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RSAWEB Selects SolidFire to Provide First and Only Cloud Hosting and
Leveraging SolidFire storage infrastructure, RSAWEB can now provide its customers with flexible, infinitely scalable cloud server and virtual private data centre infrastructure at an affordable price. Unlike any other vendor, SolidFire enables RSAWEB …
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Cloud analytics: Six tips for success
Think cloud. Want to take an iterative approach? Spin up sandboxes and pilots in the cloud. Ready for production? Add compute and storage capacity at the push of a button. Worried about building the right team? Don't add server and storage babysitters …
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Daily Reaction: Cracking Down on Xbox One Cloud Computing
In simple terms, the cloud is something that is not on your local machine. In fact, more or less, “the cloud” is a fancy term for the internet. No, data is not stored in the air like a physical cloud. There are physical networks of servers housing the …
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Survive the server orchestration takeover

Survive the server orchestration takeover
With a focus on standardization, the cloud hardware department is a much simpler place to manage compared with IT shops full of mainframe, mini and even traditional commercial off the shelf (COTS) servers. Hardware and infrastructure admins have …
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Protect your cloud and on-premise data with CoreBDR
Routhier explained, “CoreBDR is a state of the art data protection solution that quickly recovers data and restores server infrastructure integrity in minutes, instead of hours required by other solutions. In many cases, employees aren't even aware …
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Weekend tech reading: Xeon & unlocked Skylake CPUs planned for laptops, beware

Weekend tech reading: Xeon & unlocked Skylake CPUs planned for laptops, beware
… game performance or create special effects that a single Xbox One couldn't possibly handle. The company never said much about the feature after that, though we saw a glimmer of it last year, when Titanfall ran the game's AI on Microsoft's cloud …
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7 Biting Questions to Ask Before Migrating to the Public Cloud
All public Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) employ the Shared Responsibility Model, with the provider generally responsible for securing access to the physical servers and the virtualization layer, while your organization is left in charge of security …
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Nerdalize wants to heat homes for free with cloud servers
A Dutch startup offers a high-performance server that doubles as a radiator, using the excess heat generated from computing to heat homes. We rely on data centers for just about everything we do online, even if we have no idea what they are. These …
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Cloud Computing – Gaining the Benefits, Avoiding the Risks

Cloud Computing – Gaining the Benefits, Avoiding the Risks
Through server virtualization and cloud management software like OpenStack, cloud computing lets you instantly, even automatically, spin up virtual machines and application instances as needed. In hybrid clouds, you can supplement capacity in your own …
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Man in the Cloud Attack Leverages SaaS Vulnerability
The man in the cloud term is a play on the classic man in the middle Web attack, in which a hacker places him/herself in between the victim and a server. The man in the middle then intercepts the traffic and does whatever he/she wants with it.
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Microsoft Q4 Earnings Preview: Cloud Revenues To Grow, OS Revenues To Remain
Microsoft's Windows Server division is the second largest business unit, making up over 24% of its total value. The strong adoption of cloud-based Azure platform continues to drive growth at the server division, as the company continues to form …
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Air Force, DLA move to cloud with Dell/Microsoft agreement
The Microsoft Office 365 cloud platform is providing the agencies with "significantly improved email, instant messaging, desktop voice/video communications, productivity and user storage capabilities," according to the Air Force. "These eServices will …
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Brightcove powers online video with new cloud platform
Brightcove, a provider of cloud services for video, announced the general availability of the new Brightcove Video Cloud, the company's flagship platform re-architected to simplify the complexity of online video distribution and publishing. The new …
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Arcserve Expands Unified Data Protection Platform With Cloud
Integrated with the company's unified data protection (UDP) appliance, its Cloud could help businesses complete their data-protection goals, and adds an option for Arcserve managed service providers (MSPs) to extend their data-protection solution …
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Medidata and Validic Integrate Cloud Technology Platforms, Expanding Mobile
By integrating Validic's digital health platform with the Medidata Clinical Cloud®, Medidata and Validic are providing the technology infrastructure needed to transform clinical trials through the use of patient-generated data that is secure …
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IT Cloud Spending Drives Infrastructure Investments: IDC

