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Cloud.com

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Cloud.com software stack goes open source

VMops rebrands itself as Cloud.com and releases an open-source offering for home-grown cloud infrastructure.

By May 4, 2010

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Salesforce.com, Oracle merge clouds in nine-year deal

In a nine-year deal, the Salesforce.com and Oracle clouds -- including applications, platform, and infrastructure -- will be integrated.

By June 25, 2013

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Why Box.com is king of enterprise cloud storage

Dropbox and Google Drive may get the ink, but in enterprise cloud storage, no one may be more important than Box.com. CNET sat down with CEO Aaron Levie to talk about the future of the business.

By May 15, 2012

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Box.net and Salesforce.com cloud-to-cloud integration

Box.net's direct support for Salesforce.com is a glimpse into the way enterprises will manage their data in the future.

By October 23, 2009

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VMware, Salesforce.com to offer in-cloud Java

Two tech companies are in an alliance to offer a Java programming foundation over the Internet. A preview version should arrive in 2010.

By April 27, 2010

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HP aims for networking cloud with 3Com buy

Hewlett-Packard says it plans to acquire the maker of network switching and routing products in a deal valued at $2.7 billion.

By November 11, 2009

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Amazon.com invests in another 'cloud'

Elastra, which provides a scalable database that's stored on Amazon's Web Services, has raised $12 million in series B funding from investors, including Amazon.

By August 5, 2008

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Salesforce.com adds Twitter to cloud services

The company's Service Cloud 2 option brings Twitter-based customer service options to its clients now and will bring knowledge bases and forums later.

By September 9, 2009

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Salesforce.com squeezes $1B from the cloud

The company boasts of becoming the first company to make $1 billion in revenue in a year from cloud computing--but lowered its forecast.

By February 25, 2009

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Salesforce.com rolls out Service Cloud

While the details of the Service Cloud seem a bit fuzzy, the main pitch here is that Salesforce.com is trying to link up social networking and customer service.

By January 15, 2009