Google moves all corporate apps to the cloud

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May 14, 2015

By Sead Fadilpašić, Journalancer Cloud News   Google has finally decided to push all of its corporate applications to the cloud. This is both expected and somewhat surprising. It was expected because, as we know, Google was one of the first proponents to cloud computing. It was somewhat surprising because, as we learned back in 2013, not even Google trusted cloud services 100 per cent. That obviously seemed to change…

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Azure gives AWS the blues again in Nasuni cloud storage poll

Storage bits express preference for Redmond’s cloud in latest biennial report  14 May 2015 at 13:33, Chris Mellor Storage bits still prefer Microsoft over Amazon’s cloud. So says a report by storage gateway start-up Nasuni. Nasuni offers storage in the cloud to its customers, with its NF-series filers acting as the gateway devices. It offers service-level agreements and so has a strong interest in CSP performance, rating cloud storage suppliers….

May 14, 2015
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Move your big data lightning fast and at a low cost!

All applications need at least some data to function. Big data applications like gaming analytics, weather modeling, and video rendering as well as tools such as flume, MapReduce, and database replication are obvious examples of software that process and move large amounts of data. Even a seemingly simple website might have to copy dictionaries, articles, pictures, and all sorts of data across VMs, and that can add up to a…

May 13, 2015
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Microsoft cloud storage comes up roses in latest survey

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May 13, 2015

A new report from cloud storage provider Nasuni ranks Microsoft Azure ahead of Amazon Web Services S3 and Google Cloud Storage for corporate storage. Here’s another data point for executives weighing a move to cloud computing, well cloud storage, to be more precise. The latest biennial survey from Nasuni, a cloud storage management company, said its latest round of tests comparing performance of cloud storage services from Amazon, Google and…

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Cisco secures pathway to Microsoft Cloud with new Azure solutions

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May 12, 2015

“The rapid delivery of new innovations is a testament to the longstanding and thriving Cisco and Microsoft strategic relationship.” James Henderson (New Zealand Reseller News) on 12 May, 2015 07:33     Cisco has announced new integrated solutions resulting from its multi-year commitment to work with Microsoft to drive performance improvements and productivity enhancements across enterprise. Revealed at Microsoft Ignite, Redmond’s enterprise technology event, the new solutions are designed to…

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Microsoft Targets Amazon with Operations Management Suite

By David Ramel May 11, 2015 Microsoft unveiled its new Operations Management Suite (OMS) at the Ignite conference last week, giving organizations a tool to manage resources in clouds of any type, including Amazon Web Services (AWS). Just as it has positioned its SQL Azure Data Warehouse as an alternative to AWS Redshift, Microsoft made no secret about who it was targeting with its new cloud management tool. “Gain control over…

May 11, 2015
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