The global cloud computing market will continue to grow in 2013 with advances in public, private, and hybrid cloud models, according to analyst firm Ovum.
Kim Dotcom's bold new venture, the file-storage and sharing service Mega, is drawing criticism as security researchers analyze how the site protects users' data. In short, they advise: don't trust it.
Plug Dell's dongle into a monitor or HDTV with a mouse and keyboard, and you'll get secure access to Android apps, cloud services, or your own remote PC. Whether this will be a good deal remains to be seen.
Networks are getting faster and smarter—and vendors are preparing a slew of new security cameras and media streamers. Meanwhile, squabbles continue about wireless standards.
Are you considering running your business in the cloud? Here's a close look at the 10 best options.
As new public cloud plays leap in and the private cloud slowly evolves, we're on the brink of a shift to cloud computing for critical business workloads
There's no question that SAP's HANA hype will continue throughout 2013, but in order for sales to keep rising, SAP may need to pull off a few things.
Unlike Google Drive, which lacks Linux software, Canonical's cloud storage service is now fully cross-platform.
One of the biggest concerns users have with public cloud resources is not knowing how much they will cost, given the pay-as-you-go model.
The single biggest news coming from Amazon Web Service's first user conference recently was the launch of the company's newest service, Redshift, a cloud-based data warehouse tool. And it prompts the question: Is the cloud the right place for data warehousing?