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8x8 Milestone Demonstrates Cloud Opportunity

8x8, a cloud based provider of hosted IP voice services to businesses just passed a milestone of 25K business customers. It’s a milestone they’re quite proud of.
Written by Michael Standley at 00:00
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Apple's iCloud May Raise Visibility, Acceptance of Cloud Services

Apple introduced iCloud yesterday, a largely consumer focused, cloud based digital locker, which allows customers to access digital files from multiple synchronized Apple devices. There is some argument within the cloud industry as to whether iCloud is a true cloud service, but such arguments miss the point.
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 00:00
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Study: Small Businesses Look to Gateways for Efficiency

As small and medium businesses (SMBs) look for efficiency and costs savings, they are increasingly looking to service providers to offer hosted and managed multi-service business gateways (MSBGs). These MSBGs consolidate voice and data services into all IP networks, reducing the strain on SMB IT staff to manage multiple networks.
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 00:00

PAETEC Targets Mid-Market in Expansion of Cloud Services, Data Centers

Enteprise CLEC PAETEC Holdings is working up plans to build new data centers, as well as introduce an expanded range of services, the Fairport, NY-based company announced. Management foresees ongoing high demand for integrated telecoms/computing services among businesses, particularly among mid-market sized businesses.
Written by Michael Standley at 00:00
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Report: Mobile Workforce: The End of Downtime?

The latest quarterly “Mobile Workforce Report” from enterprise mobility services provider iPass indicates how the latest generation of mobile and cloud computing and telecommunications products and services can lead to greater worker productivity. Telling of an innate human need for something meaningful to do, it also indicates the impact ever more ubiquitous network connectivity is having on people's lives outside work.
Written by Michael Standley at 00:00
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