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[6 Oct 2009 | No Comment | 498 supporters]
IBM Launches Secure, Reliable Cloud Email Service for $3 per User

Nokia, Dow Chemical Sign up for IBM Cloud Services
IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced LotusLive iNotes, a new email service that delivers the benefits of cloud computing with a focus on reliability, privacy and security, to millions of mainstream business users starting at $3 per user, per month.
The new IBM LotusLive iNotes cloud service allows overburdened IT departments to take advantage of IBM’s leadership in enterprise collaboration for a range of on- or off-premise messaging capabilities, including mail that works with Lotus Notes and Microsoft Exchange or operates as a …

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[2 May 2009 | 2 Comments | 1,972 supporters]
New IBM Appliance Delivers Enterprise Cloud Services

First of its Kind Hardware Plus New Software Speed Application Deployment
IBM today is announcing two new products that allow customers to seamlessly extend their investment in service-oriented architecture (SOA) into a cloud services environment. These new offerings enable clients to easily create application environments that can be deployed and managed in a “private cloud” and include:

IBM WebSphere CloudBurst Appliance — a new hardware appliance that provides access to software virtual images and patterns that can be used as is or easily customized, and then securely deployed, managed and maintained …

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[23 Apr 2009 | No Comment | 825 supporters]

Do I need a CDN if I have Cloud Computing?
Over last year or so, the term Cloud Computing has been making headlines. There are several new entrants into the Cloud Computing industry. The idea is simple, you have all these computers or servers directly connected to the cloud (The Internet) and you have massive computing power at your fingertips. Companies like Rackspace, GoGrid, Amazon, and AT&T are all offering one form of Cloud Computing or another.
The services available from these …