Displaying items by tag: Windows Azure

Tuesday, 09 September 2014 17:00

Meldium joins LogMeIn family

Cloud services provider LogMeIn has acquired BBA, a startup offering cloud-based single-sign-on, password management, and identity and access management under the Meldium brand.

Published in Listed Tech

Schneider Electric’s alliance with Microsoft has seen the energy management solutions vendor release new software development capabilities which it says provide customers with the ability to develop custom, cloud-based energy management and sustainability software using its StruxureWare Resource Advisor on the Microsoft Windows Azure cloud platform.

Published in Data Centres
Friday, 26 July 2013 16:55

Student Edge goes cloud with Windows Azure

Student discount scheme operator Student Edge has moved its core IT systems to Windows Azure.

Published in Cloud Services

Citrix ShareFile enterprise cloud storage and synchronisation product is getting a boost with more storage options plus integration with XenMobile to provide secure data containers for mobile apps.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 21 May 2013 13:13

Australian region coming to Microsoft Azure

After persistently saying that data sovereignty doesn't really matter to most customers and that economies of scale meant Australian customers would be served from elsewhere in the Asia Pacific, Microsoft has announced that it is preparing to offer Windows Azure from data centres in NSW and Victoria.

Published in Cloud Services
Tuesday, 14 August 2012 11:41

Quest turns its Foglight on Windows Azure

Quest Software's Foglight applications performance monitoring software-as-a-service is now available in beta form for Windows Azure.

Published in Cloud Computing

Samsung has selected Microsoft's Windows Azure platform for its Smart TV infrastructure.

Published in Cloud Computing
Thursday, 14 June 2012 16:29

Symantec to support DR failover to Azure

Symantec has announced changes to its disaster recovery software that will allow its customers to recover to Microsoft's Windows Azure cloud service.

Published in Cloud Computing
Tuesday, 07 February 2012 21:26

Cadac Group renews Microsoft Partner Network status

Cadac Group has successfully re-enrolled the Microsoft Partner Network with Gold competencies for ISV and Content Management, and Silver competencies for Portals & Collaboration, Web Development and Learning

iPhone or iPad-toting users worldwide can now tap into their virtual Microsoft Azure cloud environments anywhere with the release of an open source toolkit for developers.

Published in Virtualisation

German software producer combit informs, that report generator List & Label can now also be applied for reporting functions in the cloud computing platform Windows Azure. Precondition for this is the Enterprise Edition or the Professional Edition with additional server/web server licenses. combit provides a free white paper with a extensive  sample.

Wednesday, 14 July 2010 15:07

Dell sees blue skies for Windows Azure appliance

Dell has announced plans to develop a Windows Azure appliance for enterprise-scale customers.

Tuesday, 20 October 2009 07:58

New betas of Visual Studio 2010, .NET Framework 4

Microsoft has released Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 and Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Beta 2 to MSDN subscribers. The company also announced a simplification of the Visual Studio 2010 line.

Published in Development
Ray Ozzie, the man behind Lotus Domino/Lotus Notes and now Bill Gates' replacement as Microsoft Chief Software Architect has voiced his take on Google Wave during an interview at Silicon Valley's Churchill Club. He claims Wave is anti-Web while Microsoft’s Live Mesh is web friendly.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Tuesday, 02 June 2009 15:10

Google Wave bye bye to Bing

Two prominent software houses showed off their latest online wares this last week. Yet, it was not simply products on display but vision and innovation, or rather in one case, the lack of it. Can Microsoft keep pace with Google’s thought leadership?

Published in The Linux Distillery
Microsoft has finally confirmed its crazy 3-app limit idea is being removed from Win 7 Starter Edition, now letting netbook owners run as many apps as they want, but Microsoft’s mentality in still offering the Starter Edition at all is still the real problem!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Wednesday, 01 April 2009 06:47

Microsoft promises to release Windows 7, free

In an exclusive, long sought after interview with Microsoft’s CEO and Lord of the Dance, Steve Ballmer, a startling revelation on the future of Windows has emerged, set to shock, surprise, delight and dismay. Which emotion will you feel today?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Out of nowhere, an independent software developer has produced his own fast and fancy netbook operating system. It promises lightning boot times, an iPhone-esque icon-studded interface, modern cloud apps. The secret ingredient is Linux.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Wednesday, 24 December 2008 19:57

Windows 7 beta 1 download mania wants to start

With a select group of beta testers around the world supposedly already using the Windows 7 7000.0.081212-1400 official beta 1 build, global impatience over the non-appearance of a torrent is reaching boiling point – at least for some - but no download is yet available, and people are getting impatient!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
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