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The outline of posting in “Japan Clouds” January 2010

Posted in .Chronicle by japanclouds on January 31, 2010

Four months have passed since this site started. It was interested in the point in what kind of interest overseas people have in Cloud computing of Japan. It is the height of the concern about a governmental policy, and the concern about local government cloud which is felt for No. 1. Even in the Japanese market, Windows Azure has started and Salesforce has also expanded the share. I am glad, if you continue and being got interested in Japanese Cloud. The following is a wrap up the posts in January. Please enjoy!


01: A Happy New Year
04: RICOH will provide a cloud printing solution
04: Fujitsu will provide “Interstage Business Process Manager V11” in this month
04: Keio University supports Otaki village for their sightseeing biz
04: NTT Data announced to launch a joint venture in Tianjin China
04: NTT Data announced to launch a joint venture in Tianjin China
06: CTC started "ePromo" as a TransPromo compliant service
11: A subsidiary of Fujitsu has chosen Google Apps
12: What’s the Biz Hosting Global in NTT Com?
12: NTT Smart Connect shakes hands with Ooyala
13: A standard specification for local government clouds
13: Microsoft will provide an another cloud with IIJ?
13: NTT Data Intra Mart and NTT Com will deliver cloud style mail services
13: KDDI Web Communications will shake hands with Google
13: Will Nagasaki provide their government cloud to other prefectures?
14: IBM Japan established a cloud division for the promotion
14: Oita and Miyazaki prefectures employee two of local IT shops
15: Brain Child and NIC will build a cloud test center in Vietnam
15: Panasonic changes from Microsoft Exchange to IBM LotusLive
18: Softbank supplies "White Plan" into the Japanese cloud market
18: etolabo provided a distributed KVS "kumofs" as OSS
19: Japanese Cabinet Office builds a national opinion interview site with cloud
19: Marubeni dives into their private cloud
19: Otsuka will launch a private cloud for small and middle customers
21: Miyazaki and Oita prefectures start the local government cloud sharing
22: Otsuka cooperates with KDDI in their private cloud businesses
22: NTT Data announced the outline of their BizCloud
25: NEC will provide the introduction support service for Microsoft’s BPOS
25: Mitsubishi Research Institute DCS utilizes "IBM CloudBurst" of IBM Japan
27: KDDI is utilizing an overseas data center and builds Cloud between international
28: NRI invests 20 billion yen into their new cloud data center

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