A newly-formed IBM cloud-based video service has taken a significant step forward with the recent acquisition of UStream, a live streaming, online video and hosting service.
Through this latest acquisition and the creation of a new cloud business unit, IBM will provide an end-to-end suite of digital video solutions for the first time under one roof.
As a result, clients will be able to take advantage of every stage of the video life cycle through advances in customization, digital access, visual analytics and more, all to enable the consistent delivery of video content globally.
Besides the cloud-based video service news, IBM also reported growth in its cloud focus area, along with analytics, mobile, social, and security – all areas showing the companies goal of transformation from its years as a maker of Windows-based PCs. Meanwhile, Chumbak, an India-based retailer of apparel, accessories and home decor, announced its choice of IBM Cloud for its IT partner. What do you think of IBM’s efforts to transform itself, is it going in the right direction? Best Online Backup Services Updated 2016If you're looking to backup your files in the cloud, this is the list you need to choose the best service.Best Cloud Backup for MacYou need to backup your Mac? The much awaited deal between IBM and Cleversafe was finally realized this Monday, as IBM acquired the manufacturer of object-based software solutions. Box and IBM have been working for the last nine months to bring the two companies together.
IBM continues to enhance its presence in the cloud by buying the Seattle-based PCaaS (private-cloud-as-a-service) company Blue Box. International Business Machines announced yesterday a new deal with their long-time partner, Marriott International, which will see the hotel chain move about 80% of its technology to the Big Blue's cloud. ADrive's 50GB free accounts are going to be cut from the program on November 16th, essentially forcing customers who use that plan to either pay up and upgrade to premium, or simply transfer their data to another provider. Yunio is here to answer the calls of all those who need massive storage for free, with 1 TB of free data on offer, the Chinese company is posing a serious threat to more miserly Western cloud companies. We are a professional review site that receives compensation from the companies whose products we review. Com o CloudBackup Station, todos os dados sao protegidos com uma conexao SSL e criptografia AES de 256 bits de nivel militar que garante que os dados fiquem sempre protegidos, tanto durante a transferencia de arquivos e quando armazenados na nuvem publica. CloudBackup Station capacita os usuarios a aproveitar seu armazenamento em nuvem mais eficiente em custo, atraves do suporte de compressao de arquivos de backup, removendo regularmente arquivos com base em configuracoes pre-definidas e detectar arquivos esparsos para evitar o backup de dados desnecessarios.
O CloudBackup Station tambem suporta a execucao de multitarefa e transferencia de dados multi eventos atraves da divisao de arquivos grandes em partes menores, acelerando muito a taxa de transferencia de arquivos com maior eficiencia do trabalho. A QNAP (Quality Network Appliance Provider) Systems, Inc., como o seu nome promete, pretende disponibilizar ofertas em termos solucoes de topo de armazenamento ligado em rede (NAS) e gravacao de video em rede (NVR) com funcionamento simples de utilizar e robusto, grande capacidade de armazenamento e fiabilidade. With the increased popularity of cloud computing solutions, many companies are offering cloud services to both business and individual clients. It is important to discuss here that three of the world’s leading IT companies, Apple, Microsoft & Google have entered into the cloud market by launching their cloud products.
Recently, Microsoft revealed its Office 2013 which installs SkyDrive as its default cloud-based file system.
After installing this new office, SkyDrive appears in computer’s list of favorite locations. While looking at Dropbox, it is being observed that it has made easy for an individual user to sync files across multiple devices. Although Google Apps and Google Drive is one of the biggest tech giants in the IT industry, there are few concerns regarding its applications. Box is also a running horse in the cloud race and is providing a strong collaborative environment for the uploaded files, has a better and convenient mobile support system and it combines well with other cloud platforms. Furthermore, during the last five years, Huddle has developed itself to a stage where it can be named alongside other leading companies in the industry. On the 100th anniversary of Big Blue, we take a look back at what it has achieved and look forward to what it could achieve.
But some firms were there at the start of this technological age and have remained at the forefront for a century. Today sees IBM celebrate its centenery and IT Pro looks at its history, its present and its future as one of the largest tech companies in the world.
For a company at the cut and thrust of the high-tech computing industry, IBM has a surprisingly long and storied history with quite humble, low-tech origins. IBM's predecessors existed as far back as the 1880s manufacturing commercial tabulating machines, such as time clocks for tracking worker attendance.
During the 1930s and 1940s, IBM's punch card tabulating machines were used by both the American and German governments for various purposes, including the collection and maintenance of social security and census records.
IBM's entry into the computer market in the 1950s, which then consisted of selling room-sized machines to the US Government, universities and multinational businesses, is overshadowed by two major developments. IBM's track record of innovation continued unabated through the 1960s where its computers were used by NASA during the Gemini and Apollo space flights.
More down to earth was the IBM Selectric typewriter, first unveiled in 1961, and the introduction of magnetic stripe cards, which made credit cards as we know them possible. IBM was slightly less dramatic in the 1970s with the invention of the first floppy disk, although the company's 8in disk looks comically large compared to the 3.5in disks most people remember today.
