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Sponsor post: Cross cloud management: should be easy as seeing the forest through the trees

gigaom.com
“It’s impossible to track all our systems — new apps pop up daily, everyone wants better performance, but it’s hard to make sense of it all. Then there’s the cloud — private, public, hybrid. How can I track everything and deliver SLAs to my end users?!” If this quote sounds...
Sponsor post: Cross cloud management: should be easy as seeing the forest through the trees

Boot up: US smartphone trends, Galaxy Note 8 reviewed, Asha not brimful, and more

www.guardian.co.uk
Plus Apple's mobile ad advantage, how a school used Android tablets, why LinkedIn dumped HTML5 for native, and moreA burst of 8 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamUS smart sales >> Benedict EvansFirst, Android isn't really growing at all in the USA, at least...
Boot up: US smartphone trends, Galaxy Note 8 reviewed, Asha not brimful, and more

BlackBerry 10 app catalog now boasts 100,000 applications; 30,000 added in last 7 weeks

thenextweb.com
BlackBerry, formerly known as Research in Motion, today announced that its app catalog has grown by more than 30,000 apps for BlackBerry 10 in seven weeks, recently hitting a total of 100,000 applications. This isn’t entirely unexpected, and it tells us little about BlackBerry’s chances of a turn-around for its...
BlackBerry 10 app catalog now boasts 100,000 applications; 30,000 added in last 7 weeks

VMware buys big data startup Cetas

gigaom.com
VMware CEO Paul Maritz VMware has acquired Cetas, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based big data startup that provides analytics atop the Hadoop platform. Terms of the deal haven’t been disclosed yet, but Cetas is an 18-month-old company with tens of paying customers, including within the Fortune 1000, that didn’t need to...
VMware buys big data startup Cetas

Mozilla Labs’ Contacts: An Awesome Bar for People

webworkerdaily.com
The notion of a unified, federated or centralized web-based address book for our various contact databases has long been a quixotic dream for many startups and application providers. Mozilla Labs’ experimental Contacts application, launched a couple of days ago, sweeps these lofty visions aside with simplicity and pragmatism, while adding...
Mozilla Labs’ Contacts: An Awesome Bar for People

The next big thing: Cloud-native application services

venturebeat.com
Cloud solutions are today’s badge of honor. Executives who can solve an organization’s challenges through cloud solutions are heroes because they save their company countless man-hours, liberate IT resources, enable workforces scattered around the globe, and help save their company money. What’s a company’s sales force without Salesforce? How...
The next big thing: Cloud-native application services
Big Tech: What's Good for Verizon and AT&T is Terrible for American Consumers

Cable guys to FCC: ISPs aren't the bottleneck, Google is!

gigaom.com
You would think that the National Cable and Telecommunications Association would be thrilled that cable performed well in the latest broadband quality report released today, that it wouldn’t resort to some kind of attack on content companies that make its broadband service so compelling to end customers. You would be...
Cable guys to FCC: ISPs aren't the bottleneck, Google is!

5 Reasons Why One Startup Gave Customers A Social Network Style Activity Stream

techcrunch.com
Application providers of all varieties are using activity streams. Microsoft announced this week that it is all in on social and will integrate Yammer into Sharepoint and Office365. SOA Software uses an activity stream for people to collaborate on API management. Salesforce.com has Chatter while Tibco has Tibbr. How the customer benefits...
5 Reasons Why One Startup Gave Customers A Social Network Style Activity Stream

CipherCloud Lands $30 Million From Andreessen Horowitz

allthingsd.com
One of the biggest ongoing concerns in the adoption of cloud computing options by large enterprises is security. When you get right down to it, moving data to a cloud application largely means putting it, or copies of it, outside the trusted corporate firewall. There aren’t many ways to alleviate...
CipherCloud Lands $30 Million From Andreessen Horowitz

Salesforce.com: 'Cloud Computing Debate Is Over' in Washington

www.computerworld.com
With the federal government climbing on board with the cloud revolution, the important questions for service and application providers turn to issues surrounding security, architecture....
Salesforce.com: 'Cloud Computing Debate Is Over' in Washington

Socialwok Plans Corporate Annihilation with Premium Features and Microsoft Office Integration

thenextweb.com
Last fall I wrote an article comparing the key players in the enterprise microblogging space. Since writing that comparison, it’s been interesting to watch as each services’ strategy has morphed and to some degree diverged.I thought then and still think now that Socialwok is uniquely positioned adjunct to Google Apps...
Socialwok Plans Corporate Annihilation with Premium Features and Microsoft Office Integration

Mailjet raises $3.3 million from Alven Capital and others for its cloud-based emailing platform

thenextweb.com
Mailjet, a Paris, France-based provider of a cloud email platform, has secured $3.3 million in funding from venture capital firm Alven Capital and private investors Laurent Asscher and eFounders. Launched in February 2011, the company’s platform essentially enables users to manage the sending and tracking of newsletters and transactional emails...
Mailjet raises $3.3 million from Alven Capital and others for its cloud-based emailing platform
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