Posts Tagged: cloud computing

Should Certain Computer Services And Programs Become Cloud Integrated?

Should Certain Computer Services And Programs Become Cloud Integrated?

October 31, 2014

Sponsored By ComputerServiceNow.com–A Brand By Rentacomputer.com For those of us who have to work behind a computer all day long, we tend to rely solely on our devices to get our work done. We save most, if not all, of our work onto our desktops at work or at home. Once we leave these machines, […]

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Amazon Adds Four New Locations for Connecting to the Cloud

Amazon Adds Four New Locations for Connecting to the Cloud

February 2, 2012

Amazon Web Services has just added four new locations that allow enterprises to use its Direct Connect network service in order to communicate with Amazon’s cloud, according to a statement released by the company on Tuesday. The all new Amazon Web Services Direct Connect locations that have been added include the CoreSite One Wilshire in […]

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The Future of PaaS to be Featured at the 2011 UP Cloud Computing Conference

The Future of PaaS to be Featured at the 2011 UP Cloud Computing Conference

December 1, 2011

Cloudcor has just announced that CumuLogic, one of the leading providers of Java Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offerings, has just been named a Premier partner for UP 2011. UP 2011 is a hybrid format conference on cloud computing that runs from December 5th through December 9th at the Computer History Museum, located in Mountain View, California. The show is also broadcast globally on the internet as well.

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Federal Agencies Wary About Switching to the Cloud

Federal Agencies Wary About Switching to the Cloud

August 22, 2011

I recently wrote about Amazon’s new government-only Cloud service that the company created which was designed for federal agencies that must comply with rules governing sensitive defense-related data. Amazon is hoping that this service, as well as others like it, will give the company a huge boost among government agencies that have thus far been hesitant to switch over to the cloud due to federal security and compliance regulations.

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Amazon Debuts Government-Only Cloud Storage Service

Amazon Debuts Government-Only Cloud Storage Service

August 18, 2011

Amazon Web Services, also known as AWS, has just launched a government-only cloud storage service for US government departments as well as contractors. Up until now, US government agencies had been unable to process or store data in the cloud due to compliance regulations. Amazon has stated that its GovCloud service will address these regulations. In addition […]

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Businesses Catching Up to Consumers in Terms of Cloud Computing

Businesses Catching Up to Consumers in Terms of Cloud Computing

July 6, 2011

Much of the work of the people in your corporate IT department may be moving to the cloud soon, but is that necessarily good news? If reports end up being true, the computer that you have been working on for years in your office may be a few steps away from becoming a glorified screen. The […]

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