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New Wave of Microsoft Marketing to Promote Cloud Computing Worldwide

While the telecom and computing industries see tremendous business opportunity in the clouds, consumers and business audiences are, to varying degrees, still in the early stages of awareness and interest. But that is about to change. The promise of cloud computing is about to gather a lot of momentum around the world, as Microsoft has announced a new global advertising campaign for Microsoft Office 365.
Written by Michael Standley at 00:00
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Mobile Cloud Services' Revenues to Reach $6.5 Billion by 2016

The likes of Amazon, Apple and Google all announcing major cloud computing/telecoms investments will 'galvanize the growing market for consumer cloud mobility services' and result in revenues reaching $6.5 billion per year by 2016, according to a report from Juniper Research.
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Missouri Considers Data Center Incentives in Bid to Stimulate Job Growth

Searching for ways to stimulate the state economy, Missouri's legislature is considering offering incentives to attract data centers as part of its 'Made in Missouri' job stimulus bill.
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 00:00
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Demographic Insight into Tablets, eReaders, and other Cloud Devices

Older adults and females are increasingly buying and using tablets and e-readers, according to a research Nielsenwire update.
Written by Michael Standley at 00:00

IT Above Campus: Is Cloud Computing Making the Grade in Education?

From kindergarteners to college co-eds, today’s schools are filled with what author Marc Prensky called “Digital Natives” almost a decade ago. Now in class at all educational levels, these Digital Natives and their computers, video games, smartphones and social networks continue to inspire a lot of research on how best to use technology in the classroom to facilitate learning. It’s more than a generational change of fashion. Technology is literally creating new ways of thinking and learning. You might say the Web is the ultimate field trip. But forget off-campus.
Written by Michael Standley at 00:00
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