Verizon Enterprise Solutions has announced the launch of Verizon Cloud Marketplace, the company’s online storefront for cloud-based services. As of the launch, the Cloud Marketplace features pre-built cloud services from several partner companies, including AppDynamics, Hitachi Data Systems, Juniper Networks (JNPR), pfSense and Tervela.
Tomorrow, Verizon will be launching what it is deeming a “game changer.” According to various reports, the carrier will unveil its More Everything plans. These plans will allow for customers part of the Edge program to obtain higher data caps at a reduced price. Having 8GB or less will save you $10 and 10GB or more will retain $20.
Verizon Communications Inc. and Intel today announced an agreement for Verizon to purchase from Intel the assets of Intel Media, a business division dedicated to the development of Cloud TV products and services.
The need to integrate mainstream enterprise applications such as ERP and CRM with unified communications services and make them accessible from any device, anywhere will drive all these applications into the cloud over the next few years, according to Verizon Business' UC practice manager, Ben Green.
AT&T wants to break into the cloud storage business with their new AT&T Locker service, a cloud-based file storage that’s marketed as an easy way to share your personal files. The service is available only to AT&T customers and offers features and pricing fairly similar to Dropbox and Google Drive.
Swapped my S3 to get the new G3 in black for a few days now and I am absolutely loving it. I did notice a few things, which were peculiar and wonder if everyone shares the experience or is it just me.
I. When on speaker during a call, the loudspeaker volume is too low. I have tried checking the voice enhancement feature in call settings and yes of course had the volume full to no effect.