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Uber hits Wellington: Traditional taxi business model is blown to pieces with a new online transport service

Uber has come to Wellington, New Zealand, in the past few weeks. An alternative to the traditional taxi, Uber allows you to connect directly with a private driver in real-time, book them for trips, see how far away they are, without the need to carry any kind of cash or payment, in a secure manner. 685 more words

Cloud Computing

Esker 2014 Half-Year Results

Cloud-Based Document Process Automation Solutions
Drive Strong Growth and Profitability

Madison, WI — September 17, 2014 121 more words

Sales Order Processing

Ellison's Oracle to Report Q1 Ahead of Annual OpenWorld Conference

The first fiscal quarter for the business software giant Oracle is usually an uncertain one. Historically speaking, its fourth quarter is always the strongest as sales teams close deals they’ve been working on for months. 305 more words


Today was a big day for funding in the super-hot space for services that help manage login credentials for enterprise software. Ping Identity, one of the older players in the business, said it has… 60 more words


The Creative Cloud

Storytelling Weather

Writing up reality inside and outside a clouded technology


Netsuite Slams Rival SAP in Newspaper Ad

If there’s one thing that Zach Nelson, the CEO of the cloud business software firm NetSuite, likes to do, it’s make fun of SAP.

Borrowing a page from the book of Larry Ellison, the Oracle CEO who backed the company’s founding and remains its largest shareholder, Nelson’s disparaging of the German software giant is a recurring feature of NetSuite earnings conference calls. 205 more words


cloudy with a chance of emails

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Yes, the subject of cloud computing is on every techies explanation todo list. The reason I know this is that most of the discussions I have with clients is that they ask me how do we use the cloud? 787 more words