After all the talk of open source clouds news from the past few weeks, VMware officials have finally responded.
Vetting processes are limited by practical considerations, experts say.
Citrix is buying a startup that specializes in cloud-based workplace tools.
There are plenty of collaboration software tools on the market, and a growing number of cloud storage options for businesses as well.
Dell said this week it is expanding its virtual desktop offerings into the cloud through a partnership with another company.
States are having a hard time keeping up with the cloud, especially when it comes to taxing it.
The public cloud doesn't work for everyone.
If your enterprise finds itself needing to transfer a lot of data in the cloud, beware: depending on where the data is being moved to, it can take a long time.
To date, only three companies have submitted their cloud security data to the cloud security registry, making the registry of little use.
Knowing exactly how much and what type of cloud service a company needs is one of the more challenging aspects of deploying a cloud strategy.
Within three years the personal cloud will be ubiquitous on consumer devices, Gartner predicts in a research report released Tuesday.
Amazon's price reductions vary based on geographic location and the type of service being used.
When Mathew Lodge, senior director of cloud services for VMware, looks out over the cloud landscape and envisions how it will continue to evolve, he sees community clouds playing a big role.
Streaming video to mobile devices has picked up in the past year, with longer videos entering the stream in ever-increasing volume.
When online marketing firm Hubspot started in 2006, the company's IT needs were not very taxing, but they expanded quickly as the company realized success.
Articles by Brandon Butler