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Who’s Who in Cloud May 3, 2013

Spring is finally here on this beautiful Friday. This week’s cloud publishings includes a whole lot on Microsoft claiming a huge number of users for their cloud-based services, increased evidence of BYOD success, big data everything, and why cloud-enabled businesses are so happy.

Let us know if we missed anything good on Twitter @CloudGathering!

Gil Press explores how big data means big news to Homeland Security.

Sean Ludwig reports on Microsoft’s announcement of their 400 million active users.

Barb Darrow also analyzes Microsoft’s announcement.

Barb Darrow double dose! Amazon is ‘certifying’ cloud skills… such a sticky concept that AWS is…

Jordan Novet sees increased mobile monitoring demand in the enterprise.

David Linthicum sees companies in the cloud as happier than most. We agree.

Paul Krill CBS is tuning in on Open Source.

Ted Samson Cloud and big data are important to get right, and often require getting under the hood of each.

Gathering Clouds bro-in-the-clouds Ben Kepes reports on scaling and self healing web hosts from HybridCluster

Dan Morrill A lot can go wrong with Windows Azure as Dan reveals.

Louis Columbus Cloud computing is revving up in the enterprise… sweet!

Christina Farr Dropbox effect is in full effect… to the disappointment of many companies…

Chris Crowell BYOD is infiltrating the enterprise… and that comes with some issues…

Oleg Shilovitsky dives into how AWS is helping cloud PLM connect with enterprise data.

By Jake Gardner

Posted on May 3, 2013 in Cloud Computing Industry

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