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Government layoffs at computer centers

Jul 20, 2011
The US government will close 800 of its 2000 computer data centers. New technology, like cloud computing and spreading the data crunching load...
Posted In: cloud, cloud computing, government

Amazon tries to make cloud service more appealing

Jul 7, 2011
Amazon is now offering unlimited music storage on its cloud for paying customers. So when you buy any level of storage for your files, you can put...
Posted In: Amazon, cloud, iPad, Music

Microsoft cloud data policy ruffles Europe

Jul 6, 2011
Microsoft confirmed that data on its European servers can be handed over to American investigators because of the Patriot Act. This can be done wi...
Posted In: cloud, EU, Europe, Microsoft

Google takes over Wyoming

Jun 23, 2011
It's a 4 million dollar cash deal. Kidding. All state workers in Wyoming are now running on Google Apps for Government, Gmail, and all sorts of...
Posted In: cloud, Gmail, Google, wyoming

Not everyone is happy in the cloud

Jun 13, 2011
Numero Group is not the largest record label in the world. Not exactly in Sony or Warner territory. But they're taking a stand against Apple's...
Posted In: apple, cloud, icloud, itunes, Music

Leahy introduces digital protection bill

May 24, 2011
Senator Pat Leahy (D-VT) has introduced a bill that would require law enforcement authorities to obtain a warrant before searching someone's email...
Posted In: cloud, email, Law, leahy, privacy

Sony hackers used Amazon's cloud

May 16, 2011
Whoops. ...
Posted In: Amazon, cloud, hacking, Sony

Google to launch music service

May 10, 2011
It's day one of Google's I/O conference and the company is widely expected to announce a new music service today that could be a complete disaster....
Posted In: Amazon, cloud, Google, Music

Apple building a Castle

May 2, 2011
There's a developer preview of the next Mac operating system floating around out there (so people who build software can have compatible stuff...
Posted In: apple, cloud, mobile me

Amazon explains outage

Apr 29, 2011
The latest hot trend for tech companies is EXPLAINING YOURSELF. Everyone's doing it! Sony waits a while and then reveals awful truths, Apple waits...
Posted In: Amazon, apple, cloud, Sony

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