IT Cloud Spending Drives Infrastructure Investments: IDC
In comparison, spending in the non-cloud IT infrastructure segment increased by only 6.1% in the first quarter over the same period in 2014, largely driven by increased sales of servers. Storage sales declined, and sales of Ethernet switches were …
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MIT proves flash is as fast as RAM, and cheaper, for big data
When it comes to high-speed data processing, RAM has always been the go-to memory for computers because it's tens of thousands of times faster than disk drives and many times faster than NAND flash. Researchers at MIT, however, have built a server …
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Latest Cloud Platform News adds new security services to its cloud-based application platform
Now that most of the cultural barriers to adopting cloud services are gone, organizations find themselves contending with the privacy and compliance ramifications of running workloads outside the safety of the firewall. That often involves spending …
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ANS to upgrade GSTT cloud platform for paperless environment
Managed services provider ANS Group has signed a deal to transform the data centre programme of Essentia, the non-clinical services arm of Guy's & St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust. The contract is part of a GBP 10 million investment that will see the …
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Google Releases Cloud Console App for iOS And Android To Help Admins Manage

Google Releases Cloud Console App for iOS And Android To Help Admins Manage
Much to the delight of every server admin on Google Cloud, Google has today announced the availability of Google Cloud Console, a mobile app for monitoring and managing infrastructure running on the Google Cloud Platform on both iOS and Android.
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Best tools for email encryption | Network World
The technology is an email gateway, software that sits on either a Linux or Windows server or in the cloud and inserts the encryption process between mail client and server. There are numerous add-on modules that come as part of this ecosystem.
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India's Outsourcing Firms Change Direction as 'Cloud' Moves In – WSJ
The impact of the move to cloud computing—where servers and software are accessed via the Internet rather than on local networks or personal computers—is being amplified by other trends, from automated code-writing to increased competition and …
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Exabytes Acquires Singapore Hosting Company Signetique

Exabytes Acquires Singapore Hosting Company Signetique
Signetique is one of the largest Singapore-based cloud hosting providers offering virtual private servers, dedicated server, cloud hosting and managed services. Establish for more than 15 years, their wide customer-base consists of small-medium size …
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HP, CenturyLink buddy-up on hybrid cloud | Business Cloud News
As part of the deal HP customers will have access to the full range of CenturyLink services, which are built using HP technology, including managed hosting, colocation, storage, big data and cloud. “CenturyLink solutions, powered by HP, provide …
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Google Cloud Platform Gains Logentries Integration

Google Cloud Platform Gains Logentries Integration
Google announced the real-time integration of third party log analytics service Logentries with Google Cloud Platform for “near real-time” log streaming and analysis. Cloud Platform customers, as a result, gain a new choice for log management and …
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Tableau Software Announces Google Cloud SQL Connector at Next San
SAN FRANCISCO, June 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Today, at Google Cloud Platform's event Next San Francisco, Tableau Software (NYSE: DATA), a global leader in rapid-fire, easy-to-use business analytics software, will demonstrate how people can gain …
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Asahi Net Leverages PROMISE Technology's Solution Platform to Offer New
HSINCHU, TAIWAN and TOKYO, JAPAN — (Marketwired) — 07/02/15 — PROMISE Technology today announced the company will provide its surveillance cloud platform to Asahi Net who will launch a video surveillance cloud service in Japan later this year.
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Microsoft Corporation Updates Office365 And Bing Pulse To Boost Education
All relevant classroom work is stored online on the cloud platform OneNote. School Information Sync provides a secure way to allow schools to maintain encrypted, up-to-date student databases. Global education network Edmodo said that it will include …
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Oracle Unveils a Range of Cloud Offerings
Oracle Cloud Platform allows Oracle's partners and customers to extend SaaS (software-as-service) applications and migration of existing on-premise applications to the cloud. It provides a broad portfolio of public cloud services across SaaS, PaaS …
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451 Research: Palo Alto Networks, Cisco and Dell are Top Vendors for Intrusion Detection and Prevention

According to 451 Research’s new Voice of the Enterprise: Information Security quarterly study, more than a quarter of the enterprises surveyed name Cisco as their primary Intrusion Detection and Prevention (IDS/IPS) platform provider. In the 451 Research Vendor Window™, enterprises rated Palo Alto Networks highest especially for technical innovation, brand/reputation, and intrusion detection capabilities. Cisco FirePower/SourcePower and Dell Secure Works tied for the second highest rated vendors based on evaluations from 353 existing customers. Based on evaluation of 16 different vendor attributes, the Vendor Window plots enterprise adoption as well as indices that compare vendors’ promise prior to deployment as well as fulfillment after deployment. These latest findings – including a Vendor Window for Security in Enterprise Mobility Management – are based on responses from over 1,000 IT professionals, primarily in North America and EMEA, including 580 unique vendor evaluations in May and June 2015.