The world of retail was changed forever by the IBM's invention of the standardised barcode, or Universal Product Code, in 1979. The company tried to make the PC more affordable and attractive to home users with the PCjr which was an infamous flop. If the PC dominates people's memories of IBM during the 1980s then the ThinkPad line of laptops forms an integral part of IBM's popular image from the 1990s onwards.

The company also attempted to rival Intel's dominance of the processor industry with its PowerPC range, developed in partnership with Motorola.
Despite the success of the ThinkPad, IBM struggled financially during the 1990s, but eventually recovered under CEO Louis V Gerstner Jr, one of the most influential men at the company since the legendary Thomas Watson who managed IBM's transition from tabulating machine maker to computer titan from the First World War onwards.
Despite IBM becoming almost synonymous with personal computers during the 1980s and 1990s, the company sold its personal computer business, including its vaunted ThinkPad brand, to Chinese company Lenovo in 2005. IBM is perhaps now best known for its range of supercomputers, long a bedrock of the company, in stunts such as defeating chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov.
IBM ruled the roost for a long time but in the 2000s fell out of favour as new internet companies took over technology. Surprisingly, it seems the economic downturn actually served the company well, but one would assume being around for 100 years would at least teach you how to ride the wave of boom and bust. The headlines hit when IBM overtook Microsoft in Reuters’ market share value listings last month for the first time since 1996.
It was Big Blue’s delve back into familiar territory that bolstered results, with the introduction of an updated System Z mainframe product.
Of course, services and software cannot go without a mention, with the likes of its business analytics software revenues rising 19 per cent in 2010. However, it is its hardware legacy, along with investments into new generations of these classics, that seems to have kept IBM well above sea level whilst others sank during the stormy recession.
The company’s UK chief executive (CEO), Stephen Leonard, was a little more philosophical though. Be it as simple as well-known and well-trusted hardware or the more idealistic opinions of Leonard, 2011 is seeing IBM get back in the game. In its recent visit to IBM’s London headquarters, IT Pro heard the tech giant reiterate its 2015 roadmap, in which it will drive growth by focusing on three core areas: Smarter Planet, cloud and business analytics. It was the same roadmap IBM outlined in the first half of 2010, so the company is clearly sticking to its guns. The idea behind the Smarter Planet initiative is to help private and public companies take advantage of the abundance of data available to them. This strand of the three-pronged strategy builds into business analytics - something IBM is banking on to be a real revenue earner. In the coming years, IBM will look to dominate the predictive analytics space, focusing on assisting firms respond to future events. Yet despite all IBM’s claims it is continuing in the software and services direction, it still sees solid gains from more corporeal goods.
Acquisitions will remain key at the firm too – it’s already allocated $20 billion for purchases up to 2015. IBM will also have to do what every tech business does – remain agile to deal with the capricious nature of the tech world. Lusher suggested IBM should focus what it does best: providing for the business needs and opportunities of its customers.
Congratulations on your centennial IBM – we hope you help businesses thrive for the next 100 years and beyond. Management of critical data across multiple locations and integration with their existing ERP infrastructure was also needed by the company. The two will heavily integrate their services with one another, allowing Box customers to choose which cloud they want, while giving IBM the ability to access via email. The two companies confirmed this fact on their respective websites, but they didn't reveal how much exactly did the deal cost IBM. Marriott will keep its data centers, but will update them in order to utilize the most recent cloud technology.
The company's clients were recently targets of two different attacks, both coming in the form of emails. Among the updated features, you also have Google Drive access, although no streaming is available, and easy to use touch-screen controls. Com uma interface consistente e facil de usar, os usuarios podem gerenciar facilmente varios servicos de armazenamento em nuvem, usando um aplicativo correspondente, monitorar o status de backup com registros de trabalho e organizar tarefas de backup manuais ou agendadas. Os usuarios tambem podem filtrar arquivos por tipo, tamanho e data para garantir que apenas os arquivos selecionados sejam mantidos na nuvem. Visualizacao de arquivos na nuvem esta habilitada para economizar tempo de download de arquivos desnecessarios para recuperacao de dados.
Para mais informacoes sobre as solucoes de backup de armazenamento em nuvem QNAP, visite o Website da QNAP. A QNAP integra tecnologias e designs para fornecer produtos de qualidade superior que melhoram de forma eficaz e eficiencia empresarial em termos de partilha de ficheiros, aplicacoes de virtualizacao, gestao de armazenamento ou vigilancia em ambientes empresariais, assim como melhorar o entretenimento para os utilizadores residenciais atraves da oferta de uma experiencia divertida de centro multimedia. The services are used to run websites, web applications, gaming servers and so on and so forth. The attraction of having the possibility of working, while moving from one device to another is quite appealing.
Though these are merely features, but they are the ones that people really wanted, and are enough to motivate tens of millions of users to change behavior and move their files to the cloud.
