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Customers angry at Adobe ambition A petition demanding that Adobe reverse its subscription-only model for its creative software, including Photoshop, has collected over 13,000 signatures.
Software AG makes the cloud ‘more accessible’ German software company Software AG has launched a cloud-based Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) which it regards as one of its most significant releases ever.
WatchGuard's XTMv unified threat management system now includes support for Microsoft's Hyper-V virtualisation software.
Podio gains instant messaging, video chat Podio, the cloud-based collaboration system from Citrix, is being extended with the addition of instant messaging and video and audio chat facilities.
BT boosts cloud cover across four continents BT has launched Cloud Compute, an enhanced cloud service that allows organisations to combine their own data centres and private clouds with BT's global cloud…
Cloud services: over-the-top or from your carrier? While some people say they just want their carrier to provide the pipe and then stay out of the way, a survey has found that…
Salesforce.com serves up a feast for mobile app developers Salesforce Mobile Platform Services is designed to simplify the creation of mobile apps that connect to business data held in Salesforce.com.
Rackspace mobile cloud stacks make life easier for developers Rackspace mobile cloud stacks are designed to ease the design, building, testing and deployment of mobile apps.
Rackspace goes platinum with Magento Cloud provider Rackspace has signalled its growing support for the Magento ecommerce platform by becoming a Magento platinum partner.
'Supercomputer as a service' from Sydney data centre Intersect Australia will install an SGI supercomputer at one of Macquarie Telecom's Sydney data centres and make it available to Australian researchers.

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