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What is certain is we are watching a migration taking place where on-premise computing is moving to off-premise computing.
Cloudscaling has been on a journey in the past few years, evolving from a cloud consultancy that built cloud platforms for companies like Korea Telecom, then used that experience to launch a cloud platform based on OpenStack code.
While the world waits for dedicated Microsoft Office for tablets, CloudOn is providing Word, Excel, and PowerPoint via fresh iPad and Android apps.
Facebook is rolling out a new feature that lets Facebook users share their Dropbox files with Facebook Groups.
With all the public cloud storage offerings on the market today, many vendors just want customers to sign up for their services. So, in return for a new account, many offer free cloud storage.
Cloud adoption, mobility and the consumerization of IT present the opportunity to transform the way enterprise employees, partners and customers do business. But as we move to leverage these new capabilities, we realize that the IT environment is quickly becoming more distributed.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has made it possible to connect to its Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) service using static routing, while also allowing enterprises to run...
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced an online marketplace where users of its cloud computing services can sell their reserved server instances to other...
Startup ProfitBricks leverages InfiniBand technology to compete with the growing crop of cloud providers offering powerful cloud-based machines.
Salesforce.com is planning to roll out a rival to the popular file-sharing and online storage service, as well as an identity management tool.
FinancialForce.com has broadened its integration with Salesforce.com, now tying into its Service Cloud customer-service software, the company announced Tuesday.
Citrix Systems has invested in PaaS (platform-as-a-service) startup CumuLogic, as it sees enterprises embrace new types of applications specifically designed to...
As technology lets workers be connected to their files, data and clients at anytime from anywhere, they're expected to get more done.