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Open Text software license sales miss forecasts

(Reuters) - Business software maker Open Text Corp <OTC.TO> <OTEX.N> earned less in long-term license fees than analysts had expected in the fourth quarter, sending its shares down 5 percent after the bell. Full story

SEC investigates IBM's cloud computing revenue

IBM says federal regulators are looking into how the company reports sales for its cloud-computing business. Full story

Can Backwards Compatibility Save the PC?

It's going to take more than that. Full story

Deutsche Boerse to launch Cloud Exchange to trade computing power

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German financial markets operator Deutsche Boerse is planning to commoditize computing power with the launch early next year of the world's first independent exchange for trading cloud computing capacity. Full story

Analysis: Oracle's sales miss magnifies fears about cloud missteps

BOSTON (Reuters) - "What the hell is cloud computing?" Oracle Corp <ORCL.O> Chief Executive Larry Ellison said during a diatribe against the whole concept at an investor Q&A in 2008. Full story

Analysis: European cloud computing firms see silver lining in PRISM scandal

PARIS/LONDON (Reuters) - France has its "Sovereign Cloud" project while across the Rhine data firms have created the label "Cloud Services: Made in Germany", all trying to reassure big companies that their information is stored away from the prying eyes of U.S. spies. Full story

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BRICs still lag in annual cloud computing scorecard

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  Big Data Drives SAP Growth: CEO

Bill McDermott, Co-CEO of SAP, discusses how cloud computing, mobile use, and SAP's HANA software is driving the company's growth

  At VMware: Changing of the Chiefs

Paul Maritz, VMware CEO, and Patrick Gelsinger, VMware incoming CEO, talk about the change in leadership at the tech company and the future of cloud computing, with CNBC's Jon Fortt.

  SAP Co-CEO: European Crisis, Germany & Acquisitions

German business giant SAP continues to lead the country's strong economy,. The company's co-CEO, Bill McDermott, provides perspective on the state of Europe's economy and SAP's plans to expand in the cloud computing and mobile markets.

  Cloud Computing: Sky's the Limit?

Lanham Napier, Rackspace Hosting president & CEO, discusses the future of cloud computing and why this technology provides an opportunity for entrepreneurs.

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An employee of  Deutsche Telekom AG sits at her working desk symbolizing the use of cloud computing at the booth of IBM at the CeBit computer fair in Hanover
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An employee of Deutsche Telekom AG sits at her working desk symbolizing the use of cloud computing at the booth of IBM at the CeBit computer fair in Hanover March, 5, 2013. The biggest fair of its kind open its doors to the public on March 5 and will run till March 9, 2013. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch