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Monthly Archives: May 2011

Cloud making waves in restaurant supply chain

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Co-ordinating supplies for major restaurant brands have been made easier with the data management technology.

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Google to launch seawater-cooled data center

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A data center that is cooled by seawater is to be launched by search giant Google.

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Fujitsu to launch new cloud service

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A new cloud computing service is to be launched by Fujitsu at the end of this month in North America.

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Apple to bring in additional server capacity

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Apple is set to bring on additional server and storage capacity in Silicon Valley.

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Cloud computing 'frees valuable office space'

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Companies who are finding themselves pressed for space in the office might want to look into cloud computing.

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Amazon outage 'proves cloud can work'

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Amazon's recent outage of its cloud service has proved that its method of data storage was suitable for purpose.

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Data center achieves 1,000 days of uninterrupted services

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A data center has managed to deliver 1,000 days of uninterrupted services, marking a milestone in its development.

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Check contract risks, cloud sourcing managers advised

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IT procurement or sourcing managers have been advised to check a number of contractual terms before signing on to the cloud.

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CIOs risk being 'left out' of cloud computing

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Some chief information officers (CIOs) could be at risk of being left out of cloud computing, it has been suggested.

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Business intelligence and marketing relationship 'crucial'

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The essential nature of the relationship between business intelligence teams and marketing people has been highlighted.

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