Although it's possible to make substantial savings with cloud migrations, an unfavourable contract can spoil everything.
By Stephen Withers
| July 7, 2011 -- 21:45 GMT (14:45 PDT)
| Topic: Cloud
Ditching your in-house IT
Sick of consulting? Develop software
Melbourne AFL club climbs ladder with IT
Microsoft Tech.Ed 2010 goes IPv6
Microsoft starts rolling out Google G Suite to Office 365 migration tools
Microsoft's promised automated tools for migrating users from G Suite to Office 365 are rolling out over 'the coming weeks.'
Some internet outages predicted for the coming month as '768k Day' approaches
768k Day expected within the month, reminiscent of 512k Day when AT&T, BT, Comcast, Sprint, and Verizon all went down.
Zoom's IPO opens at an eye-popping $65 per share
The cloud enterprise video communication company drummed up major market excitement as a Silicon Valley unicorn that has actually turned a profit.
Atlassian Q3 solid, shares down on mixed guidance
The collaboration and productivity software company reported strong customer momentum in the third quarter.
Ubuntu 19.04 comes refreshed with the Linux 5.0 kernel
Both the Ubuntu Linux desktop and server come with significant updates.
SAP veteran Robert Enslin joins Google Cloud
IoT development matures, according to Eclipse Foundation survey
Most IoT developers are focused on commercial projects based on Linux, ARM and a heavy dose of security concerns.
What Zoom's IPO says about the video collaboration space
IT spending in 2019 revised down amid data center woes
Gartner said currency fluctuations will ding global IT spending, but the data center market will contract.