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SingTel to Provide Secure Private Access into Microsoft Azure Public Cloud

SingTel to Provide Secure Private Access into Microsoft Azure Public Cloud

14 May 2014
Enterprise customers will soon be able to bypass the public internet and connect faster and more securely into Microsoft’s Azure public cloud platform using SingTel’s Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) virtual private network.
Microsoft to Launch Office for iPad on March 27?

Microsoft to Launch Office for iPad on March 27?

18 Mar 2014
Microsoft is said to be holding a cloud and mobile-focused media event on March 27, with Office for iPad high on the agenda.
WD Releases Local Pricing for Its My Cloud EX2

WD Releases Local Pricing for Its My Cloud EX2

14 Mar 2014
WD has released local pricing and availability of its My Cloud EX2, a high-performance two-bay NAS system.
ASRock Users Get the ASRock Cloud Personal Cloud Service for Free

ASRock Users Get the ASRock Cloud Personal Cloud Service for Free

14 Mar 2014
The three-year subscription of the Orbweb.ME Professional version (worth US$149.97) includes an additional one month upgrade to Orbweb.ME Ultimate package with Remote Desktop function.
WD Presents 2-bay Prosumer Personal Cloud Storage, My Cloud EX2

WD Presents 2-bay Prosumer Personal Cloud Storage, My Cloud EX2

05 Mar 2014
WD has expanded its prosumer personal cloud solutions with My Cloud EX2, a high-performance two-bay NAS system that's half the size of the My Cloud EX4, which was aimed at professionals and individuals with extra large volumes of data.
OneDrive Launches Worldwide; 100,000 Users to Get 100GB Free for a Year

OneDrive Launches Worldwide; 100,000 Users to Get 100GB Free for a Year

19 Feb 2014
Microsoft OneDrive is now available worldwide. Like its predecessor SkyDrive, it lets you store all your files, including photos, videos, and documents, in the cloud, and have them available across any device you use, be it running Windows, iOS, or Android.
Oops, One.com Isn't Happy with Microsoft's OneDrive

Oops, One.com Isn't Happy with Microsoft's OneDrive

30 Jan 2014
There could yet be another brand dispute on the horizon for Microsoft over the newly christened OneDrive. This time, it's from One.com.
Western Digital Introduces My Cloud EX4 (Updated with Local Pricing)

Western Digital Introduces My Cloud EX4 (Updated with Local Pricing)

20 Nov 2013
Western Digital has just introduced the My Cloud EX4, a 4-bay high-performance personal cloud storage system capable of offering up to 16TB of storage.
WD Gives You a Cloud of Your Own

WD Gives You a Cloud of Your Own

03 Oct 2013
By simply connecting a My Cloud personal cloud drive to the Internet, consumers get the anywhere, any-device access they can get from the public cloud, without having to pay monthly fees or giving up control of their personal data.
Instagram Lead Designer Moves to Dropbox

Instagram Lead Designer Moves to Dropbox

17 Jul 2013
Dropbox is beefing up on its design team by hiring Instagram's lead designer, Tim Van Damme. Hit the link for more details.
Yahoo Mail for Android Gets Dropbox Integration

Yahoo Mail for Android Gets Dropbox Integration

10 Jul 2013
Yahoo has just announced built in Dropbox integration on its Yahoo Mail Android app. The integration allows Yahoo Mail users to easily send and receive large attachments like documents, photos and video using Dropbox.
Chromebooks Now Available in Singapore

Chromebooks Now Available in Singapore

28 May 2013
A total of three Chromebooks from Acer, HP and Samsung have now been introduced to Singapore. These notebooks will be available in Courts retail stores across the island. The most affordable Chromebook would be the Acer C7 which retails at S$369.
Adobe to Stop Selling Boxed Editions of Creative Suite and Acrobat Software

Adobe to Stop Selling Boxed Editions of Creative Suite and Acrobat Software

14 Mar 2013
Adobe will be stopping sales of boxed editions of its Creative Suite and Acrobat software. Instead, it’ll focus on offering the software through digital downloads and subscriptions.
Fuji Xerox Suite of Solutions Enable Companies to Be Mobile and Cloud Ready

Fuji Xerox Suite of Solutions Enable Companies to Be Mobile and Cloud Ready

06 Feb 2013
Fuji Xerox has launched a comprehensive suite of mobile and cloud solutions to enhance business productivity and flexibility. Mobile Integrated Application for iOS is an application software which supports document handling in mobile environments, while the Working Folder is a cloud-based online storage service.
Amazon Launches AutoRip Service

Amazon Launches AutoRip Service

11 Jan 2013
Online retailer Amazon has launched an auto-ripping service which stores free digital copies of selected CDs purchased from its store. Customers can access the music via Amazon's Cloud Player or mobile apps.
Connected Car Services Come to Market with Volvo Car Group and Ericsson

Connected Car Services Come to Market with Volvo Car Group and Ericsson

18 Dec 2012
Volvo Car Group will utilize Ericsson's Connected Vehicle Cloud to allow drivers, passengers, and the car to connect to services available in the cloud.
Amazon and Google Fight to be Cheaper on the Cloud

Amazon and Google Fight to be Cheaper on the Cloud

03 Dec 2012
In an attempt to compete with Amazon's discount on cloud based services, Google slashes its cloud pricing by over 30 percent.
Google Drive Mobile Apps Gets Spreadsheet Editing

Google Drive Mobile Apps Gets Spreadsheet Editing

29 Nov 2012
It's odd that the Google Drive mobile apps for Android and iOS didn't allow you to edit spreadsheets, but Google has rectified that today with the latest version of the apps. Hit the link to find out what other changes the updated apps bring.
Seagate Joins DECE, the Organization Behind UltraViolet

Seagate Joins DECE, the Organization Behind UltraViolet

05 Nov 2012
Seagate has joined the DECE (Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem), an open, cross-industry consortium of movie studios and technology companies which developed and operate UltraViolet.
The Pirate Bay Moves to the Cloud

The Pirate Bay Moves to the Cloud

18 Oct 2012
File sharing website The Pirate Bay has made a drastic change to its infrastructure, moving all operations to the Cloud. The site will now use several cloud hosting providers scattered across several continents around the world, which should make it virtually invulnerable to police raids.
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