- May 17, 2012
A panel of cloud providers at Interop 2012 discuss how the cloud can help enterprises mitigate mobility, BYOD concerns.
- May 07, 2012
Cloud-in-a-box technology is becoming more appealing to managed service providers looking to offer cloud services to their customers.
- April 30, 2012
Customers, not cloud providers, are responsible for ensuring cloud compliance with their data. Cloud providers must offer transparency of their infrastructure to customers.
- April 06, 2012
Despite issues with Microsoft's licensing policy, the Desktop as a Service market is poised for growth. Citrix eases providers' foray into DaaS with its Cloud Provider Pack.
- April 05, 2012
Object storage is an option for providers seeking to offer cloud storage services. Three organizations are now leveraging Caringo's object storage platform for cloud storage.
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- 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.
- February 23, 2012
Wholesalers and software vendors are building cloud ecosystems with smaller cloud providers and MSPs that are hungry for customers but starved for resources.
- February 01, 2012
Secure cloud computing remains a challenge for providers. Check Point’s product for Amazon Web Services offers continuity of management to customers, but is it enough?
- January 19, 2012
Fred Rodi, president of colocation provider DRFortress, will resell cloud storage from Nirvanix to expand his footprint to eight more data centers using just one appliance.
- January 12, 2012
The rise of the cloud service broker is a clear indication of how cloud computing is changing the channel, but what's in store for 2012? Appirio's CTO gives us his take.
- 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 15, 2011
Wanting to know what questions were keeping you up at night, we crunched the numbers to see which cloud computing definitions readers searched for the most this year.
- 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.