Did you miss anything good this week in cloud and tech news? It’s getting steamy in the cloud – catch up on this week’s trending discussions on new cloud-based applications, the video gaming industry, and the debate concerning Microsoft.
George Crump claims that the bigger challenge is recovery, when it concerns the debate on cloud backup versus tape.
Jack Clark translates what Box, cloud based document sharing service, is trying to accomplish with its recent product updates.
Mike Elgan is getting iSerious about Apple’s iBeacon – a new super location system.
This is excellent coverage on how iBeacon works:
What is iBeacon, and why might it be an NFC killer? http://t.co/lRzCbYm4mF
— GigaOM (@gigaom) September 14, 2013
Kevin Fitchard says Telenav is taking on a pioneering stance in the market with crowdsourced maps.
In response to Valve CEO and Founder Gabe Newell keynote speech at Linuxcon, Alex Williams thinks Linux will be at its core if Valve launches a Steam Box, a gaming hardware systems.
Stacey Higginbotham notes that the problem lies in the fact that video delivery on the web is fragmented.
Gregg Keizer showcases a few people who has weighed in on Microsoft, Steve Ballmer, and Windows, Office updates.
Microsoft’s Mobile Catch-22: Matt Asay says no wonder Microsoft is confused.
Bob Plankers walks through storage being the main pain point for a virtualization admin to how caching as a service came about for this year.
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By Isabella Lam