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HP Partners With Foxconn To Make Low-Cost Servers For Cloud Data Centers

Hewlett-Packard, a world-known information technology corporation, is collaborating with Taiwan’s manufacturing giant, Foxconn, which is popular around the globe for making Apple’s iPhone, in order to break into the developing market of cheap servers for cloud data centers. The hefty pricing plans offered by cloud service providers are due to the expensive servers they own. However, due to greater competiti ...

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How Cloud Is Safer and More Effective Than DYI Methods Of Data Storage?

There are various reasons, security and cost being the major ones, that have kept numerous organizations and individuals away from cloud computing. Sometimes, I get a feeling that the term ‘cloud’ itself has not helped the cause as it is quite vague and unclear. If you are skeptical about cloud computing, I would advise you to imagine it as a safe deposit locker and then go through the following points: Sec ...

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IBM Launches Its Online Cloud Marketplace

Technology giant, IBM has launched a cloud marketplace where it shows a massive range of its hosted cloud services. Other than middleware components from IBM’s Bluemix platform as a Service (PaaS), enterprises can find more than hundred hosted applications by IBM. On top of that, the marketplace will allow the company’s partners to showcase their latest technologies and will also serve as a portal of IBM’s ...

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Streem Offers Unlimited Storage Capacity For Just $20

There is a great news for cloud users who dream about having immense storage capacity as Streem, a new beta service, is offering its consumers unlimited amount of cloud storage space, having received a massive seed funding investment of $875,000 to enhance its operations. For unlimited space, all you need to pay is just $20 a month but if you do not require this much volume, you can also opt for the free pl ...

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Microsoft Reported To Have Initiated A $1.13 Billion Worth Cloud Data Center Project In Lowa

Software and technology giant, Microsoft is reported to have started ‘Project Alluvion’ – a $1.13 billion venture in Iowa aimed at enhancing the company’s cloud data center reach.  This data center will be built on a 154-acre land in West Des Moines and will join Microsoft’s existing data center in the region, including ‘Project Mountain’, which is worth $700 million and started last year. Over the last few ...

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Windstream Partners With Racemi To Automate Migrations To Its Cloud Infrastructure

The leading automated server migration software provider, Racemi has announced that it has been selected by Windstream Hosted Solutions to automate server migrations to its cloud infrastructure. To make this happen, Racemi has made available its flagship migration Software as a Service (SaaS), Racemi Cloud Path. However, the service will be named as Windstream Cloud Path for Windstream customers only. Winds ...

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AppDirect Received $35 Million To Expand Its Cloud Services

San Francisco based cloud service marketplace and management platform, AppDirect, received $35 million in Series C funding. The funding session was carried on Friday, which was attended by several new and existing investors. Subsequent to an official press release, the President and Co-CEO Daniel Saks expressed his gratitude while communicating through a blog post. With more enhanced financial position, App ...

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Datagate Innovation Limited Is Now The Enprise Group’s Subsidiary

Enprise Software has announced that it acquired online billing and reporting service provider, Datagate Innovation Limited. Though the deal was finalized in the previous month, the official statement from Enprise Software came out this week. However, the monetary value of the acquisition has not been kept under cover. Datagate Innovation added up to Enprise Group as third operating division. The other two e ...

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IBM Will Create A Private Cloud Computing Environment For Coca-Cola Amatil

Coca-Cola Amatil, one of the world’s largest bottlers of non-alcoholic beverages has reportedly consulted tech giant IBM to create a private cloud computing environment of itself. As per the five-year deal signed by both the parties, IBM will deploy the private cloud of CCA at its Australian data centers. At the completion of this project, Coca-Cola Amatil will have an automated track of operations across d ...

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Ingram Micro Cloud Summit 2014 Will Focus On ‘Rise Above’ Theme

Ingram Micro’s three-day Cloud Summit 2014 will start tomorrow in Florida. In this conference, the cloud service provider along with its channel partners will communicate the latest innovations to its business cloud service. The organizing body of the event will also be making certain announcements that have already been disclosed through its press room. Ingram Micro Cloud Summit 2014 The event is recognize ...

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