As expected, spending on security remains strong with 37% of enterprise security managers expecting to increase their budget in the next 90 days. Only 4% of enterprises are decreasing security spending. Although security budgets are stable or increasing for almost all organizations, security managers reported significant obstacles in implementing desired security projects due to lack of staff expertise (34.5%) and inadequate staffing (26.4%). As one security manager in the retail industry noted, “We continue to struggle with staffing . . . We have been given the open requisitions to hire people, but now we’re trying to find the people.” Given this challenge, only 24% of enterprises have 24×7 monitoring in place using internal resources.

More than half of respondents (52%) noted ‘hackers with malicious intent’ as their top security concern over the past 90 days, followed by navigating compliance requirements (38%). As a consequence, 26% of security managers noted that compliance requirements were a key driver in getting projects approved, second only to risk assessment cited by 26.5% of respondents.

“As the understanding of the prevalence of advanced attackers increases, security managers have continued a move from reliance on preventative controls to an increased focus on security monitoring and incident response,” said Daniel Kennedy, Research Director for Information Security. “Intrusion detection and/or prevention systems are one of the most established and ubiquitous security monitoring tools in place at large enterprises, and perhaps one of the most underutilized. Only 44.4% of enterprises have around-the-clock active monitoring in place.”

Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) Security

A Vendor Window on the security aspects of Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) indicates AirWatch by VMware and MobileIron led adoption, with AirWatch being cited as the most important EMM vendor by 28% of surveyed enterprises. AirWatch garnered high scores in brand/reputation and product usability amongst their current customers.


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Voice of the Enterprise: Information Security

Published quarterly, 451 Research’s Voice of the Enterprise: Information Security provides a demand-side view of security technology adoption. These survey-driven reports are derived from 800-1,500 customer surveys and 25 in-depth interviews with senior security professionals each quarter. Learn more about Voice of the Enterprise: Information Security, as well as other Voice of the Enterprise products that cover Cloud Computing, Software-Defined Datacenters, Storage, Datacenter Facilities, and Integrated & Converged Platforms. Learn More.

About 451 Research’s Vendor Window Methodology

The Vendor Window plots enterprise adoption and Promise and Fulfillment Indices, and is typically based on 300+ unique vendor ratings per market. Only existing customers of each vendor complete the vendor evaluations. Vendors with larger circles have greater adoption in the marketplace. The Promise and Fulfillment Indices compare vendors’ effectiveness at marketing and execution. A vendor located in the upper right quadrant – under-promising and over-delivering – is rated highly for both its promise and the ability to fulfill its promise relative to its peers. Conversely, a vendor in the lower left quadrant rates lower than its peers on the same criteria.

Hitachi Consulting Launches Cloud Platform

Hitachi Consulting Launches Cloud Platform
We help companies extend private cloud environments to include a public, hosted platform for non-mission-critical workloads," said Jim Cole, Senior Vice President of Outsourcing Services, Hitachi Consulting. "Our new cloud service offers customers our …
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Construction firms like look of cloud platform
Aconex provides a cloud platform for these participants to share materials such as spreadsheets and diagrams, rather than chase up the bloke who last saw the specs in the crib room. Fresh from signing up global giant Bechtel last week, Aconex yesterday …
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GPU Computing Still Nascent On Public Clouds
This is why parallel processing and data analytics is a growing workload on generic CPUs on public clouds for certain classes of work. We think customers will look to the public cloud as a platform to run intermittent scale-out work that is goosed by …
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Conference Concepts Announces Record Registration for Tenth Consecutive

