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Cloudwatt s’allie à Netplus sur la santé connectée

Cloudwatt s’allie à Netplus sur la santé connectée | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Cloudwatt annonce un partenariat avec Netplus dans le domaine de la santé connectée. Les deux sociétés lancent conjointement une place de marché proposant des applications et des services de santé hébergés et prêts à l’emploi, afin de construire de nouveaux projets de santé connectée. Conforme à la réglementation du secteur, la marketplace cible un large panel d’acteurs : industriels du médicament, établissements de soins publics et privés, assureurs (assurance maladie, Sécurité sociale, mutuelles), éditeurs de logiciel ou encore prestataires de services. L’objectif est de leur permettre de développer des services en ligne.

Dans le détail, Cloud Santé Marketplace offre des solutions d’infrastructure comme une authentification forte, de la puissance de calcul, du stockage, la diffusion et l’accélération du contenu par CDN privé. Elle intègre également une boîte à outils en mode cloud (SaaS) dédié au secteur de la santé.

Philippe J DEWOST's insight:

Une belle coopération entre plusieurs acteurs : « Cloud Santé Marketplace » réunit déjà les solutions de plusieurs éditeurs de technologie parmi lesquels Cedexis, Eukles, Euris, Inwebo, Oodrive et Vidyo.

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Amazon undercuts Google's cloud prices - providing you can pay up front

Amazon undercuts Google's cloud prices - providing you can pay up front | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Amazon has introduced a way to pay for cloud infrastructure that undercuts Google – provided you're willing to shell out up front towards at least one year of use.

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has changed the way it charges for its Reserved Instance (RI) compute infrastructure on its Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). EC2 customers pay for Reserved Instance infrastructure whether they use it or not, unlike EC2's On Demand Instances.

The charges for Reserved Instances are no longer split into light, medium and heavy usage but instead reflect how much a user is willing to pay up front.

Users can chose to pay no up-front costs, or some or all of the costs up front, and must commit to paying for one or three years of usage. A table produced by the cloud portfolio management company RightScale summarises the available payment options below.

Philippe J DEWOST's insight:

Cash is king and Amazon as a Bank

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Open Compute EU Summit speakers announced

Open Compute EU Summit speakers announced | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

The summit will take place on Thursday, October 30th and Friday, October 31, 2014 at École Polytechnique in Paris, France and will feature Mark Shuttleworth along with speakers from Intel, Microsoft, Rackspace.

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Open Compute Europe lineup is starting to be very interesting. Goldman Sachs and Fidelity CIO will participate along with Qualcomm's SVP Strategy and 700+ others. Excited to meet Canonical/Ubuntu 's Mark Shuttleworth (first "space tourist")

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Microsoft Delivers Slight Miss on Q2 earnings, and a strong boom in Cloud Revenues

Microsoft Delivers Slight Miss on Q2 earnings, and a strong boom in Cloud Revenues | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

It was a miss on EPS, which Microsoft says is due to the Nokia acquisition. Microsoft says the Nokia acquisition accounted for a $0.08 per share loss. When Microsoft gave guidance last quarter, it didn't account for the Nokia acquisition.

Bing search ad revenue is up 40%, and Microsoft says it now has 19.2% of the U.S. search market share.

Microsoft added 1 million consumer subscribers to Office 365, its subscription Office service, last quarter. It now has more than 5.6 million subscribers.

Big number: Cloud revenue is booming. It's up 147% and it's on an annualized run rate of more than $4.4 billion. This includes all of Microsoft's cloud businesses like Office 365, Azure, etc.

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As for Apple quarterly results, the stock kept flat. Interestingly, with it's strong commitment to OpenCompute, Microsoft looks well positioned to continue growing in the cloud...

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Google's Nest Is Buying Wi-Fi Camera Company Dropcam For $555 Million

Google's Nest Is Buying Wi-Fi Camera Company Dropcam For $555 Million | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

The company's cameras are used primarily for home monitoring. Its two most popular cameras sell for $199 and $149.

