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ownCloud 4.5 Mounts External Cloud Storage

The ownCloud developers have released version 4.5 of their cloud synchronisation software. It offers even faster synchronisation and supports external cloud storage solutions such as Dropbox and Google Drive.

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OpenNebula Survey Shows Industry Use Dominating

Industry use of the mature open source IaaS cloud platform dominates the recent user survey as a beta version of OpenNebula 3.8 is released...

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Moving to the Cloud? 5 Key Tax Issues to Consider

IT executives tend to overlook the tax perspective of cloud computing. recently asked Reid Okimoto and Tom Hayes, both members of KPMG's Tax Cloud Enablement Team, for some advice on how IT executives can better handle the tax question.

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OpenStack Summit Approaching, Stacked with Good Sessions

The OpenStack Summit is coming up in sunny San Diego, Calif., Oct.15-18 and looks like it will be one of the year's most outstanding cloud computing events. As opposed to some of the other open source cloud computing platforms, OpenStack is backed by such a huge list of heavyweight companies that some are criticizing all the proprietary backing. In all likelihood, though, the platform's backers will make the upcoming summit an event worth following. 

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PHP Support Comes to OpenShift Cloud Platform

By partnering with software and services provider Zend Technologies, Red Hat has extended its OpenShift cloud platform to support PHP via a new version of Zend Server.

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