Conference Concepts Announces Record Registration for Tenth Consecutive
SANTA CLARA, Calif., July 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Conference Concepts today announced registration is record for the Flash Memory Summit, the world's largest conference dedicated to Flash Memory technology. For ten years in a row, Flash Memory …
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What does disaster recovery have in common with the Tour de France?
A hybrid cloud-based solution combines on-premises hardware, public cloud and SaaS automation software to make continuity planning easier than ever. The DR cloud provides data backup, fail-over of servers and the ability to have a secondary data center …
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Review: Western Digital My Cloud EX2100 NAS
The My Cloud is a capable, basic NAS and has excellent remote capabilities. With NAS units predominately acting as home servers, not just simple storage, the My Cloud leaves a lot to be desired, particularly when compared to cheaper, more featured …
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On-Prem Data Center, Colo, or Cloud? Demystifying the Dilemma
When it comes to deploying application workloads these days there is certainly no shortage of locations to chose from. IT organizations can build their own data center facilities, take advantage of colocation or hosting services, or opt to deploy …
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Infinitely Virtual Introduces Hosting Plan Pricing for Thomson Reuters CS Suite
Extending its momentum in the cloud-hosted accounting market, Infinitely Virtual has introduced new hosting plans around Thomson-Reuters' popular CS Professional Suite (, an industrial strength, fully integrated family of …

Amazon Web Services to set up data centres in India
AWS customers in India such as Hike, PayTM, Inmobi, Hungama, Tata Motors Ltd, Jubilant Food Works Pvt Ltd, Star India, Future Group, NDTV Ltd among others are already using its cloud computing platform to drive cost savings, accelerate innovation and …
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Interlink Cloud Advisors Named 2015 Fast 55 Winner by Cincinnati Business Courier

The Cincinnati Business Courier recently announced the 2015 Fast 55 award winners at their annual Fast 55 awards luncheon. Interlink Cloud Advisors, a systems integrator focusing on Microsoft cloud-based solutions, was recognized as the 5th fastest growing firm in Cincinnati overall. They were also the fastest growing firm in the ‘$ 1 million to $ 5 million’ revenue category.

For the past 11 years, The Business Courier has been ranking Greater Cincinnati’s fastest-growing private, for-profit companies through its Fast 55 program. To be considered, companies must be headquartered in the Greater Cincinnati region and have an average of at least $ 1 million in sales for the three most recent years. Each year, awards are presented to the top 5 companies that have demonstrated the most outstanding revenue growth over a three-year period. Winners are selected out of the 55 previously named finalists, in five revenue categories ? ranging from $ 1 million to $ 100+ million. The award represents the incredible hard work and dedication behind Interlink’s growth.

“We are proud to be recognized as a top growing contributor to our region’s economic success and believe it is due to our firm commitment of helping businesses take advantage of the economics, flexibility and extensibility of cloud computing on the Microsoft platform,” stated Interlink President Matt Scherocman. “It feels good to know we have built a company that offers services and solutions that are not only profitable, but also cut client costs and increase overall performance.”

Microsoft echoes those sentiments. “As a born-in-the-cloud integrator, Microsoft has partnered with Interlink for the past four years. We have watched them grow from a startup to one of our top managed partners, which now provides solutions across three different geographic areas,” explained Amy Riegert, Director of Partner Sales at Microsoft in the US Central Region.

To see the entire list of Fast 55 Finalists and Winners, visit

To view pictures of the event, visit:

About Interlink Cloud Advisors

Interlink Cloud Advisors partners with their clients to understand how technology can be utilized to reach business goals and leverage the cloud’s extraordinary economics. They help their clients evaluate which workloads make sense to migrate to the cloud and ensure that the timing is right. Keeping current on new technical, business and licensing offerings as well as Microsoft funding programs, Interlink can create return on investment models that work in the real world. Interlink then helps deliver the ROI by executing on the actual migration or upgrade including project planning, tenant creation, identity management, data migration, training, and support. Learn more at


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Operating the same successful program over the last decade has brought substantial operating results for and its valued reseller base. Today announces a brand new Dedicated Server Reseller Program, which aims to give its existing and new resellers the best discounts, resources and tools available to allow its reseller the greatest success possible. Discounts up to 25% are available to resellers that quality.

“We are in a great position in our business to focus on what matters most to our high valued customers. Discounts and exclusive perks are something we work very hard to differentiate ourselves from our competitors. We are focused on providing our resellers with unique tools and resources which no other provider includes,” says Rodney Giles, President of has been in overdrive mode in recent weeks having just announced a freemium CDN offering as well as the opening of its New York City location in April.

