Google Launches Google Video For Business
The company is using its Google Apps business to provide the infrastructure necessary to search videos, restrict access to them, rate them, comment on them, and download them.
Smaller Businesses Drive SaaS Growth In China
Worldwide, the market for SaaS is projected to grow 25% annually and reach $19.3 billion by 2011. Much of the fuel for the growth comes from China, where the annual growth rate is pegged 33% and almost 20% of the total market ($3.8 billion). And in China, the SMBs are the growth engine -- 42 million of them contributed 60 % of GDP and by 2012 there will be 50 million.
SEC To Replace EDGAR With 'IDEA'
The new interactive system will supplement the Edgar system before eventually replacing it and could spur new Web-based products and services.
Qwest Prepares For Obama Nomination In Denver
The company said it added about 2,600 data lines, 3,400 voice-grade circuits, and 140 miles of single strands of copper and coaxial cable to handle the Democratic National Convention.
GSA Deploys IPv6 From Level 3
Level 3 Communications said it has migrated the government agency from IPv4 to IPv6 as part of the government's wholesale move to the new Internet Protocol.
Microsoft To Sell Money Plus Online Only
Microsoft will continue integration of Money Plus with the MSN Money online service, which provides stock information and access to financial experts, as well as tips.
SMBs Say "Show Me" When It Comes To Cloud Computing
There's so much cloud computing talk right now, it borders on inescapable. But smaller businesses have been taking a wait and see approach, holding steady until the mists fade and reveal a clear path to follow. That reticence may have saved some from missteps, while costing others opportunity, but now the clouds may be lifting.
Private Clouds Take Shape
Corporate data centers take a best-of-both-worlds approach, adopting technologies and practices of public cloud infrastructures from the likes of Amazon.com and Google.