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Hand Out The Cigars, OpenStack Has A New Release And Its Name is Havana

techcrunch.com
Get out the rum, open-source cloud operating system OpenStack has a new release, and its name is Havana. The OpenStack Foundation names its software releases in alphabetical order. This year it’s the letter “H,” and, because the Design Summit will be held in Portland in April this year, the members of the OpenStack...
Hand Out The Cigars, OpenStack Has A New Release And Its Name is Havana
New Apple Stores coming to London’s Harrod’s, Italy’s Turin, Stockholm’s Sweden, US’s Portland and Houston

Why Portland should get Google fiber (hint: Linus Torvalds)

arstechnica.com
The City of Portland, Oregon says it's ready to be one of Google's test run fiber-to-the-home projects, and how: "No city in the USA is as ready as Portland to launch a citywide or scaled test bed for ultra high speed open platform broadband," its response to Google's Request...
Why Portland should get Google fiber (hint: Linus Torvalds)

Celly gets $1.4m and launches iPhone app to bring instant mobile social networks to more communities

thenextweb.com
Celly, the mobile platform that allows anyone to create “emergent social networks” accessible from their phone or tablet, has raised $1.4 million in funding led by the Oregon Angel Fund (OAF). In addition, Upstart Labs, the Portland Seed Fund, and various other investors have joined the round. To complement the...
Celly gets $1.4m and launches iPhone app to bring instant mobile social networks to more communities

Future-proofing business continuity and disaster recovery

gigaom.com
While the goals of your business continuity (BC) and disaster recovery (DC) plans haven’t changed much, the tools available to support them have. On-premise storage has become cheaper and more manageable, while cloud-based solutions are faster, more secure and more reliable than ever before. From tape to disk to cloud...
Future-proofing business continuity and disaster recovery

'Dream of the 90s' is alive in Portland for SEOmoz: It just bought another Rose City startup

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Have Carrie and Fred been talking to Rand? In a recent episode of Portlandia, Fred and Carrie are sent on a mission to Seattle to evangelize the goodness of Portland. Maybe they knocked on the door of SEOmoz CEO Rand Fishkin. After all, Fishkin’s fast-growing Seattle software startup has made...
'Dream of the 90s' is alive in Portland for SEOmoz: It just bought another Rose City startup
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