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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Cloud accounting provider FreshBooks has secured US$30 million in first round funding, with the company’s founder and CEO Mike McDerment today telling users that the company is ready for its "next phase of growth".
Sliced Tech gains federal government clients, aims to grow its government and enterprise user base, reports David Hazan.
Oracle has released its clone of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.
Perth-based Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider, Zettagrid, says its focus is offering fully automated cloud services, reports David Hazan.
Virtualisation and cloud infrastructure provider says that new centre emphasises supports its hybrid cloud credentials.
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.
Despite being accused of being "hostile to privacy", Dropbox has announced new features to Dropbox for Business that helps businesses ensure their data is safe and secure.
SAP has been moving its enterprise suite to the cloud for some time, and now it's embracing the open source cloud.
Rotten or patchy broadband signal at home or at work could be a thing of the past if Vodafone's Open Sure Signal project can prove its worth.
A public listing in the United States is on the cards for New Zealand cloud accounting provider Xero, with chairman Chris Liddell today telling investors that listing on a US exchange would be a "logical step" for the company.
Company executive expects to repeat results seen in other countries.
Microsoft still is an enterprise-driven company, even if management wants to do its best to deny that fact. Just look at its fourth quarter fiscal 2014 earnings for proof.
UPDATED: Wall Street was expecting earnings of at least 79 cents per share on a revenue of $1.44 billion.
Despite nearing the dead middle of summer, it's already been a big time for big data at Oracle.
Main memory is all the same. But why? All data is not created equal, so why is memory? Another reason the cloud is winning.