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Unitrends has bought NICTA's cloud technology firm, Yuruware, for its patent-protected technology to give its customers data protection flexibility.
Patent no. 8661547 describes a technology that safeguards cloud services against false information that might be sent to them from cybercriminals.
IBM researchers have cooked up InterCloud, a patent pending approach, designed to add resiliency to cloud computing and better protect information.
According to Big Blue, its invention should pave the way for more efficient software defined networking and allow cloud systems to better handle bursts.
Patent application describes delivery of another identity factor just as cloud services make push for strong authentication.
Cloud provider Rackspace is suing what it sees as one of the biggest patent trolls in the United States in a move to stop the organisation from launching more lawsuits.
Cloud computing proliferates, drawing attention to old tech patents. Can caching methods be patented? We'll find out.
The pact with China Standard Software aims to provide interoperability between Hyper-V Open Cloud and the Chinese company's Linux server product, with patent protection for CS2C's customers
Microsoft has applied for a patent for 'augmented reality cloud computing' that appears to cover the functionality used in popular mobile augmented reality apps such as Layar.US patent application number 20100257252, published on Thursday, was applied for on 1 April 2009.
The two companies are tussling over ownership of cloud and web technologies, with each now involved in a patent infringement lawsuit against the other
Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff commented on the Microsoft patent suit and didn't hold much back. He said Microsoft was a patent "alley thug" ready to sue other cloud providers.
The US Patent and Trademark Office has given Dell a further six months to justify any award of a trademark for the term 'cloud computing'
The Patent and Trademark Office has officially refused to grant Dell a trademark on the term "cloud computing," as News.com posts.
The World Wide Web Consortium is close to finalizing the new SOAP specification, but intellectual property issues could throw a wrench in the process.
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