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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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Google considers downgrading trust in Symantec certificates
ITProPortal • Sead Fadilpašić
Creating the Cloud Learning Platform of the Future
InformationWeek • Greg Smith, University
Experian CIO embraces APIs and microservices to improve data transfer
InfoWorld • Mary K. Pratt
On The NAB Exhibit Floor: Qligent
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Network Visibility Is Now Top CIO Priority: Study
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What the enterprise cloud really means
InfoWorld • Eric Knorr
Ola’s connected car platform ‘Ola Play’ launched in Hyderabad
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Travelex, the world’s leading foreign exchange specialist, has today launched Travelex Wire, a digital international money transfer service. Simple, easy and quick to use, Travelex Wire allows customers to send money to a variety of countries in a variety of currencies. The...
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Cloud Computing Services, Software as a Service
SAAS Spotlight: Today’s Great Disrupter to Established Vendor Channel Programs
The VAR Guy - VAR, MSP and Solutions Provider NewsTheresa Caragol
In all my years in the channel, I have never seen such a rapid and profound change in partner programs as I do now. This transformation is in large part due to the rapid acceleration of Software as a Service (SaaS). New...
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Google considers downgrading trust in Symantec certificates
ITProPortalSead Fadilpašić
Google says security firm Symantec has been misissuing certificates, which led to users being exposed to ‘significant dangers’. For that reason, the search engine giant decided to downgrade the level of trust it has in these certificates. Since it started investigating the...
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Creating the Cloud Learning Platform of the Future
InformationWeekGreg Smith, University
When an RFP returned high-cost bids for the work, the University of Maryland University College opted for an in-house approach to building a cloud-based school. The University of Maryland University College (UMUC) is taking full advantage of the cloud to give its...
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Cloud Computing Services
Experian CIO embraces APIs and microservices to improve data transfer
InfoWorldMary K. Pratt
Data is the lifeblood of Experian, a global business that handles staggeringly large volumes of financial and consumer information. But when Barry Libenson arrived as CIO in June 2015, he found that the company didn’t distribute data between its divisions and to...
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On The NAB Exhibit Floor: Qligent
TV News Check
Qligent | Booth N6520 | Website: http://www.qligent.com/ Qligent, a specialist in cloud-based, enterprise-level media monitoring and analysis, will unleash the first OTT-specific solution of its Vision cloud-based monitoring platform. Called Vision-OTT, the platform represents a leap forward for Qligent in that it’s...
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Network Visibility Is Now Top CIO Priority: Study
RSS Feed - CXOtoday.comSohini Bagchi
Increasing complexity and opacity of enterprise networks is creating security challenges for a majority of IT professionals. Around 61 percent of respondents have named visibility as either their top priority, according to a new study by Ixia that surveyed over 220 senior...
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Cloud Computing Services, Oracle Corp
What the enterprise cloud really means
InfoWorldEric Knorr
For years people like me have carped that not only is the public cloud a small slice of IT spending, but the big public clouds are also much more likely to attract startups or other digital natives as customers instead of conventional...
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Auto Industry, Cloud Computing Services
Ola’s connected car platform ‘Ola Play’ launched in Hyderabad
India.comIans Feeds
Hyderabad, March 27 (IANS) Ride-hailing platform Ola on Monday launched “Ola Play”, its connected car platform for ride-sharing, in Hyderabad. Powered by proprietary in-car and cloud technologies from Ola, “Ola Play” brings advanced car controls, choice of personalised content and a fully...
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Ultimate Virtualization: The End of Infrastructure as We Know It
DZoneDennis O'Reilly
Download this eBook outlining the critical components of success for SaaS companies - and the new rules you need to play by. Brought to you in partnership with NuoDB. All cloud-industry forecasts point nowhere but up: More services, more revenue, more growth,...
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