Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday Talkin' Cloud pulls out five must-read cloud computing stories from the news cycle for its readers to review. Today's column features Amazon, Aliyun and Blackberry.
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Security software vendor Trend Micro has made its Deep Security cloud and data center platform available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace to help customers protect their Windows applications and services.
As you begin to prospect more, you’ll need to start forecasting to support your growth. Staffing, for example, will be very contingent on what your sales pipeline looks like. How do you create the forecast, and how do you manage it so that you are proactively prepared for the new business you’re signing?
Data storage and retrieval can be tricky business for large companies, especially when said data is hidden away deep within archives or stored in offline repositories. Google (GOOG) is looking to help organizations gain faster and easier access to their information with the general availability of Google Cloud Storage Nearline, a service designed to provide users with a fast and low-cost alternative to data storage.
Masergy Communications customers now have access to the Microsoft Azure Cloud platform through the company’s Cloud Marketplace.
Cloud business communications provider RingCentral is expanding its relationship with Microsoft (MSFT) to integrate its RingCentral Office offering with Office 365, creating a total work environment from one interface.