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Attitude decides our life

Soldier  : Sir we are surrounded by enemies on all sides  Major :  Excellent | we can attack in any direction  Attitude decides our life

Microsoft Is Steadily Advancing Towards The Holy Grail Of Cloud Computing

A few days ago Microsoft (MSFT) presented its new Xbox named "Xbox One". However in this article I'm not going to talk to you about the console. I'm going to talk to you about something bigger, the foundations of which were completed with the launch of the Xbox One. I'm talking about a project that Microsoft is working on for quite some time and that is slowly but steadily coming to fruition. This phrase is the core of what Microsoft is creating. A truly universal across-devices platform. Every device we have from watches and smartphones to PCs to TVs will operate within the same ecosystem, the same apps, the same programs, the same interface. In this platform you will be able to access all your apps, programs, files, media from any device without any limitation other than the size of the screen you are using. EMC accelerates transformation ToPrivate  Cloud Computing  for customers  ... Al-Bawaba EMC today announced new transformational soluti

Lockheed Martin Expands Cloud Computing Services For UK Government

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) UK has expanded its range of cloud computing services available to government customers to include IT service integration and management, known as SIAM in the UK. SIAM enables UK government departments to deliver seamless, end-to-end IT services in a multi-vendor sourcing model. To effectively manage the multi-vendor environment, SIAM is often required to provide architecture design support, service desk implementation and rigorous reporting of management information related to the service. Lockheed Martin UK offers these services through the G-Cloud 3 framework agreement, which succeeds the previous G-Cloud 2 program. "We are applying our strong cyber security expertise to ensure secure cloud computing and help governments realize cost-savings and efficiencies from the use of advanced technologies," said Vicki Schmanske, vice president of information technology and security solutions for Lockheed Martin's Information Systems & G

Kingfisher Airlines Ltd (KFA) EVP Hitesh Patel will leave soon ?

Kingfisher Airlines (KFA) promoter Dr Vijay Mallya's assurances of restarting the grounded airline now seem to be running thin even with his old associates. KFA executive vice-president Hitesh Patel, who joined Mallya nine years ago and was instrumental in the airline's launch in 2005, has put in his papers. Patel was also active in meetings with the directorate general of civil aviation (DGCA) and talking to prospective investors after airline was grounded last October. Mr Hitesh Patel is returning home to New York and will take a much-needed break before resuming work elsewhere. It was not easy facing the ire of employees and scores of other agencies, who have not been paid for months," said sources. It is learnt that Patel stuck to the airline when the management was talking to investors but when nothing seemed to materialize, he decided to call it a day. "The Diageo deal took way too long to be of any help to restarting KFA. Even at this moment, the ai