In this ancient fable, find out how three little clouds fared when they set off to make their fortune, leaving behind the familiar enterprise network where they'd grown up.
Software as Services
In the best-informed blog on software-as-a-service and on-demand business applications, Phil Wainewright cuts through the vendor spin, analyzes the trends to watch and adds his thought-provoking insights.
Since 1998, Phil Wainewright has been a thought leader in cloud computing as a blogger, analyst and consultant.
Remember Buzzword? If Adobe's previous SaaS acquisitions are anything to go by, today's news is less cause for celebration than commiseration with EchoSign's users and fans over the next few years.
Why are VMware and Citrix, the two biggest technology beasts of the cloud infrastructure layer, not making their presence felt in the SaaS vendor community, even though they clearly have a huge role to play in its fortunes?
To insist on a private SaaS instance dedicated just for your own use is exactly the same as going to deposit your money in a bank but insisting the bank never lends it out to anyone else.
Winners of the EuroCloud Awards for customer success stories provide some valuable case studies for policy makers in Europe to consider as they open up public consultation on a strategy for cloud computing
The paradox at the heart of 'public' cloud provision is that any provider has to own and manage their own private cloud to deliver a secure, reliable service.
SAP served up an insight into the principles behind its on-demand strategy in a keynote at EuroCloud's annual member congress this week in Luxembourg.
Effortless integration with partner cloud applications could give Intuit's ecosystem a big economic advantage in the small business market. Does that mean everyone will end up converging on the vendor's business data model?
Despite the increasing prevalence of cloud services, many of us remain naive about the necessary steps we should take to keep our online assets secure. These five simple guidelines will go a long way towards helping you keep online threats at bay.
Recent possible security breaches at Lockheed Martin have highlighted how connected even the most security conscious enterprises have to be. You can't isolate your business from the cloud, you have to co-exist with it