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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AMD's chief information officer tells ZDNet how his company's efforts to compete amid financial downturn rest on its innovation efforts, because the chipmaker can't innovate without a solid internal IT system.
The company launched Salesforce Developers, which aims to make it easier to find documentation, peer help, and other resources.
Icehouse, the newest version of the leading open source cloud OpenStack, is now ready for users.
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