The Brute Force Computing Revolution

The Brute Force Computing Revolution
Autodesk has announced that it is selling design simulation software that works online, via Amazon's AWS cloud service. This continues the company's move into a lower-paying, hopefully higher-volume, world of mobile devices and cloud computing.
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Cloud Computing: A Threat to Your Finances?
Does every cloud have a scammy lining? Even if you don't know what cloud computing is, it's likely that "the cloud" is playing an ever-increasing role in your financial life. Whether it's a company storing your sensitive financial information on remote …
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Concur Announces T&E Cloud Integration with NetSuite's SuiteCloud
NetSuite's SuiteCloud is a comprehensive offering of cloud-based products, development tools, and services designed to help customers and commercial software developers take advantage of the significant economic benefits of cloud computing. SuiteCloud …
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Public, Private Cloud Markets Set to Soar as Enterprise Adoption Grows
With enterprises continuing to adopt cloud computing, analysts see continued growth in both public and private cloud investment—with worldwide spending on public IT cloud services set to exceed $ 40 billion in 2012 and reach nearly $ 100 billion by 2016 …
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Intel Updates Data Center Strategy: More Devices Forces More Innovation
NEWS ANALYSIS: At its annual developers' conference, Intel unveils new initiatives involving big data analytics, high-performance computing and fabrics, security, cloud computing standards, and the increasing pace of cloud system adoption.
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