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How Rackspace Managed Cloud Extends Your IT Team

Cloud Industry Insights by Joseph Palumbo – September 21st, 2012

With Rackspace Managed Cloud, we can truly be an extension of your IT team.

Rackspace Weekly Digest: Friday, September 21

Cloud Industry Insights by Andrew Hickey – September 21st, 2012

This week saw Rackspace take on patent trolls, hand off OpenStack to an independent foundation, launch Windows Server 2012 support and more. Check it out in the Rackspace Weekly Digest.

Three Benefits Of Pod Architecture For SaaS

Cloud Industry Insights by Kevin Holmes – September 20th, 2012

We find that pod architecture is a great fit for SaaS applications at Rackspace, especially those that need maximum flexibility to accommodate various user types. Find out what pod architecture is and if it’s right for your application.

Cue: Know What’s Next

Small Teams, Big Impact by Robert Scoble – September 20th, 2012

Get the most out of your day with Cue. Keep up with work, life, and the daily events you care about. Cue turns the accounts you depend on, like email, contacts and calendar, into an intelligent snapshot of your day. Cue surfaces the right details at the right time, so you’ll always be one step […]

Rackspace Startup Program Insider: Dirk Elmendorf On Loving Technology And Startups

Partner & Customer Updates by John McKenna – September 20th, 2012

Rackspace co-founder and entrepreneur Dirk Elmendorf talks about what startups mean to Rackspace.

Why Moving To The Cloud Is Not All Or Nothing

Cloud Industry Insights by Jeff Kaplan – September 20th, 2012

Cloud computing isn’t an either/or proposition, but its benefits are too big to ignore.

Container-Based Virtualization And CPU-Intensive Cloud Databases

Product & Development by Rackspace Blogger – September 19th, 2012

Rackspace Cloud Databases uses a container-based virtualization architecture. Check out this short video to learn more.

First Look at Great New Contour Sports Camera

Small Teams, Big Impact by Robert Scoble – September 19th, 2012

You’ve seen the new GoPros nearly everywhere. Plus Sony and others are getting into the sports camera business, but don’t miss Contour. It has the best new sports cam on the market. Easiest to use. Best quality. Best wireless features built in. It’s so nice that Apple picked it as its favorite sports cam and […]

Reap Wins Two Awards at Techcrunch Disrupt Hackathon and Leads the Way into Contextual Shopping Age

Small Teams, Big Impact by Robert Scoble – September 19th, 2012

Srinivasan Sriram, of Reap and his team won two awards at  Techcrunch Disrupt 2012 Hackathon, with his Shopping Sherpa app, and is one of the first users of Qualcomm’s Gimbal SDK, which lets developers add contextual features. So it was very interesting to sit down with Sriram and talk about what his app does and […]

Bringing Diversity to Engineering Teams: Code2040

Small Teams, Big Impact by Robert Scoble – September 19th, 2012

Here’s an organization actually doing something about the lack of diversity on software engineering teams. Code2040 matches high performing black and latino undergraduate and graduate software engineering students with with San Francisco/Silicon Valley based startups. Amy Quispe, from Carnegie Mellon University’s computer science program, and Laura Weidman Powers, executive director, of Code 2040, talk with […]

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