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Vidyo is bringing its video-collaboration technology to the cloud. Vidyo officials on Nov. 8 unveiled the Virtualized VidyoRouter, an all-software version of its Vidyo Router appliance that can be run on virtual machines from the likes of VMware and be deployed in hybrid, private or public clouds, such as Amazon Web Services. The offering greatly expands the reach of video conferencing and can drive down both the capital and operational expenses associated with the technology, according to Mark Noble, director of product marketing for Vidyo.
As the final question of the Web 2.0 Summit Dick Costolo speaker dinner, O’Reilly writer Alex Howard asked about when Twitter users will be able to access their Twitter histories, “I’ve got 49,119 tweets and 1/4 as many DMs, if Google has a Data Liberation Front, and 30% of your team is former Googlers, shouldn’t you guys be working on something similar?” While services like Backupify do provide a similar function, Howard is right.