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Microsoft’s iPad Announcement Shows Its Commitment With Cloud Computing

Microsoft has made its popular Office suite available for iPad users and having closely monitored the company’s demonstration in an event in San Francisco, I think the product will work as good on iPad as it does on a Windows computer, tablet or Macintosh machine. If you are an Office 365 subscriber, you can add your iPad in the deal and test it for a few days without paying anything. It was already reporte ...

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Google Rings Alarm Bells For Other Cloud Service Providers By Incredibly Reducing Its Prices

Setting new cost-related trends in the extremely competitive cloud computing market, technology giant Google has unleashed its latest pricing details during its Cloud Platform event in San Francisco, incredibly reducing the rates of almost all of its cloud services. By abolishing some additional costs and consolidating others, the California-based company has made its price structure quite simple and attrac ...

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Adobe Reinvents Its Marketing Cloud At Adobe Summit 2014

Adobe Systems is making major updates to reinvent its marketing cloud, as they made many new revelations in the ongoing Adobe Summit 2014. The most proficient marketing cloud provider has reached certain breakthroughs including Real-time Audience Profiting, Marketing Mix Planning and New Mobile Capabilities. Hereunder, I have summarized the key developments of the summit, which was completely focused on Mar ...

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Cisco To Spend $1 Billion In The Next 2 Years To Penetrate In A Competitive Cloud Market

Cisco, a renowned brand of networking hardware, has shown its intentions to join extremely competitive cloud computing market and plans to offer cloud services to business clients in future. In order to pursue this goal, the technology giant will be spending $1 billion over the next 24 months. In the recent past, many organizations around the world have shown the tendency of renting some of their IT operati ...

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Microsoft’s New CEO Sees Great Potential For Cloud Computing In India

Microsoft’s newly-appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Satya Nadella, while addressing a public event in India for the very first time via webcast, expressed that future of cloud computing is extremely bright and I see great potential in the Indian market. The technology giant organized its first Azure Conference in India - more than 1,500 people were present on the occasion. Nadella was delighted to ad ...

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IDC Conference In Boston Talks About Cloud Computing Future

More evidence was presented during the International Data Corporation’s (IDC) Directions Conference this week in Boston about the rapid adoption of cloud technology. The popular American research, analysis and advisory firm predicts that cloud computing will be estimated at about $107 billion by 2017, more than double of what was projected for 2013, $47 billion. Rick Villars, the IDC Vice President of data ...

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Google Introduces Latest Cloud Storage Pricing Structure Beating All Competitors

About 5 to 10 years ago, you would not have imagined owning personal online storage capacity of a terabyte; however, Google, living up to its brand name, has announced last week that it will offer a terabyte of cloud storage for merely $9.9. The technology giant will provide the initial 15 GB per month without any cost, and if you need massive memory space, you can buy 10 terabytes or more for just $100. Ov ...

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Telstra Partners With Cisco To Compete Against Technology Giants In Australian Cloud Market

Telstra Corporation Limited, one of Australia’s largest telecommunication and media organizations, has partnered with Cisco to compete in a cloud market dominated by some technology giants, that have strong footings in the Australian market due to their sustained efforts in recent years, helping individuals and companies store data in a secure way. While Microsoft has announced to provide local services in ...

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Adobe To Retain More Than Half Of Its Creative Cloud Users Despite Many Complaints

Numerous concerns have been raised about Adobe Systems’ Creative Cloud in recent months, with technology experts predicting a decline in service usage in future. Against all odds, however, a vast majority of existing customers plan to continue with Adobe’s software and services for the next year as well, according to a survey of CNET. The software giant’s Creative Suit has been under the scanner in past as ...

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Oracle To Introduce A New Student Cloud Service To Retain Its Existing Client Base

Oracle revealed its plans earlier this week about launching a new student information system for universities and colleges, while concentrating on the importance of mobile devices and features that enhance social activity. The upcoming Oracle Student Cloud service will be designed in a way that it can efficiently manage various traditional and modern educational features while encompassing a user interface ...

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