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Afterlogic Aurora Integrates Corporate Email, Collaboration, and Helpdesk

Afterlogic Corp., the vendor of email and collaboration systems, announces the initial release of its Aurora platform which enables hosters and cloud providers to extend their SaaS offerings with humane corporate groupware. Enterprises can also install Aurora on-premise in their private cloud. Afterlogic Aurora combines business email, global address book, shared calendar, corporate files storage, […]

Jelastic Launches New Mobile Application for Cloud Platform Management

Jelastic Inc., a leading provider of an advanced and scalable Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and winner of the prestigious Duke’s Choice Award, today announced the release of its new mobile application which offers remote access to the Jelastic cloud management system. The application was developed specifically for enabling Java and PHP developers to significantly boost workday productivity […]

Jelastic Cloud Hosting Platform Provider Launches Beta Service in Switzerland Through Innofield

Jelastic, Inc., provider of an ultra-scalable and interoperable Java and PHP cloud hosting platform, today announced the launch of Beta 1.9 service in Switzerland in partnership with innofield GmbH, a local hosting provider. Jelastic is a standards-based platform that can run any Java or PHP application without any lock-in or code adaptation. “Switzerland is a […]

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    • Calculate your cloud costs with this simple formula March 21, 2017
      "Cloudops" is the latest buzzword. Its meaning is simple: the ability to operate workloads, including both applications and data, once they get to the public cloud. What’s not so simple is figuring out what cloudops will cost over time, both based on future changes in technology costs and on adding or deleting workloads from the […]
    • Why the U.S. should give tax breaks to cloud adopters March 17, 2017
      To promote the use of cloud computing by small businesses in India, the Indian government is planning to introduce a subsidy for cloud usage. The hope is that the use of the cloud will make small businesses more successful, thus increasing both employment and tax revenues to the government. In the United States we see […]
    • The path to cloud success goes through your data March 14, 2017
      Last week, Google showcased its enterprise cloud offerings at the Google Cloud Next conference, trying to show it could meet the needs of businesses, not only schools and small companies. The underlying pattern I saw in Google’s presentations was data.Increasingly, I see the same focus on data among all cloud providers. It’s not Google alone […]
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