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Content tagged with Cloud posted in January 2012
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CES 2012: Elegant Gadgets Abound
Slideshows  |  1/9/2012  | 
Check out the coolest gadgets from CES Unveiled 2012.
IBM's Green Hat Deal: Software Testing Savings Ahead
Commentary  |  1/6/2012  | 
Virtualization yields savings on operational expenses, not just capital expenses, as it starts to take over processes like software development and test.
Army Awards $250 Million Cloud Contract
News  |  1/6/2012  | 
IBM, Lockheed Martin, and HP will help the military consolidate data centers and provision IT via a private cloud.
Apple iPhone 4S Users Gobble Data
News  |  1/6/2012  | 
Owners of the newer iPhone 4S consume twice as much data as owners of the iPhone 4, thanks to the Siri voice assistant.
2012's Top Cloud Trend: IT Delivers Platforms
Commentary  |  1/5/2012  | 
In part two of our look at 2012's top 12 cloud trends, expect sprawling public clouds, cranky users, and at least one really messy security mishap.
Amazon Elastic Beanstalk: Get Started Guide
News  |  1/5/2012  | 
Interested in using the cloud-based, all-in-one, rapid deployment environment that lives on top of the Amazon Web Services infrastructure? Check out this step-by-step advice.
Google Apps Conversion Smooth Sailing For NOAA
News  |  1/4/2012  | 
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration completes move of 25,000 users, marking the largest government agency switch to Google Apps in 2011, according to Google.
IBM Buys Green Hat, Who's Next?
News  |  1/4/2012  | 
Acquisition of apps testing company, and a management shuffle, mark new CEO Ginni Rometty's first moves. Now the question is whether more small buys are ahead--or a megadeal.
Big Data: Why All The Fuss?
Commentary  |  1/4/2012  | 
Big Data can be mined even if you're not a big company, thanks to cheap computing power and storage and new cloud-based technologies.
Microsoft Azure In 2012: Watch Out Amazon?
Commentary  |  1/4/2012  | 
Look for Linux and Hadoop twists as Microsoft bolsters its cloud platform. Some observers say the changes could move Azure into more direct competition with Amazon Web Services.
Top 12 Cloud Trends Of 2012
Commentary  |  1/3/2012  | 
Five years into the cloud computing phenomenon, we're much more aware of the limitations and consequences. Here are 12 trends to watch in the coming year, starting with numbers 7 to 12.
Apple To Reveal Big Cloud News In NYC?
News  |  1/3/2012  | 
App Store chief Eddy Cue said to host January event, at which the company may unveil new digital media services.
WebOS Failure: Palm Insiders Blame Management
Commentary  |  1/3/2012  | 
Bad decisions by Palm's senior management team doomed its webOS platform from the beginning, say former Palm employees. But there's a big lesson in webOS's demise.
5 Hot Mobile Trends At CES
Commentary  |  1/3/2012  | 
Mobile devices will figure prominently at the Consumer Electronics Show, kicking off January 10. Here are five gadget trends to watch.
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