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Accept the challenge of the cloud by fully implementing it into business  [11/30/2011]
Companies that want to fully transition to a cloud-based system need to take a proactive role in educating employees on how to use the technology most effectively, reported Australian website Dynamic Business.
Cloud will change the ways CIOs work  [11/30/2011]
Chinese companies' adoption of cloud computing technology may be poised to grow during the next few years, and if it does, the role of the CIO will change, according to ZDNet's View from China blog.
Cloud computing may move more into the background in 2012  [11/30/2011]
When Joe McKendrick of Forbes said cloud computing may lose a lot of luster with enterprises in 2012, he doesn't mean that it will fall out of favor. Instead, McKendrick believes the new shine of the cloud will fade and it will become more commonplace among end users and businesses alike.
Push to cloud computing gaining steam among executives  [11/30/2011]
Moving to cloud computing has been a popular trend, but many have wondered how big it will grow. VentureBeat wanted to see the current state of the, so it asked technology executives at companies with at least 250 employees questions on the cloud and found that they are currently making a push toward cloud functionality, with the main reasons being cost control and reduction, along with agility in deployment.
People want better standardization in cloud computing  [11/30/2011]
While there have been attempts to make rules and standardize cloud computing, it's still very much up to each individual company and user how it is used. But, a recent report from Horses for Sources shows that 80 percent of buyers of the cloud said they wanted better standardized business processes. Ann All on IT Business Edge said that is "good to hear" for everyone.
Cloud will change the ways CIOs work  [11/30/2011]
Chinese companies' adoption of cloud computing technology may be poised to grow during the next few years, and if it does, the role of the CIO will change, according to ZDNet's View from China blog.
Companies looking to cloud computing to help with recovery  [11/29/2011]
With companies finding success in backing up data and documents, many are now moving to cloud computing for Recovery-as-a-Service to meet new business challenges
BBC host said cloud isn't a 'passing fancy'  [11/29/2011]
The cloud computing market has been growing over the past few years, and one popular BBC host believes that it will play a big part in the U.K.'s economic recovery, according to Channel Web.
Company looks to help coordinate the fight against cloud-crime  [11/29/2011]
In an effort to help fight cybercrime in the cloud, Trend Micro, a computer security company, is looking to link up with the International Cybersecurity Protection Alliance to establish the "Global Cyber Nation" in Washington, D.C. The company said this coalition will help to fight against cybercrime.
Cloud computing may have use as a heater  [11/29/2011]
There are positives in everything, and evidence of that is the University of Virginia's paper, The Data Furnace: Heating Up With Cloud Computing, which argues that data servers in homes or offices could offer lower emissions by working as a heater as well as a server
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