Tags » Cloud Computing

Microsoft, Amazon target climate change with cloud computing grants

Cloud computing providers Microsoft(s msft) and Amazon (s amzn)Web Services are opening up their pools of virtual servers to climate researchers via two new grant programs announced on Tuesday. 519 more words

Microsoft

Uber and Airbnb are complicating corporate expense reports

If you read Fortune, you’ll know that companies like Uber and Airbnb are disrupting traditional industries like transportation and hospitality. What you may not know is that they’re also changing the way many of us book business trips—and, consequently, shifting priorities for companies that provide travel and expense reporting software. 524 more words

Tech

Application Intelligence: THE Driving Force In Network Visibility

Business networks continue to respond to user and business demands, such as, access to more data, bring your own device (BYOD), virtualisation and the continued growth of the Internet of Things. 944 more words

Telnet Networks

And the thunder rolls…

Given that a Tornado swept through Revere Massachusetts yesterday, I thought it was good timing for this guest blog by Melissa Spinella, Services Marketing Manager at Kronos. 189 more words

Weird Al Yankovic Stole Our Look...

Learn more about Kalyn Lewis.

If you haven’t seen our white board videos yet, head to our YouTube Channel to check them out. We have five different videos, all under 2 minutes, that artistically describe our solutions: 91 more words

Sales Order Processing

Link Roundup, July 29, 2014: The Cloud

The Cloud

The Future Looks “Foggy” for Cloud Computing: Greg Otto at FedScoop reports on cloudlets and cyberforaging, potential solutions for bandwidth problems at the edge of the cloud, from a talk given by the Software Engineering Institute’s Grace Lewis at the  100 more words

Software Architecture

Pimping your web app using RDS read replica

Database Wisdom:

SQL> SELECT * FROM dba WHERE clue > 0;
Empty set (0.00 sec)

Amazon RDS has a nifty feature (that surprisingly many people have not heard of) called…

448 more words
Amazon AWS