While the bulk of the enterprise IT market grumbles about the maturity and security of cloud computing services, it looks like the media & entertainment segment is just doing it.
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There are a lot of misconceptions about how to get private cloud right. James Staten clears some of them up.
James Staten calls out a couple of contrasting approaches for users as they give consideration to cloud implementation.
Five percent of enterprise IT ops teams today meet the requirements to have an internal cloud, according to new data from Forrester Research.
VMware's product repackaging and pricing changes are a big win for enterprise customers.
There are more hindrances to AMD’s ability to penetrate the market with its Opteron CPUs; and Intel’s not a fault this time. In an earlier blog post on the AMD-Intel settlement I brought up an example of a type of incompatibility that exists between the two CPU makers that isn’t covered by the settlement – live migration of virtual machines.
The number one challenge in cloud computing today is determining what it really is, what categories of services exist within the definition and business model and how ready these options are for enterprise consumption.
In yesterday’s Forbes.com HP VP and CTO Russ Daniels wrote a short commentary on how cloud computing can help reignite the global economy and his focus is what makes the difference.