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Oracle extends world's most comprehensive enterprise cloud portfolio
At a live event today, Oracle Executive Chairman of the Board and CTO Larry Ellison announced new additions to the Oracle Cloud Platform, a comprehensive, integrated suite of services that make it easier for developers, IT professionals, business users …

New Cloud Platform Aims to Ease Healthcare Access in Kolkata
"Given Kolkata's dense population and the plethora of problems regarding accessibility to healthcare at any given time, we need to build a framework based on latest technologies such as cloud computing and Big Data. The 24by7.Care platform is a …
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Proposed change to export controls would allow use of the cloud for encrypted

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Users of the cloud currently must be concerned about whether their data might be sent for storage in a server anywhere outside the United States to avoid unintended exports. If the proposed rules are adopted, this concern will not be as significant …
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iomart Secures PSN Pan Government Accreditation From Cabinet Office
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Bank of England CIO: IT is holding us back
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Stardock to showcase Ashes of the Singularity with AMD at the PC Gaming Show June 16th

Plymouth, MI (PRWEB) June 15, 2015

Stardock will be at the PC Gaming Show event in Los Angeles on June 16th to show Ashes of the Singularity gameplay during AMD’s The New Era of PC Gaming live stream starting at 9:00 AM PST. Ashes of the Singularity is Stardock’s upcoming massive scale real time strategy game where AI and post-humans battle for the fate of their worlds.

Gamers can expect Ashes of the Singularity to push the technological boundaries of what is possible in an RTS while providing gameplay innovations in addition to genre staples like base building, resource management and technology upgrades. “What sets Ashes of the Singularity apart is its ability to simulate massive scale with high visual fidelity,” said Brad Wardell CEO of Stardock and Oxide games. “With our Nitrous engine we’re giving players the ability to command thousand unit armies with very sophisticated AI engaged in world war instead of the small battles RTS players are used to.”

The Nitrous engine’s ability to use all of the available CPU cores to get more out of the hardware that gamers already have enables Ashes of the Singularity to have thousands of units on screen, high visual fidelity and more sophisticated AI. Everything in the game is realistically lit by thousands of light sources. Players can zoom out and see multiple, massive battles simultaneously all beautifully rendered without switching to a 2D map or icons.

Gameplay is enhanced by intelligent unit AI that free up a player’s attention to develop tactics to win the larger war. In addition players who have access to DirectX 12 and next-generation GPUs will be able to run Ashes of the Singularity at 4K resolution with the image quality settings turned up for an even more impressive visual experience.

Gamers can watch the morning live stream at while the press in attendance will get the chance to meet members of the Ashes of the Singularity development team later that evening during exclusive live gameplay demonstrations and interviews.

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About Oxide Games: Oxide Games is an independent digital entertainment studio focused on delivering revolutionary leaps in PC and console gaming. Its groundbreaking Nitrous engine provides industry-leading visuals and powers its first game, Ashes of the Singularity. Oxide Games is based in Timonium, Maryland. Learn more at

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Hostirian, a St. Louis based Hosting and Managed Services company, has chosen Enlogic cabinets, cold-row air containment and intelligent PDUs managed by No Limits Software’s RaMP Data Center Infrastructure Management for their new data center. Both Enlogic and No Limits Software are also headquartered in St. Louis.

“We love that we can work with local companies providing world class solutions for our newest data center in the Globe Building,” said Ken Cox, Vice President of Operations at Hostirian. The 26,000 square foot data center in downtown St. Louis is the largest carrier hotel building in the region. “The new cold-row containment pod provides 800mm wide cabinets, multiple PDUs for redundant power, and make a great home for your equipment,” added Cox. Both of the Hostirian data centers are SSAE-16 compliant, offer HIPAA compliant hosting, and security includes video surveillance, RFID badge readers, and 24x7x365 onsite team members.

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Bellevue, WA (PRWEB) June 09, 2015

ComputeNext announced today that it is a Red Herring Top 100 North America award winner. The Red Herring Top 100 North America awards recognize the leading private companies from the region, celebrating these startups’ innovations and technologies across their respective industries.