In addition to its hardware business, Dropcam also sells cloud storage for its videos. Last year the company said 39% of its customers pay for the video storage service.

Dropcam will probably look to Nest's success in the "Internet of Things" space for guidance. It plans to move beyond video surveillance and hopes to incorporate movement sensors into its products, according to The Wall Street Journal.

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When a Data company buys another Data Pump through an IoT subsidiary. At Amazon Summit 2014 in Paris, the above chart was unveiled (courtesy Geoffrey Arduini) claiming that Dropcam is generating more video uploads than YouTube.

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Box.net delayed IPO in context : The "Great Cloud Crash" as Business Insider describes it

Box.net delayed IPO in context : The "Great Cloud Crash" as Business Insider describes it | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

This chart from Bessemer Venture Partners shows how far a basket of "cloud" stocks has fallen from their peak. The cloud index tracks 37 publicly traded companies. 

The cloud companies are still outperforming the broader market since 2012, but the trend doesn't look great.

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Fog is clearing yet outlook is shaky

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Dropbox under fire for 'DMCA takedown' of personal folders, but fears are vastly overblown | ZDNet

Dropbox under fire for 'DMCA takedown' of personal folders, but fears are vastly overblown | ZDNet | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it
The online storage startup, also used by mid-size businesses and enterprise customers, like any other company has to comply with U.S. copyright law. But how it goes about it can be an entirely different matter.
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Refusing access to your own content if it is copyrighted???

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CloudGOO’s New App Turns All Your Cloud Storage Accounts Into One Big, Combined Drive | TechCrunch

CloudGOO’s New App Turns All Your Cloud Storage Accounts Into One Big, Combined Drive | TechCrunch | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

CloudGOO, a newly launched Android application with something of a silly name, offers a way for you to smush together all your cloud-based file storage accounts to form one big cloud drive in the sky. That is, the app aggregates your cloud drive accounts into one mobile interface, then uses that space as if it were one drive for things like automatic uploads of photos, videos, music, and documents.

 

The new service was launched just days ago by Berlin-based developer Jared Preston, who previously spent a few years in Seattle working for Microsoft on the Windows Live platform, followed by some time at Deutsche Telekom.

 

He explains that unlike other platforms, such as Jolicloud for example, which attempted to aggregate a user’s web services under one roof, the idea with CloudGOO is not to have you navigate between your drives or media spaces using the app. Instead, he says, “you simply access and use your stuff, no matter where it is stored.”

“Theoretically, you could just hook up as many Google Drives, Dropbox, etc., as you wanted, to create a total space available for you to use. CloudGOO can then be set to ‘automatic upload’ and would just utilize the space available,” says Preston. “You would not have to worry about managing the space, just using it.”

Philippe J DEWOST's insight:

I have played with Jolicloud without understanding how to use it and despite enjoying its design and simplicity ; I haven't played with CloudGOO yet but perfectly see the value of such an operational cloud storage abstraction layer. Congrats Jared !

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ARM Server Maker Offers Cloud Service to Port X86 Code

ARM Server Maker Offers Cloud Service to Port X86 Code | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it
ARM processors are used mostly in smartphones, but Boston Limited is offering a service through which developers can port existing x86 applications to work on ARM servers, which can then be tested via a cloud service.
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After capturing the mobile processor market, ARM enters the cloud

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The imminent role of ARM as a storage platform?

The imminent role of ARM as a storage platform? | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

It seems not too long ago that the storage industry was fragmented in terms of the "compute" layer in their storage systems. PowerPC, MIPS, Sparc and other platforms dominated the "pie chart" with x86 occupying a small share. Then something happened - all suppliers moved to x86 as a premise for commoditization of the storage platform. With vendors like Dell now testing low-powered ARM based servers and ARM releasing a 64-bit architecture, the question is how long before ARM becomes the platform of choice for storage vendors?

