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Facebook to Offer Path to Media
Tuesday, 20 September 2011 03:28

For cloud-based digital music services like Spotify and Rhapsody, which stream millions of songs but have struggled to sign up large numbers of paying users, being friended by Facebook could prove to be a mixed blessing.  This week, according to numerous media and technology executives, Facebook will unveil a media platform that will allow people to easily share their favorite music, television shows and movies, effectively making the basic profile page a primary entertainment hub.

Tentang SEO
Friday, 10 June 2011 01:42

Hampir semua orang yang bekerja di dunia internet marketer mengenal SEO (Search Engine Optimization), seberapa pentingkah SEO ini? Jawabnya: Penting. Kenapa? Banyak hal yang menentukan supaya website anda di intex oleh search engine. Jika website anda sudah menerapkan SEO, trus anda berfikir akan terindex ranking satu di google? tentu saja tidak. Google menerapkan panyak criteria untuk menaikan ranking suatu website terhadap satu kata kunci.

From BlogWorld Expo: The secret to futureproofing your blog’s SEO
Wednesday, 01 June 2011 04:18

Gregory J. Wright is the communications manager for online news at the American Institute of CPAs and manages@CPALetter_Daily.

Ric Dragon knows his search engine optimization and how to tell a story. In a mythical land where the identical twin SEO beasts live, a wizard (Google) has challenged bloggers with inviting good SEO into their homes, while keeping bad SEO out. But how can one tell the difference between good and bad SEO when they look identical? The simple solution:  relevance.

Start-Ups Tag Facebook for Career Networking
Wednesday, 01 June 2011 03:08


LinkedIn Corp.'s splashy initial public offering of stock earlier this month underscored the company's status as a major professional network. But several start-ups are banking that the future of career networking is actually on Facebook Inc.

These start-ups point to Facebook's much broader user base: With 500 million users, Facebook is five times larger than LinkedIn.

But changing users' mindsets might be a challenge. Some Facebook users are loathe to mix their personal and professional networks, fearing some private information might damage their work reputation.

Twitter Is Launching Its Own Photosharing Service
Wednesday, 01 June 2011 02:58

Twitter has been completely emphatic about where developers should stake a claim, with Twitter Platform Lead Ryan Sarver warning the ecosystem to stay away from building “client apps that mimic or reproduce the mainstream Twitter consumer client experience.”

Well if Sarver stays true to his word the Twitpics and Yfrogs of the world can just give it up now. According to multiple sources, Twitter is on the verge of announcing its own built in Twitpic competitor. Like tomorrow, if things go according to plan (naturally this post might change that).

Who's to Secure Cloud: Vendor or User?
Saturday, 30 April 2011 03:45

Security is a primary reason many organization pause when considering a move to cloud computing. Yet, if a new survey conducted by Ponemon Institute for enterprise software vendor CA reflects reality, most cloud computing providers don't see securing customer data as their primary responsibility. Most cloud providers see reducing costs and faster development as their main benefits to customers.

"If the risk of breach outweighs potential cost savings and agility, we may reach a point of cloud stall, where cloud adoption slows or stops, until organizations believe cloud security is as good as or better than enterprise security," Mike Denning, CA Technologies general manager for security, says in a statement accompanying Thursday's release of the Security of Cloud Computing Providers Study.

Apple to beat Google on cloud music-sources
Saturday, 23 April 2011 04:18

(Reuters) - Apple Inc (AAPL.O) has completed work on an online music storage service and is set to launch it ahead of Google Inc (GOOG.O), whose own music efforts have stalled, according to several people familiar with both companies' plans.

Apple's plans will allow iTunes customers to store their songs on a remote server, and then access them from wherever they have an Internet connection, said two of these people who asked not to be named as the talks are still confidential.

The maker of the wildly popular iPhone and iPod, Apple has yet to sign any new licenses for the service and major music labels are hoping to secure deals before the service is launched, three of the sources said. Apple has not told its music partners of when it intends to introduce its music locker, they said.

IEEE kicks off cloud standards efforts
Tuesday, 05 April 2011 01:44

The IEEE is kicking off two efforts to ease the take off of cloud computing, a design guide and a standard for interoperable cloud services. The work marks the first time a formal standards organization has come to grips with issues in cloud services, IEEE claims.

Cloud services could reshape the future of computing, a potential that sparked academics to call for cloud computing standards in a paper in 2009. In separate efforts, Intel and Hewlett-Packard are ramping up significant cloud programs, and cloud services are being adopted broadly by end users including the U.S. government.


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