• More Microsoft News From TechEd Europe–Azure, Mobile And Ecosystem

     

    This week sees Microsoft head to Europe for its annual TechEd conference and, in keeping with the need for news announcements at the event, Redmond is today unwrapping a plethora of different product developments. The news falls into a few camps, most notable Azure and Mobile related. This edition of TechEd is an [...]

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  • On Investment Portfolio Transparency – My Track Record

     

    Rowan Simpson wrote a post detailing the track record he’s seen over the seven or so years he’s been an active investor. For those who don’t know Rowan, he’s a TradeMe alumni and, because of the sheer size TradeMe…

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  • Microsoft Removes The Limits On Cloud Storage

     

    Witness the commoditization of cloud storage – Microsoft today announced that all customers of its Office 365 product will get unlimited storage within their OneDrive cloud synchronization and storage product. Today Home, Personal and University customers get the deal, over the next few months everyone will be included. To put that into [...]

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  • SwiftStack Raises $16M Series B To Advance Software Defined Storage

     

    It’s always handy in the technology industry to look at previous major industry shifts and apply those to adjacent areas. It is useful because it helps commentators to make predictions about how changes will impact on broader technology areas. One example of this in action is an observation of how [...]

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  • SNAPCARD Aims To Move The Needle On Crypto Currency Uptake

     

    Crypto Currency – perhaps the payment method that gets technologists the most excited. San Francisco – the city that is synonymous with the technology industry. Put these two together and you have a logical partnership. And so it is with SNAPCARD’s month-long campaign to turn San Francisco into “the world’s first Bitcoin [...]

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  • Amazon Web Services Bucks The General Amazon Trend–Revenue On The Up, Even If Growth Slows

     

    Amazon is being crucified after a poor quarter performance it announced today. For those among us who spend our time looking at one particular pat of Amazon’s business – Amazon Web Services – the fact that the company doesn’t break out cloud financials…

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  • Microsoft’s Cloud Contributes To A Great Quarter

     

    Hidden within the details of Microsoft’s September quarter were some tidbits of interest to the cloud community. The headline numbers were great, despite some unusual costs relating to integration of its Nokia acquisition, the company increased revenue…

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  • On Salesforce’s Wave Platform And Why Semantic Debates About Analytics Are Irrelevant

     

    During the Salesforce.com DreamForce conference this year (disclosure, Salesforce covered my travel and expenses to attend), the company announced Wave, it’s so-called “analytics cloud” product. Wave fills a significant gap in Salesforce’s arsenal, indeed at last year’s event I asked CEO Marc Benioff directly about the obvious failings in the [...]

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  • As Mobile Software Starts Gaining Enterprise Traction, Progress Software Acquires Telerik

     

    Enterprises are increasingly realizing that mobilizing their workforce isn’t just about giving everyone a smartphone with email access, rather it’s about building a plethora of both internally and externally facing applications – for marketing, operations, collaboration etc. As the realization about the need for enterprise mobile development tools becomes broader, vendors are [...]

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  • LiquidPlanner Introduces Tags–A Nod To The Way Metadata Shouldn’t Be Done

     

    LiquidPlanner is one of a growing number of cloud based project management tools – like the other competitors, LiquidPlanner is trying to help project teams get a handle on all of the increasingly complex projects they work on. Today they’ve decided to introduce something new and are rolling out Tags, something that [...]

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