Firstly, though the applications are enchanting for collaborative drafting, but they don’t provide the ease of advanced work. It rather has a little edge over Google as it provides a more refined system which gives Box a prospect to become one of the leading companies’ providing cloud solutions.
The giants have entered in the market and few others like Box and Dropbox are in the midst of this world and will be among the big companies, in near future.

The Computing Tabulating Recording Company, or CTR, was the most direct antecedent and was founded on June 16th 1911.
Its involvement with the German Government during this period would later cause much controversy during the 1990s, when its dealings came to light.
The first was the world's first hard disk invented in 1956 – a technology that is obviously still with us today.
Even more dramatically, it invented the world's first RAM chip in 1966 without which today's affordable, compact and ubiquitous computers would be impossible. The American SABRE airline reservation system, which still exists today and lies behind most online travel booking websites, was first established in 1962 on a pair of IBM 7090 mainframe computers. The company was also responsible for pioneering relational databases and speech recognition software during this decade.
Two years earlier in 1977 the company helped devise the Data Encryption Standard (DES) which was the US Government's encryption standard of choice until it was supplanted by AES at the turn of the millennium. Despite the PCjr, the DOS-based PC and its clones would eventually trounce almost all other competing computer platforms at the time, such as the Apple II and the Commodore Amiga among numerous others. The range of business laptops was first released in 1992 and some ThinkPads are still the standard by which other laptops are judged here at IT Pro. IBM's services and consultancy business, which is now one of the cashcow pillars of the company, was first established in 1991.
Aside from relatively niche markets, such as embedded applications and games consoles, and a stint as Apple's choice of chips for the Mac during the 1990s, the PowerPC never caught on. This has turned out to be a smart move given the increasing commoditisation of the personal computer market, allowing IBM to concentrate on its profitable services division. IBM's supercomputers are frequently used in scientific and military research which, in a way, brings the company almost full-circle back to the 1950s when its customers were governmental and academic users. Announced in January, the filing showed a seven per cent jump to reach $29 billion, leaving behind Wall Street estimates of $28.3 billion. This saw sales in the division leap by an unprecedented 70 per cent year-on-year and, along with its new lines of servers and even its first foray into the NAS market, hardware kept IBM in the cash. This had clearly been IBM’s focus for some time, which a number of analysts claimed detracted from what it did so well in hardware, but it is bringing the company solid revenues. At an event in London last week to celebrate Big Blue’s birthday, he claimed the core of IBM's success was three principles: adapting to the challenges of globalisation, responding to technology changes and retaining the essence of an organisation.
Looking at its strategy for the coming years, despite its mainframe successes, it will continue along the same path it has been for the past decade - focusing more on services and software, less so on hardware. As Leonard explained to us, the Smarter Planet idea is designed to help companies enjoy business rewards, whilst providing social and environmental benefits too. It will also be a market in which IBM will need to shine as it’s getting awfully busy, with the likes of Oracle pushing out some serious kit. It’s equally clear the long-term future (we’re talking the next 50 years or so) is going to be very cloudy indeed for IBM. As noted, in the company’s financial results from January, it reported a spike in sales from its traditional mainframe hardware. As for what spaces they’ll invest in outside of analytics and cloud, a security firm wouldn’t be a bad bet as it looks to gain ground on the specialist players in the market like Trend Micro, McAfee and Symantec. IBM should be ready for the transience of the IT landscape to take advantage of opportunities when they arise.
It sees video as becoming more important in business as a way to connect with other businesses, with employees, and with customers. O CloudBackup Station tambem permite que os usuarios facam backup de dados de uma conta de nuvem para diferentes regioes (incluindo a Amazon S3, Amazon Glacier e Google Cloud Storage), tornando a sua disposicao de armazenamento em nuvem mais flexivel. Com sede em Taipei, a QNAP fornece as suas solucoes para o mercado global com inovacao e paixao continuas. Since it has become a buzz word for today’s world, many new companies have also started offering cloud hosting services for cloud based hosting and data storage solutions.
Since all top companies are offering cloud solutions and competing in the area, it is a good time to get to know what they all are offering and see how they are competing to become the market leader. However, in spite of the fact that the users love the convenience, but a sense of unease that might encounter, while using cloud as it is causing hindrance in its way, in terms of security. Box can be a good value for money if an organization wants to get more in terms of security and data management with lesser cost as compared to others in the market. Hence, it will be won by the companies that will help providing most of the IT solutions at a better cost and reliability, in terms of security. Many household names, such as Compaq - now part of HP - got their start producing clones of the IBM PC. The company already does plenty in this space, spreading its net fairly wide from security offerings and transitional services, to private cloud storage. So expect continued concentration on providing mainframe kit, as it’s still a valuable part of IBM’s business.
However, some traditional IT people say that a productivity app that runs locally isn’t a cloud app.
Once the Dropbox team assures of keeping this risk turned down, it can be a better service provider.

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