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AWS Bolsters High Performance Computing Offering With NICE Acquisition

AWS attempted to enhance its high performance computing offering today when it purchased NICE, an Italian software and services company for an undisclosed price. 394 more words


Another Cloud Harbinger

So, during a discussion today with a reputable cloud services architect, he described a meeting with a customer CIO who operates a global distribution network.  The meeting was focused on their desire to “move to the cloud”. 77 more words


Facing An Array Of Challenges, Autodesk Shifts To Subscription Pricing

Autodesk has been around the block a few times, having debuted way back in 1982 in the earliest days of the desktop PC. These days, the company is in the midst of a major transition from a licensing model to a subscription model, while juggling the assortment of challenges a change like this brings to a mature company. 946 more words


I'm back on ZDNet

I find myself pretty busy now with writing, both for private clients and for publications. I’m back on ZDNet and trying to write as much as I can there. 252 more words


AWS Announces New Set Of Integrated Services Aimed At Game Developers

AWS made several announcements today aimed squarely at moving the game developer community to its cloud platform.

First of all, there’s Amazon Lumberyard, a 3D gaming development engine the company is offering for free with no costs for seat licenses, subscription costs or revenue sharing. 332 more words


ThinkingPhones Becomes Fuze And Grabs $112 Million Investment Led By Summit Partners

ThinkingPhones, a Cambridge, Massachusetts, cloud service that offers messaging, phone service and video streaming, announced $112 million investment round today.

The company also announced it was changing its name to Fuze, which happens to be the name of  440 more words


A Cloud Approach to Accelerate Case Outcomes

Today’s Post By: Trent Shupe, Portfolio Marketing Manager, Case Management and Smarter Process

Cloud is everywhere. We hear everyday how cloud will be the preferred delivery model for most organizations moving forward. 270 more words

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