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Review: What to expect from Mega's free 50GBs of cloud storage | ZDNet

Review: What to expect from Mega's free 50GBs of cloud storage | ZDNet | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
50GBs of free storage sounds great, but Kim Dotcom's new Mega cloud service still has many bugs.
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Google acquires Timeful time management iOS app to improve Gmail, Calendar, & more

Google acquires Timeful time management iOS app to improve Gmail, Calendar, & more | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
Google today announced that it’s acquiring Timeful Inc, the company behind the Timeful app that offers a central location for time management, calendar functions, to-do list and scheduling features...

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Lenovo Just Released a New Laptop That Beats Apple’s MacBook on Basically Everything

Lenovo Just Released a New Laptop That Beats Apple’s MacBook on Basically Everything | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
In March, Apple announced its new MacBook, a sleek 2-pound marvel with a retina display and a single USB‑C port for both charging and peripherals. There's already been a lot of debate about whether a laptop with one port and a disappointing processor is ready for prime time, but one...

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Richard Platt's curator insight, May 4, 10:43 PM

Lenovo just casually released a MacBook competitor that is lighter, has tons of standard ports, and has a bigger screen (that can also be a touchscreen). Lenovo first announced the LaVie Z laptop in January and promised that it would be 1.72 pounds. The company missed the mark on that a little bit, since the device is debuting at 1.87, but given that the new MacBook weighs 2.03 pounds, it's still impressive. Lenovo says that the laptop is so light because of its magnesium-lithium alloy body. (The material is about half as light as aluminum.) The LaVie Z has two USB 3.0 ports, one HDMI-out port, and an SD card reader.  -  To pack it all in, the Lenovo laptop is thicker than the MacBook. Apple's offering is 0.52 inches at its thickest, whereas the LaVie Z is 0.67 inches at its thickest point. But still. An extra tenth of an inch for normal ports seems like a trade-off most people would be willing to make. The LaVie Z also has a 2.40GHz Intel Core i7 processor, a much more standard processor than the Intel Core M in the MacBook,

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Life With Chromebooks: Can You Live Entirely In The Cloud?

Life With Chromebooks: Can You Live Entirely In The Cloud? | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
A Chromebook is a laptop of any brand that runs Google's Chrome operating system, Chrome OS, and most of its applications and documents are online, or, in the
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The Classifications of Cloud Computing

The Classifications of Cloud Computing | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
Although hype and conjecture has surrounded the concept of cloud computing for a long time now it is more than just a buzz term. With the increased uptake in
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The cloud is a two-horse race between AWS and Microsoft

The cloud is a two-horse race between AWS and Microsoft | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
According to recent earnings calls, no other cloud vendors can match Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft.
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Pole Position: Ranking The Top 5 IaaS, PaaS And Private Cloud Providers

Pole Position: Ranking The Top 5 IaaS, PaaS And Private Cloud Providers | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
The Q1 numbers are in and there's nothing cloudy about Amazon Web Services' position in the IaaS and PaaS market.
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Move Over Amazon, IBM Can Also Claim Top Spot In Cloud Services

Move Over Amazon, IBM Can Also Claim Top Spot In Cloud Services | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
Much like a generation ago, we are entering a new era of computing and, just like back then, it will change everything.
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5 Ways The Personal Cloud Storage Market Is Evolving

5 Ways The Personal Cloud Storage Market Is Evolving | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
Personal cloud storage market has evolved over the last few years. Consumers are now more aware of the latest services in the market, and how they can make
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Google: Cloud on verge of major transformation

Google: Cloud on verge of major transformation | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
The pace of innovation in the cloud is speeding. Think of what the smartphone looked like before the iPhone. That’s how primitive today’s cloud is going to look five years from now, Google’s infrastructure chief says.
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Tapping Cloud Computing's Full Potential

Tapping Cloud Computing's Full Potential | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
Enterprises are realizing only 35% of the value from their workloads already in the cloud. Leading enterprise cloud adopters have migrated nearly two-thirds of their workloads to the cloud, yet the average company has only 18% there. Up to 50% of the value of cloud investments is predicated on streamlining and improving [...]
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14 Groundbreaking Technologies Released In The Last 10 Years, Part 1

14 Groundbreaking Technologies Released In The Last 10 Years, Part 1 | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
In tech, everything moves fast. It's hard to believe that less than a decade ago, we were witnessing the birth of industry giants such as YouTube and Facebook. A lot has happened since then, and today we're going to focus on some of the most disruptive tech breakthroughs in this time period. As with any…

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Five ways cloud service providers are making manufacturers more competitive

Five ways cloud service providers are making manufacturers more competitive | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
Enterprises are only realizing 35% of the total potential value of their cloud deployments according to a recent Bain & Company study.

