Don't-Miss Data center & cloud Stories
Enterprises and service providers are looking beyond collections of boxes and toward virtual data centers that are better at growing and changing, and now application services such as security and acceleration are about to fit into that picture as well.
IT hosting company Rackspace is upgrading its OpenStack-based servers across the board with faster processors as well as more memory and network bandwidth.
Microsoft is hoping to differentiate its Dynamics CRM (customer relationship management) software from the likes of Salesforce.com with a new set of 18 industry templates that fit the application to verticals including sports management, health care and more specialized areas such as prison inmate data.
With its powerful data mining capabilities, Hadoop is bringing together people across different places and even across different generations.
Okta's cloud identity management platform is way ahead of Salesforce.com, according to CEO Todd McKinnon.
The website for MegaCloud, a provider of free and paid consumer cloud storage, is inaccessible and users of the service are complaining on social media sites that they have not had access to their data for days.
Marin County, California, has spent at least $30 million on the SAP project, which dates to 2006, and had at one point pursued $35 million in damages.
When Google Apps arrived in 2006, it stood on the cutting edge of Web-hosted email and collaboration suites for businesses, a bold pioneer clearing a path in the new, wild frontier of enterprise cloud computing.
Salesforce.com says it will help customers create their own private AppExchanges where employees can download applications to use in their jobs.
The issue is related to a management feature used to deploy services on Azure.
If you use the open-source Mongo database, be aware that its hosting/support arm has been compromised by attackers.
Startup Pertino plans to flesh out its cloud-based network service with additional services such as security and deep-packet inspection.
The Hadoop programming framework may be synonymous with the "big data" movement but it's not the only tool companies need to derive insights from massive stores of unstructured information, according to Facebook analytics chief Ken Rudin.
Chinese search giant Baidu is gearing up to break into the wearable devices market, with what appears to be software made to run on smartwatches, and even weighing scales.
A company that helps enterprises through e-discovery will give customers new tools to streamline the process and cut costs.