This week’s cloud file transfer news on Cloud China…
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It’s been an exciting ride this past year in Cloud China. But before we get swept up in all the new innovations and stories of 2014, we thought it’d be good to do a round-up of the cloud computing in China headlines of 2013.
Meet 7 Startups That Could Define The Chinese Cloud
I recently spent 11 days in Beijing meeting lots of companies trying to make it in cloud computing and big data. Here are seven with which I had a chance to sit down and learn about their businesses and how to sell cloud computing in China. Continue reading
Today, China is the world’s superpower. It is king of the BRIC countries and its growing influence is felt around the world. With a population four times bigger than the US and economic growth consistently around the eight per cent mark, it’s the world’s mightiest country. Continue reading
Whilst recent research has revealed that the take-up of smartphones in China is responsible for the growth of internet usage within the country, China has revealed plans to increase internet speeds for urban areas to 20Mbps by 2015. Continue reading
As we’ve mentioned previously, China has high ambitions when it comes to the cloud and all of the big technology players, such as HP, Microsoft and IBM, are looking to get in on the action to help China to achieve this. Continue reading
The World Investment Report 2012, recently published by the UN Conference on Trade and Development, said that “China is considered as the most favoured investment destination globally, followed by the US and India, showing foreign investors’ confidence in the world’s second-largest economy.” Continue reading
It seems that the Chinese government aren’t the only forward-thinking bodies when it comes to the development of cloud technologies in the country, as it’s now emerged that Chinese telecommunications companies are also investing heavily in promoting cloud. Continue reading
Cloud computing is a hot topic right now and looks likely to continue to be so for some time to come. It has been described as being the technology that will bring such significant changes to the IT industry that we’re looking at something of a revolution in terms of what it can do for both consumers and business models alike. Continue reading