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The Man Behind The Mac OS Is Working On A Mystery Startup With Other Ex-Apple Employees

The Man Behind The Mac OS Is Working On A Mystery Startup With Other Ex-Apple Employees | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Bertrand Serlet is widely considered to be the brains behind Apple's Mac operating system. He was even mentioned as a possible successor to Steve Jobs at one point. So it came as a shock to some when Serlet decided to step down in March, 2011 after 22 years with the company.

 

At the time, Serlet offered a vague explanation for his decision, noting that he wanted to "focus less on products and more on science." He didn't mention any specific plans at the time and has effectively dropped off the radar, until now.

 

Business Insider has learned that Serlet has spent much of the time since his departure from Apple working with at least two other former Apple employees to launch a cloud computing startup in downtown Palo Alto called Upthere.

 

The startup is still in stealth mode, so information about it is scarce, but we've uncovered a few details about the company through job postings, trademark requests, domain name registrations and tweets from employees.

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Petites réflexions sur le Big Data

Petites réflexions sur le Big Data | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Face à une profusion d'informations de plus en plus hétérogènes et de moins en moins structurées, un des enjeux majeurs pour l'ensemble des acteurs économiques dans les dix ans à venir sera leur capacité à exploiter, analyser et transformer en valeur ces avalanches de données produites, et ce, si possible, en temps réel.

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Cloud : Iliad mise sur les puces ARM pour jouer les trublions

Cloud : Iliad mise sur les puces ARM pour jouer les trublions | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Iliad, via sa filiale d’hébergement Online.net, va faire son entrée sur le  marché du Cloud. Avec un concept en rupture. Des micro-serveurs dédiés basés sur  des puces ARM. Et une architecture maison.

Online.net, filiale d’hébergement d’Iliad-Free, va lancer un service Cloud  simple d’usage et basé sur des serveurs ARM, et non sur des puces x86. Sur le  modèle d’un DigitalOcean (hébergeur new-yorkais) connaissant une croissance  rapide, l’offre sera disponible selon un modèle tarifaire à  l’heure. Elle reposera sur des serveurs dédiés, et non sur une couche  de virtualisation, ainsi que sur du stockage SSD. « Ce qui est  impressionnant chez DigitalOcean, c’est leur croissance. C’est la raison  principale pour laquelle nous avons examiné leur modèle », explique à  VentureBeat Yann Léger, le vice-président Cloud Computing d’Online.

 

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Lancé voici environ deux ans, le projet, baptisé Online  Labs, doit déboucher à la mi-janvier, avec le  lancement commercial de l’offre. La filiale d’Iliad mise sur des puces Cortex A9  développées par Marvell pour offrir des performances optimisées pour les  applications Web. La firme explique que son serveur C1, né de ces  développements, est plus petit qu’une carte de crédit et consomme  seulement quelques watts. « Nous obtenons une meilleure  densité qu’avec des serveurs virtualisés et une consommation électrique deux à  trois fois inférieure », assure Online. Clairement, Iliad mise sur ces  arguments – essentiels dans l’équation économique d’un hébergeur – pour venir  perturber le marché du Cloud, où les acteurs dominants comme Amazon et Microsoft  testent certes le potentiel des puces ARM (notamment en matière de réduction de  la consommation électrique), mais sans franchir le pas.

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Illiad déploie des micros serveurs sur base ARM. 288 serveurs par chassis tout de même.

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Telcos Tap Into Cloud Platforms

Telcos Tap Into Cloud Platforms | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Fast-growing cloud service platform providers such as AppDirect bring telcos closer to their business customers.

Developing the services and attaining the skills to meet the demands of enterprise users is challenging, but that's where cloud services and platform providers come in. Gartner Inc.  predicts this fast-growing segment will account for 20% of all cloud service usage in 2015, compared with 5% in 2013.

It's becoming a popular way for operators to reach out to business customers. The latest to join the party is Telstra Corp. Ltd., which says its new apps marketplace for SMEs is designed to remove "the complexity out of choosing and managing apps from different vendors."

