OpenStack, CloudStack, variations, and vendor spin are starting to confuse would-be adopters of the open source cloud.
But Department of Defense's cloud plan could be at risk if it continues to rely on the same old IT contractors.
While everyone copies one another or rebrands old software as the private cloud, enterprise buyers must sniff out real value.
A recent survey from Cisco finally tells us what we suspected all along.
When it comes to technology dependency and risk of legal compliance, the cloud is just like everything else.
Too often, IT leads with the technology and overlooks the other ingredients in a cloud rollout: planning, strategy, architecture.
Hype, misuse, and misplaced aspirations have clouded the term's definition. Here's what it's really about.
Once again, individuals are ahead of their employers (and IT) in adapting to and exploiting the new technologies.
Although big data and cloud computing are linked, there are technical reasons you shouldn't combine them by default
These days, pretty much any new electronic gizmo has a cloud behind it -- a retail cloud, that is.
The demand for these three positions will rise as cloud computing grows.
Analysis: With rise of supercomputing and high-end platforms in public clouds, the day will come when you can't get them any other way.
As best practices continue to emerge, so are the things that will kill your cloud project -- guaranteed.
A new study shows that corporate IT is concerned about the deployment of cloud computing applications without the involvement of IT.
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