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Cloud storage wars are about to heat up all over again. Microsoft has removed data caps on its OneDrive storage plans for Office 365 customers. The changes will be rolled out in the coming months for Office 365 Home, Personal, or University customers. Even OneDrive for Business customers will be able to get unlimited storage as a part of the company’s future plans.

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awsAmazon has finally launched its second region in Europe in Germany. The first one is based in Ireland, and its latest region is the company’s eleventh region overall. Amazon has also announced that its the third AWS region to become carbon-neutral after its US West and GovCloud regions.

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azureMicrosoft has launched a cloud in the box offering in partnership with PC giant Dell. The Azure in a box solution will allow customers to run their own on-premises datacenters efficiently. Officially labeled as the “Microsoft Cloud Platform System”, the latest offering was announced at an even in San Francisco where the company shared its vision for its cloud business.

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SAP and IBMSAP, the popular German business software giant, is teaming up with IBM to join forces for the cloud. SAP is going to tap into IBM’s SoftLayer service to run the cloud-ready business applications. SAP will allow its customers to run the HANA Enterprise cloud on IBM’s SoftLayer service.

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One of the powerful Hadoop distributor MapR has announced today that its flagship in Hadoop NoSQL database MapR-DB typically offered in its enterprise addition is now free to download as part of its community edition.

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windows azureMicrosoft will host an event on October 20 where the company will reveal its plans for the cloud. Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella and Azure’s top boss Scott Gutherie will deliver a keynote on Azure, and the company’s forthcoming enhancements in its cloud services.

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cloudera enterpriseCloudera, provider of enterprise analytic data management powered by Apache Hadoop, today announced that it has acquired the technology assets of DataPad, an innovator in the exploration and analysis of big data sets. The acquisition will further strengthen Cloudera’s enterprise data hub offering by simplifying data processing and analysis on Big Data.

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cloudifileCloud Labs announces the long-expected public beta of its powerful cloud encryption tool that adds a proven security level to Dropbox without affecting its simplicity and efficiency. Cloudifile is a free, smart system that combines extra proven security layer and transparent cloud synchronization solution.

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google drive for educationGoogle announced Drive for Education, its cloud based storage offering, with free and unlimited storage. The new product will be out in the next few weeks. Drive for Education is a specialized variant of its existing Drive offering, aimed at educational usage.

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rackspaceRackspace, a managed cloud company, announced the next global release of its Rackspace Private Cloud offering powered by OpenStack designed to run enterprise production workloads. The offering now includes an industry leading 99.99 percent OpenStack API uptime guarantee, increased scalability to hundreds of nodes and DevOps automation services for application lifecycle management.

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