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Connected health: hype or hope for a new revolution?

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Our current health care system is in need of a radical reinvention. Traditional approaches have not brought the rapid change required by aging populations and the rising costs of health care, and government efforts too often get bogged down in partisan politics and fail to address systemic issues. Thankfully, there...
Connected health: hype or hope for a new revolution?

rustrated, Three Banks Form Alliance To Forge Ahead Into Cloud Computing

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Frustrated with high maintenance costs, three of the world's largest banks are forming a technology buying alliance to forge ahead into cloud computing. According to Jeanne Capachin of IDC Insights , Bank of America, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, and Deutsche Bank are forming a technology buying alliance which they see...
rustrated, Three Banks Form Alliance To Forge Ahead Into Cloud Computing

Microsoft announces the 106 finalist teams of its student ‘Imagine Cup’ competition

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It’s always pleasant to see major corporations working to engage youths and students, spurring them to learn more, try new things, and of course, excel. Microsoft’s Imagine Cup, a global challenge, today announced the 106 teams, from 75 countries around the world, that made this year’s finals. This is the...
Microsoft announces the 106 finalist teams of its student ‘Imagine Cup’ competition

Amazon.com: How low can this company’s profits go?

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With its roots in online retail, Amazon.com isn’t a traditional technology company, which means that its profit margins are much lower than many others in the tech sector. But as the company prepares to release its quarterly results on Thursday afternoon, it’s increasingly testing the patience of investors looking for...
Amazon.com: How low can this company’s profits go?
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Investment Firm Expects AWS Will Hit $20 Billion In Revenues By 2020

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Bernstein Research has issued a research report saying it expects AWS will have an estimated $20 billion in revenues by the end of the decade. In a separate report, RW Baird & Co. projects $10 billion in revenue for AWS by 2016 and up to $40 billion in losses from the...
Investment Firm Expects AWS Will Hit $20 Billion In Revenues By 2020

We are all bandwidth hogs now

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Demand for international bandwidth grew 39 percent last year, and at a compounded annual rate of 53 percent between 2007 and 2012, according to Telegeography. The interesting bit here is that the growth is coming not just from developed regions, but all regions of the world. Cheaper mobile phones with...
We are all bandwidth hogs now

Amazon Web Services cuts prices again, cites lower costs

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Amazon Web Services announced another round of price reductions in its services for data storage, processing and computing in the cloud, aiming for more business from application developers and businesses. The reductions range as high as 37 percent for some services. It’s the 19th time the company has lowered its...
Amazon Web Services cuts prices again, cites lower costs
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Amazon Web Services Hits $3.8 Billion Revenue - But Can It Capture The Enterprise?

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It took Amazon Web Services (AWS) eight years to hit $650 million in revenue, according to Citigroup in 2010.  Just three years later, Macquarie Capital analyst Ben Schachter estimates that AWS will top $3.8 billion in 2013 revenue, up from $2.1 billion in 2012 (estimated), valuing the AWS business at $19...
Amazon Web Services Hits $3.8 Billion Revenue - But Can It Capture The Enterprise?
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