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VMware Has to Wait for OpenStack Decision

A long board meeting meant that the OpenStack Foundation's board didn't get around to discussing VMware, Intel or NEC's applications to join the open cloud club...

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Microsoft Gives Android Punters Some Official SkyDrive Love

Android now has an official SkyDrive client, bringing Microsoft's cloud storage to Google's handsets and dragging a little of Redmond's new GUI along with it.…...

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Dell's Project Stratus Device Management Console Goes into Public Beta

Another result from Dell's purchase of Wyse Technologies earlier this year: the company can now offer a unified, cloud-based console to handle PCs, smartphones, tablets, thin clients and zero clients...

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Active in Cloud, Amazon Reshapes Computing

Amazon is quietly upending the world of business computing through its cloud operations, a vast resource that gives companies heavy computing power without the baseline costs.

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Enterprises See Growing Open Source Cloud Appeal

The growing maturing of OSS and support from IT vendors make open source cloud deployments an appealing choice, but companies need to assess if they have adequate resources for such a project.

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