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, April 30, 5:35 PM

Companies that moved development to IaaS and PaaS clouds from Amazon Web Services (AWS) reduced downtime by 72% and improved application availability by 3.9 hours per user per year.

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Cloudera could be worth almost $5B with $199M in revenue this year, analysts say

Cloudera could be worth almost $5B with $199M in revenue this year, analysts say | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
Successful CMOs achieve growth by leveraging technology. Join us for GrowthBeat Summit on June 1-2 in Boston, where we'll discuss how to merge creativity with technology to drive growth. Space is limited.

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The IoT is worth $3 billion to IBM. What's it worth to CIOs?

The IoT is worth $3 billion to IBM. What's it worth to CIOs? | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
IBM bets $3 billion on a dedicated IoT business group, but CIOs might want to hedge their bets on an IoT partner, says one analyst.

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How the Internet of Things is Creating a Virtual World - Techvibes.com

How the Internet of Things is Creating a Virtual World - Techvibes.com | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
Many technologies are called revolutionary when they’re first introduced, but if one truly fits the bill and lives up to

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Why No One Is Going to Buy Salesforce - Enterprise Irregulars

Why No One Is Going to Buy Salesforce - Enterprise Irregulars | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it

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iNeoMarketing's curator insight, May 3, 7:29 PM

Unless, of course, the market value added to the acquirer is greater than the current cash-on-hand investments.

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Internet of Things poised to transform global logistics | Fleet Management content from Fleet Owner

Internet of Things poised to transform global logistics | Fleet Management content from Fleet Owner | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
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$20 Billion: What Microsoft Wants To Earn From Cloud Business In Fiscal Year 2018

$20 Billion: What Microsoft Wants To Earn From Cloud Business In Fiscal Year 2018 | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
Microsoft aims to achieve an annual revenue amount of $20 billion from its cloud-computing business in fiscal year 2018. This means it should be able to triple its cloud revenue over a three-year period.
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About That Salesforce Acquisition

About That Salesforce Acquisition | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
Now the furor over the report is dying down a bit and cooler heads are starting to prevail about the Oracle-is-about-to-acquire-Salesforce rumor.
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Why a Salesforce sale could be bad news for cloud software startups - Triangle Business Journal

Why a Salesforce sale could be bad news for cloud software startups - Triangle Business Journal | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
The software-as-a-service pioneer has been one of the most active acquirers and investors in startups in its space, a force that will likely be missed if it is snapped up.
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Microsoft (Yes, Microsoft) Has a Far-Out Vision

Microsoft (Yes, Microsoft) Has a Far-Out Vision | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
The reshaped Microsoft that Satya Nadella, the new chief executive, envisions has fewer internal fiefs and is more willing to favor big bets on new technologies over protecting legacy cash cows.

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Wally Stump's curator insight, May 3, 10:42 AM

Are the old dogs learning new tricks?

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Amazon Acquires ClusterK to Help Users Spot Cloud Savings

Amazon Acquires ClusterK to Help Users Spot Cloud Savings | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
Amazon has acquired Palo Alto-based software company ClusterK this week for a reported $20-$50 million. ClusterK optimizes AWS infrastructure and helps significantly lower the cost of compute. Read More
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3 Hacks That Move the Innovation Needle Using IBM Watson

3 Hacks That Move the Innovation Needle Using IBM Watson | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
Read about the top three hacks using IBM Watson services, that define innovation. And learn about the upcoming hackathon at World of Watson.
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Infographic: Why Disaster Recovery in the Cloud Should Be in Your Plans: Networkworld Research/Infographic

Infographic: Why Disaster Recovery in the Cloud Should Be in Your Plans: Networkworld Research/Infographic | Future of Cloud Computing | Scoop.it
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