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For Mark Snow, a 63-year-old long-time insurance executive (pictured above), it was a no brainer to start a cloud computing company. "The thought of playing golf every day is not something I look forward to," he said.
IBM just announced that its cloud products and services will be based on open cloud architecture.
Cloud computing giant Rackspace has made a small but smart acquisition in ObjectRocket, a version of the MongoDB database that makes it lightning fast.
Sequoia, Norwest Venture Parterns, and Bessemer back Ravello's 'Cloud Application Hypervisor' that bridges the gap between private data center and public cloud.
Aaron Levie, Box's energetic young CEO, today revealed that the company is prepping for an initial public offering in 2014.
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YouSendIt has bought a venture-backed startup called Found for an undisclosed sum. The technology lets users discover their files, documents, and data across a variety of devices and cloud services.
BetterCloud has raised $5 million for its suite of cloud management tools focused on Google Apps.
Epocrates Inc., a medical applications company based in Silicon Valley, is being scooped up by AthenaHealth for $293 million.
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Need to get up and running in the cloud? Cloud Sherpas, the brokerage services company that helps its customers take advantage of the cloud, has raised $40 million in fresh funding.
Plex Systems, the cloud-based planning and management tool for manufacturers, has received significant strategic investment from Silicon Valley firm, Accel Partners.
Fruition Partners raises $12 million to transition legacy enterprise IT systems to cloud-based operations.
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Silicon Valley-based CloudVelocity has emerged from stealth mode with $5 million in investment, and a technology that aims to remove the barriers of adoption to public clouds.
Despite concerns about data security and loss of control, cloud-based service providers are highly-confident about the growth of the industry in the next few years.