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Spotlight: Microsoft rebrands SkyDrive as OneDrive

Microsoft has decided to rebrand SkyDrive. Here's what they called it.

How NASA handles extreme data

The most exemplary example of extreme data use is NASA, the "keepers of data" who collect hundreds of terabytes an hour on ordinary days. Far more on extraordinary days which is to say on most days, because NASA scientists are almost always working on something extraordinary. Rarely is any of that data uniformly structured. So how does NASA handle all that?

Malware threats; Dump your vendors; more

Top news stories for Jan. 22, 2014.

Adobe Creative Cloud update includes 3D printing support in Photoshop

Adobe announced updates to its Creative Cloud suite this week.

Dropbox gets a major pay day

Dropbox got a bushel of cash this week from financial backers and a valuation of $10 billion.

News Scan: $3 million Google engineer?; Sheryl Sandberg's advice to millenials; more

Top news stories for Jan. 16, 2014.

Mobile apps take 'center stage' in unified communications

Mobility took "center stage" in unified communications offerings last year as employees demanded to use their personal mobile devices at work, observes Cindy Whelan, principal analyst for business network and wholesale services at Current Analysis.

IaaS, SaaS markets will dominate in the cloud

By all accounts, activity in the cloud will continue at a thunderous pace in 2014, and the SaaS and IaaS markets are expected to be especially strong.

Microsoft and GoDaddy join forces

Microsoft and Go Daddy announced a partnership this week where Go Daddy will offer SMBs Office 365 packages at a variety of price points.

News Scan: NSA fallout continues; Data center leasing; more

Top news stories for Jan. 13, 2014.