Huawei aims to sell the nuts and bolts of global cloud computing

Spending on cloud computing services in China alone could reach $ 20bn by 2020: Bain & Co.


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VMworld 2016: Clouds are commodities

VMware is poised to take you to the cloud, and it wants to prove its worth to be your cloud broker.

During yesterday’s keynote address at VMworld in Las Vegas, CEO Pat Gelsinger talked about a new layer between the cloud and a data center. For purposes of discussion, I’ll call it the hybrid cloud control plane. It’s not quite an operating system and not quite compute as a service, but it’s close to both of these. It’s an intelligent brokerage system, designed to keep you loving VMware.

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Asia’s Quest For Google’s Lunar X Prize

In Asia, where government has long held the reigns in outer space affairs, how does the private competition stack up? The lure of space entrepreneurship is certainly resonating in the region.


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Cloud Services Global Market Analytics Outlook 2016-2021 Featuring Microsoft Azure, IBM …

Cloud computing has significantly grown in popularity as new models have emerged and developed to meet different needs of users. Each type …
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It takes a village: Change management with Office 365

One of the key benefits of leveraging Office 365 for your SharePoint solutions is that you will be able to take advantage of all of the latest and greatest advances in the platform as they are launched. This means that you don’t have to worry about managing upgrades and fixes – and this should save time and resources associated with platform management. But, it also means that you have less control over when changes happen in your environment – and that means you need to stay on top of what Microsoft is planning. Successful change management is a lot about managing expectations. When people are fully informed and aware of changes to the software they use every day, the changes can be easier to accept – especially if you have evaluated the impact of these changes in advance. To ensure that your continuously evolving Office 365 environment is not disruptive to your users, you need to monitor what is happening with the platform with a multi-faceted “lens” – looking at upcoming changes from multiple perspectives. For that, it takes a village.

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Banking is tough when you’re an immigrant. This app changes that

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Immigrants in most countries have a host of legal impediments that make many activities more difficult, but a new app called Monese (pronounced Muh-neez) is letting immigrants bank with less hassle in the UK.

Unlike many banks that require special fees for immigrants, Monese offers low-cost international banking transactions and the option to withdraw and deposit money in multiple country. The app also claims you can open an account in under 3 minutes. Users must have a form of government-issued ID document to use the app. 

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Critical Cloud ERP Questions A Big Focus At Oracle OpenWorld

Oracle’s range of cloud technologies is helping companies of all sizes ditch customizations and move to digital systems that support best practices.


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Apple wants to add five new inclusive emoji for different professions

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Are you a female astronaut or a male judge? Apple has your back.

As spotted by Emojipedia, the company has requested male and female variations of five new professions be added to the next Unicode update — an artist, a firefighter, a pilot, an astronaut and a judge. 

Apple has previously indicated its desire for the additions, but we finally have examples of what the new emoji could look like.

In case you’re unfamiliar, the Unicode Consortium is a non-profit organisation that standardises characters and symbols online, creating the Unicode Standard. Members of the consortium include Apple, Huawei and Google. Read more…

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New tools to help cyber cell fight cloud computing crimes in MP

Hackers target cloud computing systems due to their huge information, mostly sensitive data, ranging from financial data to personal information.


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