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Posts tagged with Cloud

Can Google stop Office 2010 upgrades?

Google's desire to put a dent in one of Microsoft's biggest cash cows, Microsoft Office, is no secret. Since introducing a paid version of Google Apps designed for enterprise consumption in 2007, Google has aggressively promoted its cloud-based solution as an alternative to Microsoft Office.

Last year, it even did something that wasn't very Google-like: it purchased billboard space in New York, San Francisco, Chicago and Boston urging businesses to "Go Google".

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12 reasons Chrome OS will fail

Yesterday, Google held a press conference at its Mountain View headquarters to provide the world with an update on its new operating system, Chrome OS.

A lot of new details were forthcoming, which have have been well-covered by others. The questions on everyone's mind: is Chrome OS the real deal? Where does it fit in? How will it impact the OS market. My answers: it isn't, nowhere, it won't. Here are 12 reasons why Chrome OS is going to fail.

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Salesforce.com tries to bring social networking to the workplace

Salesforce.com built a billion-dollar company by allowing companies to ditch their CRM software and bringing CRM to the cloud. Now it has its sights set on perhaps an even bigger feat: bringing social media to the enterprise.

Yesterday, the company announced that it will be launching a new service called Salesforce Chatter in 2010. Think of it as Facebook for the enterprise: a social networking service for companies with an application platform to boot.

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Cloud #fail: Sidekick data loss sideswipes T-Mobile customers

The past week hasn't been good for T-Mobile and Microsoft subsidiary, Danger. An apparent hardware failure has left hundreds of thousands of T-Mobile's customers using Sidekick phones without access to the data services that are relied upon to deliver almost all of their mobile services, including address books and calendars.

The news doesn't get any better for those customers who don't have the data stored on their devices: it may all be gone. While reports are coming in indicating that data has been restored for some users, rumors have also circulated which claim no working backups are available.

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