Cloud Priorities is ZDNet's global research study reporting on current cloud adoption and future cloud initiatives. Connecting with ZDNet's audience across North America, Europe, Asia, Australia & New Zealand, India, China and Korea, Cloud Priorities aims to uncover the true picture of cloud usage and the reasons businesses are moving to cloud. Topics covered include private and hybrid cloud, IaaS, PaaS and SaaS. Insights areas include cloud budgets, business objectives, priority cloud applications and favoured cloud service providers.
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Software vendor still needs to grow its channel capacity to support the delivery of Azure services and push more applications to be certified to run on its cloud platform, says Asia-Pacific exec.
With just one person to watch over about 100 workstations and servers, Central Bank & Trust sought a security option that could be used centrally across its five locations.
Amazon Web Services is ramping its cloud efforts in China, but IBM is looking to leverage years of partnerships and distribution to defend its turf.
One thing Apple is doing right — partly — is the password manager functionality built into Keychain in iOS 7 and Mavericks. Nobody does it completely right, and right now it's probably impossible to do so. But there is a way to make it all work.
The elite Salesforce and ServiceNow partner, and two-time Google Enterprise Partner of the Year has earned G-cloud iv specialist status.
The cloud services giant pledges to begin providing services out of China for the first time, pledging the country is an "important long-term market".
Kinesis pricing is set up on a "pay-as-you" go scale, starting at $0.015 at an hourly shard rate of one megabyte per second of data.
Long-time SOA proponent Jason Bloomberg sees rise of API economy, trouble ahead for OpenStack, and a new pass at PaaS.
Cisco has long invested in virtual desktops and now, with the help of Citrix and VMware, it's trying a new cloud-based approach.
OpenStack is an open source cloud services platform that has gathered quite a bit of attention and investment. eNovance believes that its "factory" approach to creating customized OpenStack platforms can make the creation and deployment of private, public and hybrid clouds easy.
Although you're like to cut your IT budget somewhat by putting technology into the cloud, only a quarter of small and midsize companies expect to save more than $500 per year.
If you are looking to replace Yammer, Microsoft Office, Salesforce, Dropbox, Basecamp and Skype with a single out-of-the-box collaboration solution then you might want to have a look at Bitrix
China Mobile and China Unicom unveils plans to invest US$1.15 billion to construct cloud computing facilities in Guizhou Province.
Businesses can no longer sell a product or service and move on. No matter if it is subscription, utility, freemium or any other kind of pay as you go model, companies earn a lot more keeping a customer as a revenue stream.
The deal will see the Australian telco giant quickly expand its datacentre footprint across the nation.