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microsoft azureMicrosoft today released Mohoro; it’s codename for a desktop as a service product, in public preview mode. The service will be officially titled Azure RemoteApp, and will allow users to access and deliver Windows Server based apps on a number of devices.

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box ge dealCloud storage services provider Box announced that the company will be offering its cloud based services to General Electric. The two companies have inked a deal which will allow Box to offer GE employees with its cloud based storage services so they can share files from any computer, phone or a tablet.

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equinix cloud exchangeEquinix, a global data center and interconnection provider, has launched its Cloud Exchange to make it easier for enterprises to use cloud computing. The Cloud Exchange is a next generation interconnection solution that will improve connectivity by making multi cloud, multi network connections easier for cloud service providers and buyers.

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jumpcloud orchestrationSo far DevOps and IT pros have had to manually execute tasks or write scripts to ensure that the tasks would be executed across their server infrastructure. Now JumpCloud a leading producer of automated server management tools has announced the launch of a SaaS platform that enables cloud-based orchestration.

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cloudvolumesCloudVolumes 2.0 enhances the deployment and management of workloads and applications. It also has enhanced support for Citrix XenApp. The company also announced an upcoming feature called AppCloaking which we will look into in a bit.

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5 cloud mythsThe existence of the cloud and its potential importance in the future is beginning to seep into the public consciousness. The cloud is now becoming an important part of people’s lives and everyday business. Yet many people are still not au fait with this technology, and many baseless myths continue to circulate regarding a technology transformative potential. Here are five of the most significant.

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john armstrongZettaset, Big Data security provider, automates, accelerates, and simplifies Hadoop cluster deployment for the enterprise. The company’s enterprise software is transparent and compatible with open source Hadoop distributions, and augments them by providing the capabilities that enterprises expect and need for their critical data center deployments.

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onedriveMicrosoft is bumping storage capacity on its cloud based storage service OneDrive for Business. The new limit is 1TB per user, up from 25GB. The new data storage limits are also applicable to existing and new Office 365 ProPlus customers, who will now be able to get 1TB of storage on OneDrive (for Business) for $15.20 per month.

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amazon cloudThe retail firm, Amazon, have already established themselves as the world’s biggest player in the cloud market. Already the world’s biggest retailer, the company has significantly diversified from its humble beginnings as a bookseller. Initially its Kindle reader and tablet computer reached a large market, and now the company has become the dominant player in the embryonic cloud space. But how have the managed this?

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google amazon cloudsIt is pretty common knowledge now, certainly to people interested in the cloud, that Amazon has been the early pacesetter in this emerging technology. But given that the cloud will be, and indeed already is, a hugely significant platform in the future, many other big players are already trying to play catch-up. And they don’t get much bigger than Google, who are already exhibiting the signs of an aggressive strategy towards the cloud. So who will come out on top in the cloud storage war – Amazon or Google?

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