ComputeNext was selected as a Top 100 winner because the company brings a unique cloud brokerage platform to the market. Its Global Cloud Marketplace is a platform which enables cloud service commerce, provisioning, and management from providers in over 40 locations worldwide. This platform is also available as a white-label solution which can be offered as a Marketplace-as-a-Service or a custom deployment for telecommunications companies, service providers, and large IT resellers/distributors. The platform can be rapidly deployed and customized for partners based on the cloud platforms, products, and services they wish to offer.

Red Herring Top 100 America enlists outstanding entrepreneurs and promising companies. It selects the award winners from approximately 1,200 privately financed companies each year in the US and Canada. Since 1996, Red Herring has kept tabs on these up-and-comers. Red Herring editors were among the first to recognize that companies such as Facebook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo, Skype,, YouTube, Palo Alto Networks and eBay would change the way we live and work.

“In 2015, selecting the top achievers was by no means a small feat,” said Alex Vieux, publisher and CEO of Red Herring. “In fact, we had the toughest time in years because so many entrepreneurs had crossed significant milestones so early. But after much thought, rigorous contemplation and discussion, we narrowed our list down from hundreds of candidates from across North America. We believe ComputeNext embodies the vision, drive and innovation that define a successful entrepreneurial venture. ComputeNext should be proud of its accomplishment, as the competition was very strong.”

Sundar Kannan, CEO and Founder of ComputeNext, said, “We’re delighted to be recognized as an industry leader with this prestigious award. This year we have been rapidly growing and making a huge impact in the cloud brokerage segment. This award recognizes ComputeNext’s ability to offer a robust cloud marketplace solution for our customers that enables them to compete in the rapidly changing market and drive new revenue streams.”

Red Herring’s editorial staff evaluated companies on both quantitative and qualitative criteria, such as financial performance, technological innovation and intellectual property, DNA of the founders, business model, customer footprint and addressable market. A review of the track record and standing of startups relative to their sector peers, allowed Red Herring to see past the “buzz” and make the list a valuable instrument of discovery and advocacy for the most promising new business models in North America, complement this assessment of potential.


ComputeNext is a Bellevue, WA based cloud brokerage company pioneering how organizations search, discover, procure, and provision cloud infrastructure with a unique multi-cloud marketplace. As a leader in cloud service brokerage, ComputeNext enables end-to-end transactions across platform agnostic infrastructure. Holding the belief that a few cloud providers cannot satisfy the world’s computing demands, our mission is to promote choice and efficient computing through federation. This new ecosystem shares and optimizes cloud infrastructure and services to bring unprecedented business development opportunities and cost savings for both data centers and IT organizations.

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Rapidscale Adds Top 10 Master Agent, Telarus, To Its Channel Program

Irvine, CA (PRWEB) June 04, 2015

RapidScale, a leader in Cloud Services, has established one of the most expansive and comprehensive cloud solution sets in the market today. Telarus, a top 10 Master Agent specializing in the channel distribution of Carrier and Cloud Services, has built a company and community of sales professionals that have been highly successful.

RapidScale ( has established an advanced Cloud Services Platform that combines simplicity with ingenuity. Its products include CloudDesktop, an advanced virtual desktop solution, CloudServer, virtualization of servers, CloudRecovery, backup and failover for businesses of all sizes, CloudMail, Hosted Microsoft Exchange, and the all-in-one CloudOffice solution, which is a full suite of the RapidScale products in one convenient package.

“We’re incredibly excited to add Telarus as a Master Agent to RapidScale’s channel program,” says Randy Jeter, CEO of RapidScale. “Their team has built a successful and professional community of selling professionals, one that is respected throughout the channel both by the carriers and agents. This partnership is the start of something great in a converging industry focused on Carrier and Cloud Services sales and support.”

“RapidScale is a great addition to the Telarus cloud portfolio. Their ability to not only provide managed cloud solutions for enterprise customers, but to also educate our partners through their CloudUniversity will be a huge asset to our agent program,” stated Paula McKinnon, Vice President of Supplier Management. “We are excited to work with the fantastic channel team they have to support our Telarus growth.”

RapidScale not only focuses on tailoring every client’s cloud services solution to the applications they run, but also follows a “We Care” philosophy that is seen in every aspect of the business. The sales professionals at Telarus will be able to utilize RapidScale’s Cloud Sales Engineering Team for simple and complex cloud quotes and roadmaps.