The Australian operator is using a white-label platform from AppDirect , which also counts Comcast Corp., Deutsche Telekom AG and TeliaSonera AB as customers.

AppDirect, founded in Sydney five years ago but now based in San Francisco, is one of the largest of these cloud middlemen. Richard Dufty, vice president of worldwide sales at AppDirect, says the business was created to bring together "buyers and sellers from two different spectrums who could not get access to each other."

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Interesting story about AppDirect that shows how middlemen can strive in the cloud

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Nobody Can Win The Cloud Pricing Wars

Nobody Can Win The Cloud Pricing Wars | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Earlier this week, Google lowered prices 10 percent across the board on their Google Compute Engine cloud platform . The cost is getting so low, it’s almost trivial for anyone to absorb the costs of running infrastructure in the cloud, but you have to wonder as the cloud pricing wars continue, how low can they go and if it’s a war anyone can win.

 

The end game is obviously zero, but these companies have overhead and while the Big Three cloud computing companies –Google, Amazon and Microsoft –run their Infrastructure as a Service as a side business, chances are their stock holders don’t want to see them giving it away for nothing, a point we seem to be approaching quickly.

 

Just this week, Oracle shocked the world (or at least me) when it announced it would lower its Database as a Service pricing to match Amazon’s. This is Oracle we’re talking about, a company known for its high prices joining the pricing wars. It’s one thing for the Big Three to engage in this type of activity, but for a traditional enterprise software (and hardware) company used to high profits, it’s startling.

Philippe J DEWOST's insight:

Time to (re)assess the real value of sovereignty ?

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How Facebook Moved 20 Billion Instagram Photos Without Anybody Noticing

How Facebook Moved 20 Billion Instagram Photos Without Anybody Noticing | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

This spring, even as some 200 million people were using Instagram on their smartphones, a small team of engineers moved the photo sharing service from Amazon’s cloud computing service—where it was built in 2010—into a data center operated by Facebook, which bought Instagram in 2012. “The users are still in the same car they were in at the beginning of the journey,” says Instagram founder Mike Krieger, “but we’ve swapped out every single part without them noticing.”

Facebook calls it the “Instagration,” and it was an unprecedented undertaking for Mark Zuckerberg and company. Facebook has moved other acquired properties like FriendFeed into its data centers, but typically, they were small projects that involved shutting a service down before moving it into the Facebook universe. The Instagram switch was the live migration of an enormous—and enormously popular—operation. “The service couldn’t take any disruption,” says Facebook engineer George Cabrera. Facebook won’t say how many virtual machines were needed to run Instagram on Amazon, but it was in “the thousands.” And the service now stores over 20 billion digitals photos.

 

For Instagram, the move was a way of more effectively plugging into a wide range of computing tools that have long helped drive Facebook’s vast online empire. And for the engineers overseeing Facebook’s worldwide network of data centers, it’s a template for merging their operation with applications the company may acquire in the years to come. “We were patient zero,” Krieger says. But the “Instagration” also provides a lesson or two for the broader tech community as it builds more and more apps atop cloud computing services like Amazon—apps they might one day migrate to private data centers. The key to the migration was a specialized Amazon service known as the Virtual Private Cloud.

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fascinating article about #Instagration — "The users are still in the same car they were in at the beginning of the journey, but we’ve swapped out every single part without them noticing." 

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Amazon teleports 'AWS Connector for vCenter' into rival VMware data centers

Amazon teleports 'AWS Connector for vCenter' into rival VMware data centers | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Amazon announced on Friday afternoon that it was making available an "AWS Connector for vCenter", which lets admins import management tools for Amazon's cloud directly into an on-premise data center software package made by one of Amazon's rivals.

The AWS Connector for vCenter tech gives VMware administrators a way to buy, manage, and migrate VMs into AWS cloud resources from within VMware's vCenter management console.

vCenter is a widely used piece of software from VMware that lets admins manage large numbers of virtual machines, typically within enterprise data centers.

