Eric Schmidt argues that the competition between Android and iOS is brutal and benefits the world. But is this small screen skirmish really the battle of computing? Where does the cloud and social play into the mix?
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In other words, Red Hat is moving from Linux to OpenStack as its primary breadwinner.
Sponsored by Redhat and Intel
Government agencies across the globe are tapping into the benefits of cloud computing. Is hybrid the best option for these organizations?
The latest release of Ubuntu Server is heavily focused on supporting cloud and scale-out computing platforms.
Timesharing used to be the way to share the resources of a single system. It was replaced by client/server computing but suppliers of VDI technology are looking to dig up the past.
The two computing pioneers will see benefits from the relationship, not least NetSuite's push to give Dell a better enterprise focus now it's gone private.
Lenovo's spent more than $5 billion in the past week to become relevant in the low-end server and mobile handset markets. While its surging tablet business is still just a drop in the bucket, this multipronged attack could reap huge benefits in emerging markets.
The Raspberry Pi has found its way in to the hobbyist market for computing, but it is also very capable for other business and personal use as well. An extremely low power draw, small form factor, no noise, solid state storage, and other features make it an attractive solution for a small and lightweight server.
HP tries to capitalise on changing computing demands as it expands its Moonshot server range, designed to tackle hyperscale computing needs.
Cloud computing---as well as contract manufacturers selling to cloud providers---are hurting server sales and the pain is likely to continue.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau has gone to market to assess a refresh of its Windows-based server and desktop computing needs.
Having seen the benefits from server virtualization, enterprises are now asking for virtualization to move into networking and storage, says VMware's Asia-Pacific head.
Forrester estimates the US cloud computing industry could lose up to $180 billion by 2016 thanks to the NSA's PRISM project - but only if you believe that concerns about government spying trump the business benefits of going cloud.
As more technologies become available, they become more accessible and cheaper for small and medium-sized businesses to obtain, as evidenced by a TechRepublic survey.
Price cuts for AWS' MySQL, Oracle and SQL Server services highlight how the cloud computing war revolves around pricing and scale.
Last week I had a typical conversation with a very successful IT executive. I had just presented benefits of a cloud computing solution, and he was excited about it, but explained he wouldn’t be able to start for a couple of years.
A server rack maker shares how it leveraged a government grant to access high-performance computing services to slash its product development time from up to two years to as fast as 3 months.
AMD is the first to unveil its Open Compute Project "open source" motherboard. Called the Open 3.0, the board is suitable for cloud server, storage servers, and high-performance computing clusters.
Microsoft is making generally available its latest high-performance-computing software that provides support for Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012, among other features.
The release of Samba 4 will no doubt cut into Windows server business somewhat, but its interoperability capabilities will ease administrative and vendor support costs and preserve Windows servers and clients in the long run as open source transforms enterprise computing
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