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Top 10 Articles in Geospatial Cloud Computing

Friday, December 20th 2013

Summary: Cloud computing is ubiquitous, so much so that today it's just "computing." In geospatial technology it's merely a part of the software infrastructure that comprises a solution, a workflow. Here we present the top 10 cloud computing (computing?) artilces from 2013 that have been published on our Directions on Cloud Computing Channel.

Here are our top 10 cloud computing articles

  1. Is it Time for SaaS GIS in the Cloud?

  2. Partly Cloudy: Real World Tales of Geo Migration to Amazon AWS - Wisconsin State Cartographers Office

  3. Microsoft Adds More Features to Bing Spatial Data Services and Offers Sample Augmented Reality Windows App

  4. Autodesk Goes All in on Cloud

  5. Designing Electrical Networks in the Cloud

  6. GIS, Mapping and the Internet of Things

  7. What is the Google Maps Engine Public Data Program?

  8. Oracle Database 12c Features New Geospatial Functionality

  9. Moving from Manifold IMS to CartoDB and Leaflet

  10. Google Announces Maps Engine API

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