"If you are already using VMware vCenter to manage your virtualized environment, you will be comfortable in this new environment right away, even if you are new to AWS, starting with the integrated sign-on process, which is integrated with your existing Active Directory," Amazon explains.

"The look-and-feel and the workflow that you use to create new AWS resources will be familiar," they continue, "and you will be launching EC2 instances before too long. You can even import your existing 'golden' VMware images to EC2 through the portal (this feature makes use of VM Import)."

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Trojan Horse 2.0 . This is the beauty of APIs...

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Open Compute, un Investissement d'Avenir pour le Cloud Souverain et l'industrie française

Open Compute, un Investissement d'Avenir pour le Cloud Souverain et l'industrie française | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

La prochaine révolution informatique à grande échelle a démarré à partir du projet OCP (Open Compute Project), démarré en 2011 par Facebook avec le soutien notamment de Microsoft et Goldman Sachs (saviez-vous que cette banque dispose de sa propre équipe d'ingénieurs en charge de concevoir leurs serveurs?) qui ont pour objectif d’être au matériel ce que l’open source est au logiciel. Il s’agit de repartir des besoins des clients finaux et de désintermédier les fabricants (OEM) de serveurs comme HP, Dell ou Lenovo en certifiant directement des configurations matérielles adaptées au client et à ses objectifs de coûts.

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Comme le dit Cole Crawford, Directeur Executif de la Fondation Open Compute, "Splitted Desktop is in a critically unique position within Europe.  They have led the charge in driving Open Compute technologies into the region. We will be relying heavily on Jean Marie and his team to produce and promote the world's most efficient computing environments".

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Microsoft Joins Amazon and Google in Cloud Price War

Microsoft Joins Amazon and Google in Cloud Price War | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Microsoft slashed prices on several of its cloud computing services the company announced on Monday, following through on a standing promise to match Amazon Web Services, which made similar cuts last week.

The software giant made the announcement in a blog post by Windows Azure general manager Steven Martin, saying it will slash prices on various services by 27 percent to 65 percent. “We recognize that economics are a primary driver for some customers adopting cloud, and stand by our commitment to match prices and be best-in-class on price performance,” Martin wrote. The move coincided with Microsoft’s Build conference taking place this week in San Francisco.

It’s the latest move in what’s turning out to be a brisk price war for cloud computing services. Last week, Amazon announced a broad-based price cut on many portions of its Amazon Web Services by 36 percent to 65 percent. That came a day after Google slashed prices for its Google Cloud Platform from 32 percent to 85 percent.

Philippe J DEWOST's insight:

This is still very foggy : would this mean they have been "overcharging customers from Day 1" as DigitalOcean complains ?

Inbetween, one clear spot in the sky is the confirmed rise of OpenStack. It may soon be followed by an industrial, hardware based revolution with Open Compute yet this is another story... yet.

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" one clear spot in the sky is the confirmed rise of OpenStack. It may soon be followed by an industrial, hardware based revolution with Open Compute yet this is another story... yet."

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Cloudwatt : une quarantaine de partenaires signés

Cloudwatt : une quarantaine de partenaires signés | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

Première grosse plate-forme Cloud OpenStack européenne, Cloudwatt commence à intéresser le channel. Son directeur de la stratégie et du marketing Pierre Paperon, expose la philosophie de la société en la matière.Alors que ses premières offrescommencent tout juste à être commercialisées*, Cloudwatt revendique déjà une quarantaine de partenaires signés. Essentiellement des intégrateurs systèmes et dans une moindre mesure des éditeurs indépendants. Mais il faudra encore patienter avant que la liste ne soit dévoilée. Seul partenaire officiel : APX qui a révélé la signature d’un contrat au cours de l’été.


« Les partenaires sont une partie critique de la stratégie de Cloudwatt », explique Pierre Paperon, son directeur de la stratégie, du marketing, de la communication et du e-commerce. Ils pourraient représenter 30% de son activité à terme. Le fournisseur de Cloud compte notamment sur le channel pour aider les clients à migrer sur son IaaS et pour leur fournir des applications hébergées sur son infrastructure.

