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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Survey by the IBM Institute for Business Value finds impressive payoffs from IT-LOB collaboration.
Specialisation reaps rewards in the cloud information management market, according to IntelligenceBank, reports David Hassan.
The self-described 'productivity and platforms' company is championing this week some cross-divisional projects meant to show how enterprise and consumer tech can be combined to create new kinds of apps and services.
Microsoft is rolling out new OneNote features for iPhones, iPads and Macs, as well as first steps on the promised support for OneDrive for Business for Macs.
Rackspace plans to utilize encryption and key management services from Vormetric's Transparent Encryption solution.
Hybrid cloud, and its unique combination of on-premise and off-premise solutions, is growing in popularity, as shown in a new Tech Pro Research survey and the resulting research report.
The aim of DARPA's CORONET project, which included IBM, AT&T, Applied Communications Sciences and others, was to create technology that could string together cloud networks on the fly to keep the Internet and government running.
Rackspace's senior product director touted the expanded support should make "scaling and performance problems a thing of the past."
Amazon's earnings spurred a flurry of worry about Amazon Web Services' growth. The larger takeaway that the cloud service game is maturing.
Home security will be the top area of expansion in the fast-growing 'connected home' IoT market for internet service providers and telecommunications companies alike, according to a new report by Ovum.
When mining giant Rio Tinto decided to spin off Pacific Aluminium into a stand-alone company, the IT team's first priority was a new service desk system to facilitate the transition to new IT systems and post-migration service management.
The Australian Centre for Advanced Computing and Communications, now known as ac3, was founded in 2000 by the New South Wales (NSW) government in partnership with eight universities, reports David Hazan.
Leveraging its recently signed deal with AARNet, Amcom Telecommunications has signed a contract agreement to assist Melbourne University in providing cloud-based unified communications solution to 13,000 users.
The so-called Internet of Things gains traction, with two out of five developers looking at the possibilities.
The worldwide cloud services market has already become a battlefield for the big guys, with little leeway for small companies to barge in. Korean start-up ASD Technologies disagrees, and vows to take on Dropbox, reports ZDNet Korea’s Cho Mu-hyun.