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Thinking about moving your business or personal information to the cloud. Here are some things you need to consider so the sky doesn’t fall on you.

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All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), the governing body for technical education in India as part of India’s Ministry of Human Resource Development, has adopted Microsoft Live@edu as one solution amongst many such initiatives with IT majors and Industries.

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IDC — through a study commissioned by Microsoft — forecasts that spending on cloud computing will generate roughly 14 million new jobs by 2015, as well as bring in $1.1 trillion per year in revenue.

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Today there are companies and there are cloud-computing companies. Initially, cloud computing services were regarded as little more than some fad. The gains that companies have attained in productivity and profitability have been drivers for its use. Having everything on-the-go and being able to use the cloud for day-to-day operations has become an inevitable reality for many of us at work or play.

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NIST

National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), a non-regulatory agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce, is responsible for developing standards and guidelines, including minimum requirements, for providing adequate information security for all Federal agency operations and assets. These guidelines may be used by non-governmental organizations on a voluntary basis. The guidelines are not subject [...]

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Project Daytona is designed to support a wide class of data analytics and machine learning algorithms. Project Daytona is part of an active research and development project in the eXtreme Computing Group of Microsoft Research and made its debut at the Microsoft Research Faculty Summit.

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Microsoft’s patents about gestures reveals more about the company’s one cloud based OS to rule them all strategy.

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The much awaited laptop powered by Google Chrome (a cloud-based operating system) is all set for launch on June 15. The Chromrebook should always be connected to the Internet in order to make use of its functionalities. In other words, everything will be on cloud and you’ll need Internet to access all of the apps, documents, photos, movies etc. Installing softwares or updating them, taking backup of files or running anti-virus checks and all other PC related tasks will be eliminated as everything will be done over the cloud.

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Amazon AWS

Amazon’s AWS takes down about half the Internet.

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mSpot: Dropbox For Music Syncing & Streaming

mSpot is a cloud based music streaming service that lets users play their favorite songs across multiple devices like PC, Android phones and Mac.

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According to a report released by consulting firm Zinnov Management Consulting, India’s cloud computing market will be around USD 1 billion over the next five years.

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Immunet Protect offers you free real time and constantly updated antivirus protection. The addition of 20 more friendly anti-virus apps to it’s compatibility list is only one more reason to try it out.

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With Zimbra’s purchase, VMware is expanding from virtualization solutions to offer a suite of collaboration tools for the enterprises. Microsoft and HP have a signed a deal to provide integrated solutions to business customers. Panasonic is migrating to the cloud, dumping Microsoft Exchange and opting for IBM LotusLive suite.

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