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VEXXHOST41024 MB40 GB100 GB$31.90Review

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SingleHop11024 MB25 GB3 TB$50.00Review

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NetDepot11 GB30 GB2 TB$43.00Review

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Atlantic.Net11024 MB80 GB30 Mbps$43.80Review

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NetHosting.com11024 MB40 GB250 GB$79.95Review

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Eleven2.com0.251024 MB60 GB500 GB$25.00Review

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VEXXHOST

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Price $31.90
CPU 4
Space 40 GB
RAM 1024 MB
Bandwidth 100 GB

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VEXXHOST cloud hosting company is very well known company in the field of cloud hosting services. This company was established in year 2006 and now it possesses a great experience of more than six years in this service. They are headquartered in St. Laurent, Quebec, Canada. They have also an office in United States, which is located at New York City. They have achieved the image of the most reliable and most economical service provider in very short span of time. The prices and services of this company are matchless, which is clearly depicted from customer reviews and awards from independent professional organizations. Continue reading “VEXXHOST” »

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SingleHop

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Price $50.00
CPU 1
RAM 1024 MB
Bandwidth 3 TB
Space 25 GB

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Singly hop cloud hosting company is one of the best companies in this domain of business. This company was established in year 2006 by two founding members Mr. Zak Boca and Dan Ushman. Its headquarters are situated in Chicago area. It has state of the art data centers in Chicago area; they are highly managed and well equipped in all respect. Single Hop Cloud hosting Company has achieved many milestones during last about six years of operation. It has achieved the recognition of being one of the reliable cloud partners of the all types of entrepreneurs. It is it number one fasted growing IT company and 25th in overall growing company in United States of America. Continue reading “SingleHop” »

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NetDepot

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Price $43.00
CPU 1
Space 30 GB
RAM 1 GB
Bandwidth 2 TB

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Net depot cloud hosting company is a leading small and large enterprises services provider company. It is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia in United States. This company was established about 17 years back in 1994, since then, it has gained a vast technical expertise and experience in the field of cloud hosting solutions. It has also one state of the art data center at Dallas, Texas. Continue reading “NetDepot” »

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Atlantic.Net

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Price $43.80
CPU 1
RAM 1024 MB
Bandwidth 30 Mbps
Space 80 GB

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Atlantic Cloud Hosting Company was established in year 1994 to provide the cloud hosting service to its customers. Since then, it has transformed itself into a market leading company in the field of cloud hosting. It provides not only the cloud hosting services but a complete solution to cloud hosting problems of a customer. It headquarters are located in Orland, Florida, United States of America. It has many other offices nationwide too. It is one of the best clouds hosting solution provider companies in USA. Continue reading “Atlantic.Net” »

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NetHosting.com

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Price $79.95
RAM 1024 MB
Space 40 GB
Bandwidth 250 GB
CPU 1

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Net Hosting is cloud hosting company, which is providing many services to its valuable customers. It is located in North America with headquarter in Orem, Utah, United States of America. This company was established in year 1998. Net Hosting Company was established by Lane Livingston. This company offers many other services other than cloud hosting services too. Continue reading “NetHosting.com” »

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Eleven2.com

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Price $25.00
RAM 1024 MB
Space 60 GB
Bandwidth 500 GB
CPU 0.25

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Eleven 2 is a very well known and fast growing cloud hosting company. It was founded by Rodney in year 2003. He is a technical expert entrepreneur who established this cloud hosting company, whose headquarter is located at Houston, Texas, United States of America. This company has multiple plans and business scenarios for its customers and cloud hosting plans are among such exciting business plans of this company. It provides some unmatched cloud hosting plans in the market place. Continue reading “Eleven2.com” »

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HPE Spins Off Services As Tech Giants Slim Down

Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s plan to spin off its IT Outsourcing and services group and merge that group with CSC will make the remaining HPE a leaner, more focused company. It’s a strategy other tech giants have pursued as well. But what about the downsides?
InformationWeek: Cloud

IDG Contributor Network: Get on the cloud bus or get in the clown car

Some innovations become part of a storyline that arcs from “visionary” to “comical.”

