ITBusinessNet.com Launches Cloud Computing site
New Cloud Computing technology site is officially open
March 24, 2011 --
DMO (Digital Media Online) has launched Cloud.ITBusinessNet.com, the latest member of the Digital Media Online portfolio of publications. HTTP://Cloud.ITBusinessNet.com becomes part of the companies growing B2B publication portfolio. DMO now offers six distinct portal communities with more than 125 sites, including DigitalMediaNet.com (DMN), BroadcastNewsroom.com (BN), ConsumerElectronicsNet.com (CEN), ITBusinessNet.com (IBN), www.TheUSDaily.com and The BlogZone (http://Blogs.DigitalMediaOnlineInc.com).
The Cloud.ITBusinessNet.com com site provides news and articles on the hottest IT topic, cloud computing. Cloud computing refers to the provision of computational resources on demand via a network. Cloud computing offers computer application developers and users an abstract view of services that simplifies and ignores much of the details and inner workings. Cloud computing is computation, software, data access, and storage services that do not require end-user knowledge of the physical location and configuration of the system that delivers the services.
"People are increasingly relying on internet-based news services to stay on top of what is happening here and around the world," said Lou Wallace, CEO of Digital Media Online. "ITBusinessNet's Cloud site has been designed to be both comprehensive and easy to use."
About Digital Media Online
Digital Media Online (http://www.DigitalMediaOnlineInc.com), is the leading online publisher for the digital media, broadcast, consumer electronics and IT/Enterprise industry, with six distinct portals and more than 125 online publications and newsletters. DMO sites receive more than 500,000 visitors each month.
Through the six main portals, TheUSDaily.com, DigitalMediaNet.com (DMN), ConsumerElectronicsNet.com (CEN), ITBusinessNet.com (IBN), BroadcastNewsroom.com (BN), and the Blog Zone (BZ, http://Blogs.DigitalMediaOnlineInc.com), DMO serves distinct market segments. These include national and international news, enterprise issues such as networking, security, storage, software development and business applications, consumer electronics topics such as digital photography, DVD production, digital audio and home office, and broadcast and post production topics such as streaming media, storage, digital video, animation, special effects, desktop publishing, graphic design, audio, CAD, workstations, game development, and film production.
DMO editorial resources include breaking technology and product news, tutorials, product reviews, blogs, wiki tips, white papers, research, directories, classified ads, plus royalty-free stock content, such as 3D models, digital video, animation, photographs, digital art, sound effects, and music.