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CRN Tech News Exposes the Market Opportunities in Cloud Computing

Articles dissect major cloud service providers Amazon, Google and Rackspace

FRAMINGHAM, Mass., Nov. 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- UBM Channel's CRN today announced a series of exclusive stories focused on exposing the market opportunities in cloud computing. CRN found that the big cloud service providers including Amazon, Google, Rackspace and technology vendors HP, IBM and Microsoft, simply cannot service businesses alone due to the complexity of the market. The content goes on to dissect the individual providers and highlight how partners can take advantage to not only succeed, but prosper. To read the full stories, download the CRN Tech News app for iPad via the Apple app store.

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CRN Tech News features 7 exclusive cloud stories including:

  • How Partners Can Succeed in the Cloud
  • Amazon Web Services - 'The Market Is Huge'
  • HP Starting Late But Gaining On The Pack
  • IBM SmartCloud Reaches Out To Partners
  • Google  - 'This Is Our Business'
  • Microsoft Azure Rakes In Customers
  • ProfitBricks – New Kid On The Block

CRN Tech News  
The CRN Tech news app was designed for "Road Warriors" who need access to mobile content and tools to better run their business, and also for investigative news fans interested in learning more about the IT channel's big picture.  Each week, CRN Tech news users can expect hard hitting, in-depth feature stories, executive profiles and video interviews, featuring the most influential companies and individuals in the IT market today.  To download the new CRN app, search "CRN Tech News" in the iPad App store or go directly to the app download page.

About UBM Channel  
UBM Channel is the premier provider of IT channel-focused events, media, research, consulting, and sales and marketing services. With more than 30 years of experience and engagement, UBM Channel has the unmatched channel expertise to execute integrated solutions for technology executives, managing partner recruitment, enablement and go-to-market strategy in order to accelerate technology sales. UBM Channel is a UBM company. To learn more about UBM Channel, visit us at http://www.ubmchannel.com. Follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/ubmchannel.

UBM plc (www.ubm.com
UBM plc is a leading global business media company. We inform markets and bring the world's buyers and sellers together at events, online, in print and provide them with the information they need to do business successfully. We focus on serving professional commercial communities, from doctors to game developers, from journalists to jewellery traders, from farmers to pharmacists around the world. Our 6,000 staff in more than 30 countries are organised into specialist teams that serve these communities, helping them to do business and their markets to work effectively and efficiently.

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Betzi Hanc, Senior Marketing Manager
UBM Channel Events
508.416.1182
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