Cloud computing is an increasingly broad topic that encompasses everything from Google Apps to data center services to virtualization to software-, infrastructure- and platform-as-a service. Technology executives are increasingly interested in cloud computing as a way to save money. Nevertheless, cloud adoption remains in the single digits amid security concerns. Rest assured that cloud computing is a game changer. Key players include: IBM, HP, Google, Microsoft, Amazon Web Services, Salesforce.com, NetSuite, VMware as well as dozens of others.
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Microsoft, via its official licensing partner 21Vianet, will offer the public preview version of its platform-as-a-service offering next month as it looks to tap China's cloud computing market potential.
Cloud integrator expands services for organizations that need short-term cloud processing or infrastructure capacity.
UPDATED: NetApp's CEO discusses with ZDNet more about 2014 goals and cost-cutting measures -- including approximately 900 layoffs worldwide.
Microsoft's Xbox One home-entertainment console, available later this year, has ties to Windows 8 and Windows Azure.
Big data buzz is all around us in the data center, in the cloud, and in the news but is it possible that someday we'll use big data at home too? Could be.
"Seamlessness starts with the software-defined datacenter," according to VMware's CEO.
Hortonworks has released its open-source implementation of its Hadoop implementation for Windows, paving the way for Microsoft to deliver its own Hadoop software and services.
The answer is that Yahoo! doesn't expect many Flickr users to use anywhere near the 1TB they are offering.
Over the past two years, the cloud integrator has added 50 new jobs across the United States.
The category, dubbed iPaaS, uses Tibco's Cloud Bus to integrate software as a service applications along with on-premise software.
While all the focus has been on Microsoft pulling the plug on Windows XP support, next April is also going to be zero hour for the veteran email server.
Dell gives its infrastructure as a service ambitions the flick.
After previously dismissing data sovereignty as a non-issue, Australian customers will have the option to consume Windows Azure services through local datacentres, at some unknown point in the future.
No one in the industry is talking about any fears they may be having about the cloud -- at least not out loud.
ManageEngine, which develops a broad range of automation and monitoring tools, adds extensive cloud services and apps support to password service software.