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How Cloud Computing’s Growth Disrupts Hardware & Software Vendors

Businesses are subscribing to software, storage and computing power delivered over the Internet at a jaw-dropping pace. Over the next five years, global spending on cloud-computing services will increase at a pace five times greater than the growth of the information technology (IT) industry as a whole. To survive in this new landscape, technology makers will have to completely redefine their products, business models and cultures. 

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Intel Draws Battle Lines Against AMD and ARM in Fight to Control the Cloud's Brain

The world's three most significant chip companies have radically different approaches to the cloud, and which company's technology succeeds will dictate the cost and class of future workloads.

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Alfresco Tries to Please Both Employees, IT with New Cloud Sync Platform

Alfresco's new platform-based sync solution is touted to give more freedom to employees but also control back to IT. Are both possible?

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Asia IT Leaders More Certain of Cloud Needs

CIOs in the region have moved out of the experimental phase with cloud computing; and now have the company's commercial and legal support to purchase cloud services.

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US Beats Australia in Data-Protection Laws: Microsoft

US laws do more to protect locally hosted data than Australian laws, and data sovereignty is an imaginary issue getting in the way of cloud adoption, according to Microsoft technical evangelist Rocky Heckman.

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