner's "Magic Quadrant for Sales Force …
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Cloud Computing: Samsung Wasn't Blindsided Like It Claimed
Turns out Samsung wasn't exactly straight when it claimed it was completely blindsided by the preliminary injunction Apple got last Tuesday barring the Galaxy Tab 10.1 from being distributed anywhere in the European Union except Holland. …
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Pressure systems: Who is driving cloud adoption?
Some IT industry commentators and analysts have been drawing analogies between cloud computing and technologies such as electric power for a number of years. Nicholas Carr predicted the consumerisation of IT and the emergence of utility style computing …
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Question by Robyn Shapiro: What is cloud computing in simplest terms?
Im reading an article and it says “The threat: cloud computing, in which applications run on the web.”
What does that mean?
Answer by Capn
Instead of running applications on your computer they are run from central servers which you access to view data. The computing/calculating is done elsewhere, you just view the data and direct commands.
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