Articles about cloud (page 2)

RealNetworks Launches RealPlayer Cloud
Remember how popular RealNetworks was with its RealPlayer media player back in the late 90s and early 2000s? It seems there were a high number of videos online that were transcoded into the RealPlayer format, making it nearly impossible to not have a version of the media player on your computer during its peak in popularity. It looks like RealNetworks is attempting to rather big comeback with a new piece […]

Box Notes Announced
Do you love working on the cloud, and collaborating with other folks on the same document without having to meet up with one another at the office? Well, here is the opportunity for you to do so – thanks to the introduction of Box Notes. Box Notes opens up a new way for one to create documents and work in real-time with others on Box. To know if any of […]

CloudBeat 2013, San Francisco Sept. 9-10
Why CloudBeat? Other cloud events focus on legacy technologies and incremental change and tend to let the cloud “vendors” do the talking. CloudBeat, by contrast, delivers actionable lessons by focusing on real customers that are adopting the most disruptive technologies out there, regardless of who peddles them.This year we’re featuring new cases from PayPal, Netflix, Stanford University, Airbnb, and General Electric, to name a few.Ubergizmo readers register here with code “Gizmo” and […]

Adobe Places Their Money On The Cloud
Adobe Systems has just made an announcement that upgrades for its flagship software packages, which comprises of Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign among others, will no longer be made available via a physical box, as you will now need to jump aboard the cloud bandwagon and ride through online subscriptions instead. This would place Adobe as yet another traditional software company to place their bets on the cloud-based subscription mechanism that […]

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Verizon Cloud Backup Service Arrives On Android, With iOS In Its Sights
Mention the word “cloud” to a 60 year old, and he or she will give you a very different definition to that of the younger, tech savvy generation. After all, many of us work from the cloud itself right now. Just ask yourself, how many important documents have you stashed away onto Google Drive by now? Well, smartphone owners are definitely not “suffering” from the issue of not having enough […]

Microsoft Cuts Price On Cloud Services
In the highly competitive arena of cloud services, software giant Microsoft has slashed prices for both hosting and processing customers’ online data, and this move can be seen to be an aggressive challenge to Amazon.com Inc’s current lead in the expanding business of ‘cloud’ computing. In fact, Microsoft was so bold as to say that they will match Amazon’s prices in order to pick up more than just a slice […]

Yahoo! Mail Teams Up With Dropbox For Easier Attachments
A company that used to be the darling and poster boy of tech, Yahoo!, might not be of the same size as well as having a similar level of clout as with the past, but is still large enough of an entity to create headlines when required. From what we do know, Yahoo! Mail have worked with Dropbox in order to make life a whole lot easier for road warriors. […]

Real Ways To Improve Your Digital Life With The Cloud
“The Cloud: is a term that most people have heard of, and many of us use cloud services daily. However, it’s fair to say many others are still using computing the old-fashion way. At times, it may sound like a marketing gimmick, but “cloud computing” is real and it can bring real value to just about everyone who has an internet connection whether it is on a computer, mobile devices […]

Structure:Data • March 20 & 21, 2013 • New York, NY
Put Data to Work – Learn how to make the most of the data revolution at Structure:Data. Join 700 of most senior big data thinkers, practitioners and technologists and hear 60+ of the smartest data minds around as they share how they are planning for the future, building DaaP, improving management and infrastructure, taking advantage of the latest trends and using human intelligence to improve and scale machine learning. Some […]

Google Chromebook Pixel High-End Laptop Launched
Google just announced its new high-end computer called Chromebook Pixel, which is aimed at “everyone” (including the “enthusiast” market), and we got a chance to check it out this morning. If you are unfamiliar with Google’s Chromebook products, they are computers built for “cloud” users who rely mainly on web-based applications and services. It has had some real retail success (Amazon) and has gained some traction in the education space […]

SurDoc Offers Unlimited Cloud Storage At CES 2013
[CES 2013] Ever heard of SurDoc before? Neither have I, so for those of us who are in the dark, SurDoc prides itself in being a leader in cloud storage and document technologies. In fact, at CES this year, SurDoc has every intention to demonstrate their patented best-in-industry VisiDoc user interface, in addition to showcasing their TruPrivacy security technology to those who drop by their booth. Basically, TruPrivacy technology is […]

Dell Wyse Cloud Connection Device (Project Ophelia)
Dell has just announced a cloud connection device that has been codenamed Project Ophelia, where this solution intends to extend the value of cloud client computing, bringing it to the next level so that folks are able to better manage the increasing convergence of their work lives and personal lives thanks to the compact, portable device that you see above.Not only does it give you access to secured professional assets, […]

Chicago Signs Four-Year Services Deal With Microsoft
In an effort to modernize the city of Chicago’s digital infrastructure, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced today that he has signed a four-year deal with Microsoft to help improve the city’s office operations while saving over $400,000 per year. The newly adopted “cloud strategy” includes email and desktop applications, and over 30,000 employees across the city’s departments are expected to use them.

Cisco’s Linksys Smart Wi-Fi Router and Applications – Demo at GDGT
[GDGT 2012] Linksys Smart Wi-Fi was previously referred to as Cisco Connect Cloud according the product page. Smart Wi-fi is a consumer-friendly solution that combines any latest Lynksis router (Linksys E4200v2, EA2700, EA3500, EA4500, and EA6500) equipped with the latest firmware and a suite of mobile apps from which you can control your home connectivity.Setting up and operating a home network is often a pain for most non tech-savvy people, […]