Head in the Clouds: SaaS, PaaS, and Cloud Strategy

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  • Gaming as a service -- GaaS

    Joel Shore - News Writer 16 Dec 2015
  • 'Tis the yuletide season, so let's have a little fun today. Let's talk about games on the cloud. Not surprisingly, cloud gaming platforms are here. It's a GaaS. It's Gaming as a Service. You've ...

  • Get the Helion out of there, now!

    Joel Shore - News Writer 05 Dec 2015
  • Not even two years. HP's Helion public cloud service, launched on May 6, 2014. It's being euthanized on Jan. 31, 2016. If your organization has workload and data assets in the HP cloud, they must ...

  • The case against moving to the cloud

    Valerie Silverthorne - Senior News & Feature Writer 02 Dec 2015
  • Even the most cursory glance at cloud service offerings makes you immediately see why nearly every company is there today. It's cheap, it's fast, and at the larger providers like AWS, it's even ...

  • Ready or not, Microsoft PowerApps is here

    Joel Shore - News Writer 30 Nov 2015
  • Microsoft today launched Microsoft PowerApps, a major new platform that lets anyone build cross-platform mobile applications. Anyone. And for now, it's free. Love or hate it, this latest salvo in ...

  • Smarter than the average app

    Joel Shore - News Writer 19 Nov 2015
  • One of Gartner's predictions for 2016 is that by 2020, smart agents "will facilitate 40 percent of mobile interactions, and the post-app era will begin to dominate." In its annual list of looking ...

  • Oracle shows new cloud attitude at OOW 2015

    Jan Stafford - Features Writer 13 Nov 2015
  • Looking back at Oracle OpenWorld 2015, all one can see is clouds. “Cloud, cloud, cloud” was the conference summation by 451 Research analyst Alan Pelz-Sharpe. The interesting thing about the cloud ...

  • Time to rev up Bluetooth in your cloud and mobile apps

    Joel Shore - News Writer 13 Nov 2015
  • We’re seeing an increasing number of cloud and mobile apps turn to Bluetooth for beacon-based location services and other peripheral device connectivity. The number of devices using Bluetooth ...

  • Why do you like the cloud?

    Joel Shore - News Writer 03 Nov 2015
  • It's easy to understand why the CFO likes cloud computing. It's almost certainly less expensive than running a traditional IT organization and infrastructure. Perhaps the HR manager likes the ...

  • Azul's Zulu gets early support for upcoming Java 9

    Joel Shore - News Writer 30 Oct 2015
  • With Oracle using this week's JavaOne conference to reaffirm its commitment to the Java platform, third-party tool maker Azul Systems debuted an early access program for Java 9 support in Zulu, its ...

  • Adobe fesses up; will fix the app it broke

    Joel Shore - News Writer 29 Oct 2015
  • In an  earlier IT Knowledge Exchange blog post, I wrote about how Adobe, in an astonishingly poor effort to simplify, completely changed the import procedure in its Lightroom application, widely ...

  • The value of Big Data is big. Really big. IBM says so.

    Joel Shore - News Writer 28 Oct 2015
  • Visit any of the TechTarget family of websites or e-publications and Big Data is everywhere. It's unavoidable. Inescapable. IT isn't about applications, it's about the data. Think of all the things ...

  • How ready are your apps for IoT?

    Joel Shore - News Writer 22 Oct 2015
  • We all know that "things" of all kinds, limited only by your imagination, are already demanding all connectivity all the time. But, you ain't seen nothin' yet, if the predictions of those in the ...

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