Desktop-as-a-Service is an interesting way for IT execs to provide cloud-based Windows desktop sessions, as well as shared resources such as storage.
Leave Google and restore your privacy in seven days (or at least get a start on the process) -- One man's tale of escape.
Key areas of growth in cloud activity will include asset management, security monitoring, cloud service brokering and service stacks.
There's an argument to say that Windows Server is now Microsoft Server with Optional Windows. If it's what Microsoft has described, it's a hard left turn for Microsoft
DSL, cable, fiber, or wireless -- bytes/sec are no longer meaningful measures.
Cloud management tools are as varied as cloud uses. For this test, we chose five tools that each attack cloud management from a different perspective.