You Are Not Even Wrong About the Cloud – Part 4

April 18, 2014
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This series of blogs has been exploring several aspects of Cloud computing which have the difficult property of orthogonality – a characteristic where two aspects of Cloud computing which would seem to work together actually follow separate and sometimes divergent paths. The tangible result of this orthogonality is difficulty coming up with an accurate assessment for…

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Announcing Geo Based Targeting in Push Notification

April 18, 2014
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Announcing Geo Based Targeting in Push Notification

Marketing campaigns without defining a targeted region tend to fail. This is why, we are truly excited to initiate Geo based targeting for Push Notification in App42 services. Now, the developers can select a specific country/state/city for sending push notifications … Continue reading → The post Announcing Geo Based Targeting in Push Notification appeared first…

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Enterprise who? Google says little about Apps, business cloud services in Q1 report

Google did little during its first-quarter earnings report to shush critics who say its Enterprise unit is a second-class citizen in its kingdom.The company gave no substantial details regarding overall sales trends for the Enterprise business, nor for individual products such as the Google Apps cloud email and collaboration suite, the Compute Engine IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service)…

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Feedly delivers seamless experience to 15 million users with App Engine and Cloud Storage

April 18, 2014
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Feedly delivers seamless experience to 15 million users with App Engine and Cloud Storage

Our guest post today comes from Olivier Devaux, co-founder of feedly, a reading app founded in 2008 in Palo Alto. feedly offers a free version as well as a Pro version that includes power search and integrations with other popular applications, including Evernote, LinkedIn and Hootsuite. With over 15 million users, feedly is one of…

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Heroku Security Bug Bounty

April 17, 2014
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Heroku Security Bug Bounty

Working with security researchers to ensure the trustworthiness of Heroku’s platform is an ongoing effort of ours. As part of this effort, the Heroku security team, in conjunction with Bugcrowd, is pleased to announce our new security bug bounty program. For each security bug you help find, which helps to ensure our platform is safe…

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No IaaS? No Problem.

April 17, 2014
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No IaaS? No Problem.

When companies move from bare metal to virtualization, it's an enormous step that promises cost savings and greater efficiency (which it usually delivers). But with the virtualization step complete, some companies still struggle with building out an ...

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@smc90 agree completely. Much of the cloud/paas stuff has been forecast quite precisely. Their impact on organizations and work not so much.