Cloud computing

Cisco Seen Reporting Solid Second Quarter

A year after network equipment maker Cisco Systems Inc unnerved investors with yet another weak quarterly outlook the company looks set to report a stable quarter buoyed in part by improving enterprise demand in the United States.

AMD's CEO Prepares Chipmaker for a Fight

Advanced Micro Devices' new chief executive delivered an enthusiastic pitch in his debut before Wall Street analysts, telling them he was getting the struggling PC chipmaker fit to fight in a quick-changing computer industry.

Amazon Shares Fall as Outlook Disappoints

Amazon.com Inc's shares slid 12 percent in early trade on fears that heavy spending would hurt the retailer's profits even as revenue growth falls short of Wall Street expectations.

Amazon Keeps Spending to Grow, Slashing Profits

Amazon.com warned of a possible operating loss in the first quarter following a sharp drop in fourth-quarter profits, a sign that the online retailer is continuing to spend heavily on expansion and new ventures at the expense of shorter-term profits.

SAP Bullish on 2012 after Record Results

SAP, the world's biggest maker of business software, was upbeat on its topline growth this year citing its investment in new technologies and robust corporate spending.

SAP Bullish on 2012 after Record Results

SAP, the world's biggest maker of business software, was upbeat on its topline growth this year citing its investment in new technologies and robust corporate spending.

Top 10 Cloud Computing Predictions and Implications

The cloud computing is going to be the next big buzzword in 2012 as it would spread to mobile devices, mobile advertising, and wireless equipment. In other words, the Cloud could be the new operating system.

ABB to Power Facebook Data Center in Arctic Circle

Swiss engineer ABB has won an $11 million contract to power Facebook's first data centre outside the United States, covering an area in the Arctic Circle equivalent to 11 soccer pitches, it said on Thursday.

Cloud Tech Firm CloudShare Sees 2012 Sales Surge

U.S.-Israeli start-up CloudShare, whose technology enables Web-based development and testing of software applications, expects to as much as triple sales in 2012 as its benefits from the rapidly growing cloud computing market.

OnLive Brings Hottest Gaming Revolution on Smartphones and Tablets via Cloud

Good news to smartphones and tablet users who crave for gaming without compromising on splendid graphics - OnLive, a Silicon Valley-based gaming service, has announced the launch of an application (app) which enables users of mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad and Android-based smartphones and tablets, including Amazon's Kindle Fire, to enjoy console-class gaming.

Still Want to Bet Against Groupon? UBS Has a Gift for You

UBS announced Tuesday it will be adding five recently-public Web 3.0 companies, including Groupon Inc. (NASDAQ:GRPN) to its benchmark index of young public Internet companies, officially called the UBS Next Generation Internet Index.

SAP Splashes out in Cloud-Computing Frenzy

SAP's $3.4 billion takeover of SuccessFactors will help it keep up with peers in the frenzied race for cloud-computing business, even if the price it paid is very high at first glance, analysts said on Monday.

SAP Splashes Out in Cloud-Computing Frenzy

SAP's $3.4 billion takeover of SuccessFactors will help it keep up with peers in the frenzied race for cloud-computing business, even if the price it paid is very high at first glance, analysts said on Monday.

SAP to buy SuccessFactors for $3.4 Billion

Germany's SAP announced a $3.4 billion cash deal to buy U.S. Web-based software company SuccessFactors, joining the scramble among technology firms to offer cloud-computing services to businesses.

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