New research shows that cloud offers IT a means to communicate with users, be responsive, and gain relevancy.
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New research on cloud adoption brings forth significant perception gaps between business executives and IT leadership.
Although cloud computing holds the promise of innovation and business transformation, buyers remain focused on cost and are confused over license models.
New survey research adds to our understanding of cloud growth and discusses areas of concern among business adopters of cloud computing.
Here are seven ideas to help you choose a professional services company for your cloud implementation.
Recently updated research from NIST helps CIOs cut through the fear, uncertainty, and doubt of vendor hype about cloud computing.
Among the various activities in which I participated at NetSuite's SuiteWorld conference, was a panel discussion for NetSuite customers. Here's a video recording.
Following a recent panel discussion, that I moderated, on the broad impacts of cloud computing, Salesforce.com executive, John Taschek, conducted a video interview/debate with yours truly.
The cloud is pushing profound shifts in computing, the enterprise, and even our culture. Economics has an important to play in these changes.
As cloud computing gains mainstream adoption, vendors are jostling for position to gain ownership over the "true meaning of cloud." It's a sign the market is growing and maturing.