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Cloud computing has been described as a buzzword by many, but for IT managers, software engineers and business executives it is the new reality. But it is also a relatively new technology that is changing fast, so make sure you stay ahead of the curve with the daily cloud computing news email from Wiser. The speed of change in the industry is happening on several fronts, including in technologies and solutions that are making cloud computing more efficient, safe and accessible. Cloud computing solutions deliver technology products and services through the internet, rather than through a local server or personal device. The technology solutions it delivers include data storage, server resources and software applications. There are several companies in the field from small start-ups to the internet's biggest names, including Google, Microsoft, Amazon and IBM. This growth is set to continue as more applications go to the cloud, and greater percentages of company IT budgets are allocated to cloud computing. If this industry affects you sign up for the cloud computing news email from Wiser today. It will keep you up-to-date on the latest developments in the industry, and with the latest innovations in cloud computing technology.

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CDN provider Fastly raises $50 million to help online companies deliver content at speed
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Amazon Web Services sets a lure for Java programmers
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Amazon launches new training and certification portal to lure talent to AWS
The Next Web • Mix
10 Ways CIOs Can Run Their Business Like a Business
InformationWeek • Chief Information Officer, Ciena, Craig Williams
Don't Give Up On Splunk - Cramer's Lightning Round (5/22/17)
Seeking Alpha • S.A. Editor Mohit Manghnani
Legendary Techie James Gosling Joins Amazon Web Services
Fortune Magazine • Barb Darrow
UK’s Nex Group to unveil overhaul of post-trade unit
Financial Times
Microsoft Monday: OneNote For iOS Revamped, 'J' Bug In Outlook To Get Fixed, Minecraft Update
Forbes • Amit Chowdhry, Contributor
CenturyLinkVoice: The Tech In Your Toys: The Cloud In Your Car
Forbes • Centurylink, Hugh Taylor
Selling Picks And Shovels To The Crypto Miners
Seeking Alpha • Bram De Haas
 
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CDN provider Fastly raises $50 million to help online companies deliver content at speed
Venture BeatPaul Sawers
Fastly, a content delivery network (CDN) provider, has announced a $50 million series E round of funding led by Sorenson Capital, with participation from Sapphire Ventures, Iconiq Capital, Amplify Partners, August Capital, O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures (OATV), and IDG Ventures. Founded out of...
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Amazon.com Inc, Cloud Computing Services
Amazon Web Services sets a lure for Java programmers
CIOPeter Sayer
Amazon Web Services has long offered an SDK to make it easier to access its web services from Java. Now it has another lure for Java programmers: James Gosling, the father of Java. Gosling revealed his new employer on his Facebook page...
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Amazon.com Inc, Cloud Computing Services
Amazon launches new training and certification portal to lure talent to AWS
The Next WebMix
As cloud services continue to pick up steam, Amazon wants to make sure there is no shortage of talent to maintain your cloud computing operations and take care of your AWS needs. Yesterday, the e-commerce giant announced it is launching its own...
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Big Data, Cloud Computing Services
10 Ways CIOs Can Run Their Business Like a Business
InformationWeekChief Information Officer, Ciena, Craig Williams
Being a CIO isn't just about serving the business; today it means running the IT operation as a business itself. The role of the CIO is evolving as quickly as the technology and business information we manage. Our teams are no longer...
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Cloud Computing Services, Finance
Don't Give Up On Splunk - Cramer's Lightning Round (5/22/17)
Seeking AlphaS.A. Editor Mohit Manghnani
Summary BlackBerry's up-move has substance behind it. Freeport-McMoRan's bottom is around $11-12. Nutanix is more expensive than Salesforce. Stocks discussed on the Lightning Round segment of Jim Cramer's Mad Money Program, Monday, May 22. Bullish Calls BlackBerry (NASDAQ:BBRY): The company showed a...
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Amazon.com Inc, Cloud Computing Services
Legendary Techie James Gosling Joins Amazon Web Services
Fortune MagazineBarb Darrow
James Gosling, credited with creating the popular Java programming language used to build much of the world's business software and Android mobile apps, has joined Amazon Web Services as distinguished engineer. This is a coup for Amazon (amzn, +1.13%), which wants big...
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UK’s Nex Group to unveil overhaul of post-trade unit
Financial Times
Shift to cloud computing aims to boost profitability and spur blockchain take-up
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Apple Inc, Cloud Computing Services
Microsoft Monday: OneNote For iOS Revamped, 'J' Bug In Outlook To Get Fixed, Minecraft Update
ForbesAmit Chowdhry, Contributor
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella speaking at an event to introduce Windows 10 S and the new Surface laptop. (Photo Credit: Drew Angerer/Getty Images) Microsoft Monday is a weekly column that focuses on updates in regards to the Redmond giant. This week, Microsoft...
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CenturyLinkVoice: The Tech In Your Toys: The Cloud In Your Car
ForbesCenturylink, Hugh Taylor
Today’s drivers have come to expect a high level of available and reliable technology in their cars. The evolution of cloud technology in the auto industry has led car companies to try to exceed these expectations by delivering proactive connectivity on levels...
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Selling Picks And Shovels To The Crypto Miners
Seeking AlphaBram De Haas
Summary Sometimes it is said the ones who got rich in the gold rush were the ones selling picks and shovels. There are some similarities between the California gold rush and the cryptocurrency "madness". Can we participate selling picks and shovels? The...
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