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  • SAP upping private cloud ante

    SAP customers will soon have more options and tools for deploying the company's software on private clouds, according to an announcement made Tuesday at the Tech Ed conference in Las Vegas.

  • Joyent adds Windows, Linux support

    Joyent is now hosting applications built on Windows and Linux, opening the door to Web application providers who have some components built on those operating systems.

  • Ray Ozzie to leave Microsoft

    Ray Ozzie, Microsoft's chief software architect and the executive responsible for pushing the company into the cloud, plans to step down, Microsoft said on Monday.

  • SuccessFactors adds 'cloud calculator' analytics

    SuccessFactors announced a new Calculator in the Cloud service on Monday that allows users to pull together analytic mashups with data from its human resources software suite as well as from other SaaS (software as a service) applications.

  • Cloud computing and video conferencing: What's next

    One of the most interesting areas in technology these days is telephony, with all its flavors: voice, video, and video conferencing. And, as far as we've come, we're about to see another wave of innovation in the space.

  • Google improves App Engine SDK

    Google on Thursday began offering an offering an upgrade to its Google App Engine SDK with features for improved performance, monitoring, and maintenance.

  • Budget constraints still weigh on IT execs

    GRAPEVINE, Texas -- A good chunk of attendees of Storage Networking World here this week revealed that trying to handle data management while maintaining a tight IT budget is their biggest management headache.

  • Minnesota to move e-mail to Microsoft's cloud

    The Minnesota state government said last month that it's moving its messaging and collaboration systems to Microsoft Corp.'s hosted Business Productivity Online Suite in an effort to address multiple challenges, including an aging workforce and an in...

  • SMBs overwhelmed with data turn to cloud services

    Millions of small- and medium-sized businesses are vastly underserved by suppliers of data protection hardware and services, even though the organizations have many of the same needs as large enterprises, a new research report revealed.

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