Cloud business model development for service providers
- March 29, 2012
The lack of standard definitions to explain cloud computing leads to more than Twitter flame wars. Everybody loses when inconsistent language confuses customers.
- March 22, 2012
Cloud adoption in the U.S. is driven by a hunger for cost savings and flexibility, according to a recent survey by the Cloud Industry Forum.
- January 11, 2012
Cloud computing is difficult enough for customers to understand without being, well, clouded by business jargon. Providers that perpetuate it don't do themselves any favors.
- January 05, 2012
The cloud isn't poor man's hosting, and cloud support shouldn't be either, says Rackspace, which shares its 2012 vision in the second part of this cloud provider Q&A series.
- December 05, 2011
Enterprises are coming to terms with cloudsourcing, but they are also recognizing that some of their early expectations for the cloud simply won't pan out.
- October 26, 2011
It's not enough to mitigate security risks. Providers must be transparent with customers about how they confront cloud computing security issues, says Savvis CTO Bryan Doerr.