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.
Amazon Web Services is expanding features for customers to track their usage of AWS public cloud resources.
Audiogalaxy promised to bring great new experiences to the 100 million plus users of Dropbox
Apple has blocked updates to the app ever since Microsoft introduced the ability to purchase storage without giving Apple a 30 percent cut of the revenue
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?
And what the heck is Hojoki? A cloud-app aggregator with some interesting team-centric features.
Watch out iCloud. Younity lets you use an iOS device to grab data stored on your Mac or Windows PC.
Looking to move your infrastructure to the cloud? Here's a close look at the four big players to consider.
Pretty much anyone watching the cloud computing market will tell you that Amazon Web Services is its 800-pound gorilla. Which means that this is a big week for the company: On Wednesday in Las Vegas, Amazon kicks off its first user conference, called AWS re: Invent.
OfficeDrop's redesigned Web app gives the SMB-focused Evernote-Dropbox hybrid a fresh coat of paint to match its greatly improved feature set.