Take the cloud, for instance. Here’s what technology writer Nicholas G. Carr had to say about what we’ve come to call the “cloud” in his 2003 article “IT Doesn’t Matter”:

“More and more, companies will fulfill their IT requirements simply by purchasing fee-based ‘Web services’ from third parties—similar to the way they currently buy electric power or telecommunications services.”

This was three years before the launch of Amazon AWS and seven before Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer declared “This is the bet for the company… For the cloud, we’re all in.”

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Salesforce brings cross-channel service a step closer with new ‘Snap-ins’

You can’t always bring customers to your best customer-service tools, but now you can bring those tools to them thanks to a new addition announced Wednesday for Salesforce’s Service Cloud.

Dubbed Service Cloud Lightning Snap-ins, the new offering allows organizations of any size to take key support features from Salesforce’s Service Cloud and “drop” them into their websites or mobile apps. Case-management and live-chat capabilities can now be added to mobile and Web apps, for example, and a tap-to-call feature is available for Android and iOS.

A new module enabling two-way video chat, meanwhile, allows customers and agents to see each other. A customer could also use a smartphone’s front-facing camera to show the agent the problem at hand.

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This site aims to be the Yelp of the SaaS world

Online reviews have already transformed the way people choose everything from restaurants to respiratory therapists, and now SaasGenius wants to do the same for enterprise software in the cloud.

This week the company will launch a beta version of its service, and it invites participants to submit reviews of business software in 12 different categories.

In the past, businesses looking for software relied primarily on word-of-mouth reviews, but SaasGenius aims to tap the model that’s become so common on the consumer side.

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This site aims to be the Yelp of the SaaS world

Online reviews have already transformed the way people choose everything from restaurants to respiratory therapists, and now SaasGenius wants to do the same for enterprise software in the cloud.

This week the company will launch a beta version of its service, and it invites participants to submit reviews of business software in 12 different categories.

In the past, businesses looking for software relied primarily on word-of-mouth reviews, but SaasGenius aims to tap the model that’s become so common on the consumer side.

“We all now rely heavily on websites like Yelp and TripAdvisor in our personal lives — these sites feature trusted reviews to help us make quick, easy purchase decisions,” said Tom Gorski, cofounder and CEO at the firm. “Even employees in large companies now expect a more customer-like online research and buying experience.”

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Network World Cloud Computing

Open source tool manages AWS Lambda apps

A new open source project from Express and Node.js-canvas creator TJ Holowaychuk lets developers create, deploy, and manage AWS Lambda functions from a command-line tool.

Apex, written in Google’s Go language, also makes it possible to run applications in languages not directly supported by AWS Lambda, such as Golang itself.

Apex deploys AWS Lambda functions via projects, aka collections of function definitions described with JSON. It bundles all the needed dependencies and uploads them to AWS, and it automatically cleans up older or outdated versions of functions. In a nod to building versioned APIs, Apex allows users to manually specify which versions of a given function to retain.

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IDG Contributor Network: Preparing for a Salesforce implementation

Over the past decade, I have seen more than 1,000 Salesforce implementations deployed to a wide variety of organizations. I have learned that it does not matter if you are a small nonprofit or a Fortune 100 enterprise company — one of the best investments you can make in your Salesforce implementation process is to have a clear plan.

Do Your Homework

You may never be able to debate the merits of Apex code (the programming language that executes on the Salesforce platform), for example, and that’s OK. However, before you start your migration to the cloud, figure out what you want and what is possible. Reach out to other organizations in your sector, consult with volunteers and board members, and read related publications.

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Computerworld Cloud Computing

Kubernetes – the platform for running containers – is getting more enterprisey

Application containers are all the buzz nowadays. They’re an easy way to package applications and their dependencies into Linux container boxes and run them anywhere – public cloud, a private data center or a developer’s laptop.

