DEWA's MORO signs MoU with SAP to provide innovative data storage & cloud computing services

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA)’s data hub subsidiary, Data Hub Integrated Solutions LLC (MORO), has signed a Memorandum of …


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Greenstar Home Services Announces Partnership with Nest

Greenstar Home Services, an air conditioning, heating, and plumbing company based in Orange, CA has partnered with Nest Labs, Inc. to include the Nest Learning Thermostat as a standard component of…

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Cloud Computing Services Market 2016 Global Industry Growth, Size, Analysis To 2020

Cloud Computing Services Market Global Cloud Computing Services Industry 2016 is a comprehensive, professional report delivering market …
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Dollar Shave Club grooming AWS cloud services for smoother growth

If you asked a CIO to sketch the ideal modern IT architecture on a few cocktail napkins, it might resemble the system fashioned by of the Dollar Shave Club (DSC), the men’s grooming ecommerce company that ascended from relative obscurity to prominence thanks to sound branding and this memorable YouTube clip.

Running in a public cloud, the startup uses 22 custom applications to run sales and marketing campaigns and customer service, as well as a recommendation engine. The custom-cloud combination embodies the type of IT environment CIOs say they would build if they had a green field devoid of legacy architecture and technical debt.

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Increase in IT Consolidation and Modernizing Infrastructure to Drive the Global IT Services Market …

Virtualization, cloud computing, and SaaS-hosted services are expected to spur the demand for IT services in Latin America. ITO vendors in Brazil, …


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Algeria blocks access to Facebook, Twitter and 3G services over exam paper leak


It’s a sad truth that some governments are within their rights in blocking internet access for their citizens. The Indian state of Gujarat saw mobile Web access turned off last August following violent protests there; similar measures were taken in the state of Haryana this month. And last November, VPN users in China had their connectivity disrupted for trying to scale the Great Firewall. Now, Algeria has temporarily blocked its citizens from accessing Facebook and Twitter, as well as 3G services, after baccalaureate exam papers leaked on social media. More than 555,000 students in the North African nation are having to…

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