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Sur un marché encore frileux, la patience et la résilience paient... Bravo à toute l'équipe !

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Cloud open doors for telecoms

Cloud open doors for telecoms | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

"In addition to connections, for carriers, jumping into cloud computing offerings can be a way to make additional revenue with services. “Many have stepped up to provide end-to-end cloud solutions,” DeCarlo pointed out. “Telecom companies have more than just the network; most also have significant data center infrastructures and deep expertise in virtualization. They can leverage this to create complete end-to-end cloud solutions, particularly in areas like IaaS.”

 

Indeed, there are opportunities available for carriers that decide to include cloud in their portfolio. DeCarlo highlighted that cloud services could give carriers more than just a source of replacement revenue for services whose margins are declining rapidly. “On-demand service can introduce a whole new set of prospects to the carrier’s services and open up new market growth sectors to the provider,” she said."

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and this time, we're not talking backdoors (see Barracuda's SSHGate)

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Gartner: 1/3 of consumer data will be stored in the cloud by '16

Consumer adoption of cloud services will continue to increase in the coming years, with one-third of personal data being stored in the cloud by 2016, Gartner predicts.

Today, only about 7% of personal data is stored in the cloud. But, Gartner researchers say the ability for consumers to capture data on their smartphones and tablets, using cameras and video recording devices, will drive the need to store data outside of local traditional options, such as on a personal computer hard drive or an external hard drive. Plus, the advent of technology allowing data to be automatically uploaded to the cloud, will mean that 36% of consumer data will be stored in the cloud within four years.

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ZangZing will close soon after MobileMe

ZangZing will close soon after MobileMe | cross pond high tech | Scoop.it

ZangZing had been cleverly standing out as a possible "after MobileMe" solution for those who cannot wait for iOS6 "share from Photostream" feature unveiled at WWDC.

 

Joseph Ansanelli's team had designed a superior user interface, a clever ingestion mechanism including fetching albums from other sites, along with comprehensive privacy settings while sharing albums with others.

 

The email below is therefore a total surprise for subscribers as well as a strong disappointment, and we don't understand yet what motivated it.

 

Now that two consumer photosharing services are gone, which of the remaining ones will stand out and take care of the rest of us ?

 

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Hi Philippe,

Unfortunately, we have some sad news to share.

On July 2nd, ZangZing will no longer accept new users to join or new photos to be uploaded.

On August 31st, we will be shutting down ZangZing and permanently deleting all photos, contact information, and account information.

To download your original photos, please follow these steps:
Sign in at www.zangzing.com/signinMouse-over the album you would like to downloadClick the "i" menu and choose Download. This will create a Zip file of all the original photos in that album. Once each album is completely downloaded, then begin the next album download as simultaneous downloads can become corrupted on some web browsersRepeat this for all your albums

If you have any problems, please refer to this Help article, http://zan.gy/Gzv1Qd.

Thank you for sharing our same passion for design, privacy, and group photo sharing. You inspired us.

The ZangZing Team

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San Francisco, CA 94129
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"Cloud français": l'Etat va investir 75 millions d'euros dans le projet Orange-Thales

L'Etat, via le Fonds national pour la société numérique (FSN), va investir 75 millions d'euros dans le projet alliant les entreprises Orange et Thales, pour développer une "centrale numérique" (cloud computing) qui stockera les données informatiques stratégiques françaises.
Il s'agit du premier investissement de ce fonds, lancé en mars 2011, ont souligné dans un communiqué commun le ministre de l'Industrie et de l'Economie numérique Eric Besson et le Commissaire général à l'investissement René Ricol.
Le FSN dispose d'un total de 4,25 milliards d'euros, dont une partie est destinée à accompagner en investissement les acteurs développant de nouveaux usages, services et contenus numériques. Sa gestion est assurée par la Caisse des Dépôts.
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