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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Storage, backup and security appliance provider Barracuda Networks will launch an Australia-based cloud service within months as it upscales its international investment to support the extension of its core capabilities into the cloud.
The "cloud father" also shares some lessons to be learned from the evidently winning strategy at Amazon Web Services.
Workday's chief offers suggestions for the best approach for dumping legacy systems for the cloud.
Microsoft is actually listening and responding to customer feedback. That's a refreshing change from the policies of some divisions over the last few years.
Wondering which Microsoft apps and services are validated and supported on Windows Azure for running in virtual machine? Here's the list.
An enraged Dotcom says European web hosting company LeaseWeb is guilty of 'the largest data massacre in the history of the internet'.
"For a long time in this industry, we just sat around for a more efficient processor to come out and put that on a motherboard. Those days are over," according to an AMD executive.
With more than $4.45 billion in annual sales, the reseller has close ties to Amazon Web Services, Cisco, Dell, Microsoft, Symantec, and VMware.
The service provider has nabbed $8 million in venture funding, bringing its total backing to $39.5 million.
Offshore outsourcing may begin to lose its appeal as technology management is increasingly automated.
Hardware, Mark Hurd, open source databases and cloud computing are among the big question marks that need to be answered for Oracle.
As more cloud providers set up shop in Australia, local organisations are getting more comfortable with adopting cloud services, according to IBM.
Mobile banking boosts customer transaction levels, but its impersonality erodes relationships — and opens big-bank customers to poaching from smaller, nimbler opponents. ANZ CIO Anne Weatherston explains how one of the Asia-Pacific region's largest banks is fighting back.
UPDATED: Adobe CEO's comments hint at customer (dis)satisfaction over jump from desktop to cloud versions of the Creative Suite.
Blue Marble Media in Atlanta has been using so-called spot-buying capabilities on the Ariba Network and Ariba Discovery to find new sales channels and new clients in the cloud.