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Fitness Classes Online Are Perfect for Winter!

Do you want to stay in shape but don’t feel too motivated to leave the house? Online fitness classes can be an excellent option especially now in the colder time of the year.

What so good about these online fitness classes is that they are often held by renowned major fitness studios so you know that the teachers are actually qualified. If you look around on the internet, you can find a good number of professional online fitness classes from many known fitness studios, not only from the UK but also from elsewhere.

You can find yoga classes, pilates or classic fitness routines if you want to lose some weight, courses for muscle building and many more.

Some of those online fitness classes may charge a fee if you want to attend them, but you can also find some free videos with fitness lessons if you look around on YouTube or other video websites. These free fitness classes are often less comprehensive but  they’re still good to tie you over until spring.

If you happen to be in East London, you may want to check out Hackney exercise,  this is one of the fitness gyms that I recommend. I like their many different types of fitness classes and the fact that they have very knowledgeable and helpful trainers. If you ask me, London Fields is probably one of the best fitness gyms I found in the last years, at least here in East London.

Oracle Says 95% of Its Services Will Be Cloud-based This Year

According to Oracle’s CEO Mark Hurd the company plans to make all its software products available as cloud services. Consumers can expect being able to subscribe to their services by the end of the year.

These news had been revealed in an interview with Bloomberg this past Thursday. The launch of the cloud-based services will be right at the time where Oracle hosts their annual open world conference.

As of now, about 65% of Oracle’s services are available as cloud services. By October this number will be up to 95%.

With that move, Oracle goes in a similar direction as competitor Microsoft. Microsoft too expanded its datacentre infrastructure in the last two years in an attempt to transition from a business that sells software to one that rents out applications in the cloud.

Another company that is focusing at cloud services, along with Microsoft and Oracle is Adobe.