The problem comes when managing a whole lot of containers together.

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There are a handful of platforms emerging for managing containers at scale. Docker – the company that is credited with generating much of the market buzz about containers – has its own tool called Swarm. Google – which has said that most of its internal apps run in containers – has open sourced its own container management platform named Kubernetes.

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IDG Contributor Network: Cue the guerrilla marketing — FinancialForce rolls out PSA Communities

One interesting aspect of commentating about a number of vendors in a particular space is that I get to sit in the middle of some competitive mud-slinging. Of course, no one really gets offended by vendor A trying to rain on vendor B’s parade — it’s all part and parcel of the thrust and parry of the industry.

I remember a year ago when ERP vendor NetSuite was holding its annual SuiteWorld event. FinancialForce, a competing ERP vendor, made a big show of choosing just that week to release a new marketing campaign — the “FrankenCloud” campaign was all designed to cast aspersions at the alleged complex and badly integrated solution set of its competitor.

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Computerworld Cloud Computing

IDG Contributor Network: An intelligent cloud?

For the most part, many of the current cloud offerings have previous frameworks that could run in a local infrastructure as well. New cloud offerings are what I would call “cloud only” — a series of tools that only exist in the cloud.

Here is a sample of Microsoft Azure’s new offerings. Notice, unlike previous announcement concerning virtualization, databases and operating systems, these all have a different ring to them.

  • Emotion API — Personalize experiences with emotion recognition
  • Language understanding Intelligent Service API — Teach your applications to understand commands
  • Text Analytics API — Perform text to sentiment analysis, extract key phrases and detect topic and languages
  • Face API –detect, identify organize and tag faces in photos
  • Speech API — convert speech to text and back again and understand its intent
  • Recommendations API –Predict which products your customers are most interested in based on their previous transactions

What makes this all possible is that large cloud providers of non-hosting services, such as Search, are opening their internal engines, which have done billions of queries and millions of hours of analysis, to the public. Google and Microsoft have invested billions of dollars into understanding their data in meaningful ways. More importantly, they have existing revenue-generating business based on these abilities so they continue to invest heavily. Mix that with a hefty dose of competition and fear and you can see how we got to where we are today: the intelligent cloud.

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InfoWorld Cloud Computing

Google’s new chip makes machine learning way faster

Google has taken a big leap forward with the speed of its machine learning systems by creating its own custom chip that it’s been using for over a year.

The company was rumored to have been designing its own chip, based partly on job ads it posted in recent years. But until today it had kept the effort largely under wraps.

It calls the chip a Tensor Processing Unit, or TPU, named after the TensorFlow software it uses for its machine learning programs. In a blog post, Google engineer Norm Jouppi refers to it as an accelerator chip, which means it speeds up a specific task.

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Computerworld Cloud Computing

The 3 paths to managing identities in Office 365

Managing Active Directory identities from the Office 365 cloud is not that complicated, but it’s a difficult leap for some admins used to handling their own identity management on-premises through Active Directory for the past 15 years or so. They find it difficult to imagine having that management occur elsewhere, fearing a loss of control.

But moving to Office 365 for Active Directory administration is not an all-or-nothing proposition. There are three paths you can take.

1. Go all-cloud via Azure Active Directory

Let’s say you have a new company looking to use Office 365 for all its communication and collaboration needs. You’ve never set up Active Directory or on-premises servers — and you’d like to keep it that way. In that case, put your users in Office 365 only, using Azure Active Directory to manage them.

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Microsoft SQL Server 2016 Update Embraces Hybrid Cloud, Big Data

Microsoft’s forthcoming SQL Server 2016 adds better encryption, support for unstructured data queries including those on Apache Hadoop, and new features to enable the hybrid cloud. The updates are part of an overhaul that updates Microsoft’s flagship database management platform for a new age.
InformationWeek: Cloud

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