Cyber-Ark Software announced Inter-Business Vault as a Service which is cloud-based solution for rapidly exchanging sensitive files with external third parties. Cyber-Ark Software is the only vendor to provide secure cloud delivery model that protects sensitive file transfers in transit and at rest based on its patented Digital Vault Technology. Digital Vault Technology enables organizations to support files exchange quickly and cost-effectively to meet business needs while alleviating concerns over security and compliance requirements.
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Shortlist of The Cloud Computing World Series Awards for 2011 have been announced to celebrate the outstanding achievements of the IT market. The Cloud Computing World Series Award winners and shortlisted companies indicate mark of quality, innovation and leadership. The Cloud Computing World Series Awards will be announced on 21st June 2011 during the 3rd Annual Cloud Computing World Forum.
Amazon has officially announced launching of Amazon Cloud Drive, Amazon Cloud Player for Web and Amazon Cloud Player for Android. Amazon Cloud Drive system allows music, video, documents and photos to be uploaded to 5GB free Amazon’s storage(and 20GB if you buy an album from Amazon MP3); Amazon Cloud Player then streams MP3 and AAC (including DRM-free iTunes tracks) to PC/Mac, mobile devices and tablets.
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People who is looking for free online cloud-based backup and synchronization storage space can now get 5.5 GB from SugarSync, free of charge. SugarSync is competitor and alternative to other online storage space and sync service providers especially DropBox, Box.net, MobileMe, Carbonite and Mozy.
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Microsoft has introduced new features for Microsoft Office 2010 and Windows Live Services to woo the social networking crowd. Microsoft is taking to cloud computing in a big way. The software giant is serious about gaining the attention of consumers who are big on social networking, web-based e-mail, online photo services, video chatting and other free Web applications that live in the cloud.
The proof is in the new Microsoft Office 2010 and the latest iteration of Windows Live Services, Microsoft’s answer to Google Apps. Both will be launched later this month.
You can continue creating full-fledged Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint slides and OneNote journals on your desktop with Office 2010. However, added to that will be the ability to share those documents with friends and colleagues. You can do so by saving your files on your personal online storage space called Skydrive, which comes with 25GB of storage space. You can also upload your photos, videos or any file you fancy into Skydrive.
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News of misplaced laptop containing thousands credit card numbers shocked the public a few years ago, when the spectre of identity theft first emerged with the increased use of mobile devices. Today, the same loss will hardly make front page news unless it involves a bigger number of credit cards or if there was fraud.
After all, users themselves are used to losing their own cellphones that contain not just their SMSes but perhaps even their access to Facebook and other social networks that are pre-programmed into their phones. What troubles many IT managers is if cellphones and other mobile devices with pre-programmed passwords to corporate networks are lost – it could be devastating for their companies.
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The northern Chinese city of Dongying is building a public cloud computing platform that it hopes will aid its transformation from an oil-rich manufacturing hub into a high-tech service-based economy.
The Yellow River Delta Cloud Computing Center will be used as a common platform to promote e-government services. It will also be used to develop applications to boost the efficiency of the petroleum industry and the use of green technology.
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