About RapidScale:

RapidScale, a cloud services innovator, delivers world-class, secure, and reliable cloud computing solutions to companies of all sizes across the globe. Its state-of-the-art CloudOffice platform and market-leading cloud solutions are the reasons why RapidScale is the provider of choice for leading telecommunications providers, VARs, MSPs, and agents throughout the United States. RapidScale is not only delivering a service but also innovating advanced solutions and applications for the cloud computing space. RapidScale’s market-leading solutions include CloudServer, CloudDesktop, CloudOffice, CloudMail, CloudRecovery, CloudApps, and more. For more information on RapidScale, visit

About Telarus:

Telarus, Inc. is a national master agent that holds contracts with the world’s leading commercial telecommunication carriers, makes it easier and more profitable for solution providers, VARs, and MSPs to sell and source voice and data WAN solutions. Our patented GeoQuote platform combines real-time carrier pricing with advanced research features and branded proposals. Telarus’ experienced Sales staff is strategically focused on enterprise WAN and high-capacity bandwidth solutions, making it easier to find the best offer, every time. For its part, Telarus has been named the top Master Agent by the members of the Telecom Association in each of the past three years, the first and only company in the carrier channel to accomplish this feat. Whether you are a top producer or a voice-and-data expert just starting out on your own, there is a place for you in the Telarus community. For more information on the Telarus partner program, please visit or call the new partner hotline at 877-346-3232.

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Stefanie Ryan, Marketing Director


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OASIS Starts Context Server (CXS) Initiative to Advance Standards for Personalized User Experiences Online

(PRWEB) June 04, 2015

The OASIS open standards consortium announced the start of an initiative for delivering personalized user experiences online. Standards developed by the new OASIS Context Server (CXS) Technical Committee will provide companies with more effective ways to engage with their audiences and will give users more control over the data that’s collected on them.

The Context Server will simplify management, integration, and interoperability for WCM, Big Data, CRM, Digital Marketing, and Data Management Platforms. CXS will enable data on user behavior to be collected and aggregated into profiles and user segments to be defined based on demographics. Third party WCM systems will be able to tag and serve content based on these segments. Marketing systems will access profiles and compile lists for campaigns using CXS. Users will have the ability to control their collected data and safeguard their desired level of privacy by accessing the Context Server.

“Organizations are struggling to create consistent personalized experiences across channels, markets, and systems,” said Serge Huber of Jahia, co-chair of the OASIS CXS Technical Committee. “The Context Server will make it possible to deliver personalization in a simple, interoperable way.”

“CXS will speed up vendor innovation and reduce integration costs,” added Thomas Sigdestad of Enonic, who also co-chairs the Committee. “A widely adopted standard will expand the broader market by making it easier to ramp up new products, integrate with existing systems, and grow niche opportunities into new market areas.”

To encourage more Marketing Automation vendors to join the CXS effort, OASIS will host two brief webinars on June 15 at 15:00 CET (09:00 EDT, 06:00 PDT) and at 21:30 CET (15:30 EDT, 12:30 PDT). Register at

New members are encouraged to join the OASIS CXS Technical Committee at any time. Archives of the work are accessible to both members and non-members, and OASIS invites public review and comment on the work.

Support for CXS


“At Jahia, as initial proposers of the OASIS Context Server TC, we are very excited to chair the effort and put all our efforts behind this personalization standard which we hope will make it possible to build a more transparent web. We fully support the OASIS Context Server TC and will also propose our current implementation to be submitted at the Apache Software Foundation,” said Serge Huber, CTO, Jahia Solutions.


“The complexity of understanding the customer journey is spanning more channels and systems than ever before,” said Svetozar Georgiev, SVP, Application Platforms of Telerik, a Progress Company. “The development of more standards will enable organizations to more easily gain a complete picture of their interactions with clients to drive better marketing, and overall all business results.”

About OASIS:

OASIS is a non-profit, international consortium that drives the development, convergence and adoption of open standards for the global information society. OASIS promotes industry consensus and produces worldwide standards for content technologies, digital experiences, security, privacy, cloud computing, IoT, and other areas. OASIS open standards offer the potential to lower cost, stimulate innovation, grow global markets, and protect the right of free choice of technology. OASIS members broadly represent the marketplace of public and private sector technology leaders, users, and influencers. The consortium has more than 5,000 participants representing over 600 organizations and individual members in 65+ countries.

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