Public cloud providers
- April 20, 2010
Microsoft's TownHall tool allows political candidates to engage with prospective voters in an online, Azure-based environment.
- April 13, 2010
Microsoft increases Azure availability to 20 new regions and countries.
- April 08, 2010
The Schumacher Group moved much of its IT load to SaaS providers to mitigate risk.
- April 08, 2010
Software giant CA has launched SaaS for agile developers who use the proprietary Force.com platform.
- April 05, 2010
Several cloud vendors, Rackspace chief among them, are moving their applications from the iPhone to the iPad.
- March 18, 2010
The National Institute for Standards and Technology will create a Web portal designed to educate the masses on cloud computing applications.
- March 16, 2010
IBM has announced test and development services for IBM Cloud, but some users are already using the service in production.
- March 08, 2010
The company's cloud computing platform is now commercially available in India, complete with access to all existing U.S. services.
- March 05, 2010
The lively CEO reinforced Microsoft's cloud commitment during an address at the University of Washington.
- March 02, 2010
The company's complimentary CloudSwitch Explorer will allow users to move up to five VMware-based virtual machines to Amazon EC2.
- February 25, 2010
Marc Benioff is bragging about running the biggest enterprise cloud company on planet Earth. Is he telling the truth?
- February 19, 2010
Lines are being drawn in the data center world as Cisco breaks ties with HP to focus on its partnership with EMC and VMware.
- February 17, 2010
During its quarterly earnings call, Rackspace's CEO said the Amazon Web Services price cuts have not affected the company's position in the cloud.
- February 09, 2010
In his last day as head of cloud computing at Sun Microsystems, the man who essentially built Salesforce.com's App Exchange said goodbye to the masses via Twitter.
- January 27, 2010
After two years, Oracle has accepted the term cloud computing. To the surprise of no one, however, the company is redefining the oft-defined term to suit its own needs.