Cloud application providers are now fighting over the government as their client. Microsoft has recently launched Office 365 for Government with a commitment that government data will be separate from the private consumers. The product, Office 365 for Government, offers the same features as the other Office 365 versions: Office Professional Plus, [...]

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There’s no denying that Google is King of the Hill right now when it comes to enterprise search, and it has been for quite some time now. There are other search engines that can handle the big data wave, but they remain a distant second, with Google enjoying a competition-less environment [...]

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One of the problems encountered by longtime desktop users, when it comes to migrating their work to tablets, is the fact that there’s no real support for MS Office on the mobile devices. There have been efforts to create apps that can open the documents, but using them as effectively as MS [...]

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The Analytics API is one of the most useful Google APIs for webmasters, internet markerts, and SEO specialists, as it provides tools to monitor and track the performance of their sites in ways that were literally unheard of a decade ago. But it seems that Google is not content with just providing [...]

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Big Data focuses on the analysis and utilization of the vast amount of unstructured data generated in many industries and companies that would normally not processed or used to generate reports, forecasts or for supporting decision-making. Thanks to Big Data service providers, companies can now squeeze all the information they have and [...]

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The network solutions company, Juniper, is anticipating 60 percent growth in the next couple of years due to its cloud computing strategy and focus on telecommunications service providers.

Juniper knows that internet users will start looking past devices, gadgets or hardware. Focus will be on services and gadgets will have to “learn” [...]

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There has been a lot of confusion when Google unveiled its Google Drive service. (CloudTimes was one of the first to announce its launch.) As the company convinces the public to try its new offering, there have been concerns about the underlying terms and conditions. The current understanding of these terms [...]

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Splunk had a blockbuster IPO today with the stock price more than doubling on its first day of trading. It left some people wondering “Is Splunk really worth a $3 Billion valuation?”.

Splunk has every sign of a great company: a rapid growing customer base, over 70% year over [...]

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Cloud storage is one of the many ways that organizations are leveraging cloud services today. With public and private cloud storage available from a number of well-known providers such as Amazon, AT&T, Nirvanix, RackSpace, Google, HP and OpenStack, and cloud storage gateway technologies enabling instant integration of cloud storage into existing IT [...]

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By Jesus Rodriguez, Tellago, Inc  and Tellago Studios, Inc

Enterprise mobility is, arguably, the most important trend in today’s enterprise IT. The ability to enable enterprise business capabilities through mobile devices is an essential element of the modern enterprise. Almost ironically, despite being a technology trend called to modernize the traditional enterprise, [...]

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Google’s Eric Schmidt today called for the technology community to build-out connectivity to the estimated 5 billion of the world’s population who had “never done a Google search” – while at the same time announcing plans to bring the firm’s Chrome and Android units closer together.

In his third [...]

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Sony took the wraps off two new Android smartphones in Barcelona last night – the first major devices from the vendor since it bought out Ericsson and took full control of the handset business. Now simply branded as ‘Sony,’ the Xperia P, Xperia U and the previously-announced Xperia S form part of [...]

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Huawei has officially announced the World’s fastest smartphone, the Ascend D quad. The quad-core smartphone runs on the Android 4.0 operating system and Huawei’s proprietary power management system. Boasting the most compact design among 4.5-inch smartphones, the Ascend D quad provides up to 30 per cent in energy savings.

“We’ve listened to people’s [...]

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The initial catalogue for the G-Cloud CloudStore has both cloud giant names Google and Microsoft included on its primary list. This comes as no surprise, but what is curious to know is whether the battle between these two giants will have a round two in the UK region.

The initial catalogue has [...]

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Soon there will be no need to check your smartphone for information while you’re on the move since Google is developing a pair of glasses that will be able to stream information to the eyeballs in real time!

Several sources familiar with the project said the glasses will go on sale to [...]

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Hardware companies are on a downhill slope while server enterprises are on a steady uphill trek and startups continue to thrive in the IT industry. The question is, who among these cloud companies are on its way to the top. Obviously, and based on the current enterprise trend those with the best [...]

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