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10 hot cloud computing skills

Gazzang buy gives end-to-end encryption for Cloudera Hadoop | So, what is a cloud OS anyway?

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10 hot cloud computing skills
As more companies embrace shared services, staffers with cloud computing chops are watching their fortunes rise. Read More

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Gazzang buy gives end-to-end encryption for Cloudera Hadoop
The acquisition means that industries with strong security regulations will be able to use Cloudera's Hadoop distribution. Read More

So, what is a cloud OS anyway?
Everyone seems to have their own definition of what a cloud-based operating system would actually be. Read More

SAP unveils plan for 'simple' cloud financial app suite
SAP is taking a big step into SaaS with Simple Finance, a set of applications based on its in-memory Hana Enterprise Cloud platform. Read More


The Next Generation of Big Data
Learn about IBM's new and expanded Information Management capabilities now delivered in the cloud. Learn More

How companies should plan for iOS8, Yosemite, and iCloud Drive
Apple's WWDC keynote was an interesting mix of user-oriented features and developer-focused announcements. While Apple didn't announce any new hardware as some Wall Street pundits might have liked, Apple never does at WWDC -- this is a software-focused event for developers. Read More

IBM brings development methodologies to the cloud
While practices to speed programming have been around for a decade, only recently have they caught the eye of the enterprise manager looking for a competitive edge. Now, IBM is updating its Bluemix portfolio of cloud services to help companies save time in deploying new applications by using these new programming methodologies. Read More

SAP set to add cloud services for vertical industries
SAP is hoping to grab a bigger piece of the money its customers spend on cloud-based software by creating a new series of industry-specific services. Read More


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Windows Server 2012 R2 finally arrives on Amazon's cloud
The company is also offering preconfigured images with SQL Server 2014. Read More

IBM customizes cloud services for the enterprise
Hoping to jump out in front of providers of generic cloud services, IBM has launched a portfolio of cloud packages, called IBM Cloud Business Solutions, designed to run specific business processes such as asset management and customer care. Read More

Is Amazon scheming up a cloud-based Bitcoin-funded exchange?
Some cloud futurists get giddy over the idea of an exchange-like marketplace where one day cloud computing resources are bought and sold like stocks. Amazon, the biggest dog in this industry, may be scheming up something of that ilk, given a new patent the company was awarded this week. Read More


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