Cloud application migration
- December 17, 2010
Amazon Web Services has added a feature that converts VMware files on the fly to EC2 images. Good idea, but it's likely not enough to woo enterprises.
- December 01, 2010
Disney's CIOs are already talking cloud, but hesitancy over potential service provider failures and lock-in has pushed the company toward a more long-term view.
- October 28, 2010
Microsoft has been bragging about its big online apps contracts with New York City and the State of California. But the question remains: are the deals really cloud computing?
- October 22, 2010
Microsoft bests online apps rival Google with massive new contracts for the State of California and New York City.
- October 07, 2010
Microsoft, Google and IBM are engaged in a battle for the online office productivity market. And so far, at least in the enterprise, Microsoft is winning.
- October 04, 2010
CA's cloud computing offering gets a fresh shot in the arm with the first update to its 3Tera software since the acquisition in February.
- September 29, 2010
Microsoft has sold secured BPOS services to the State of Minnesota, eclipsing Google's rocky Los Angeles deal to become the largest government cloud yet.
- September 16, 2010
A recent privacy breach in Google's Gmail service raises more red flags around the security of cloud-based applications and data privacy.
- September 10, 2010
Software as a Service brings users without IT resources new capabilities; the price is nice, but features are the draw.
- July 27, 2010
Google's online office productivity suite has received Federal Information Security Management Act certification from the U.S. government.
- July 08, 2010
IBM will partner with numerous European governments, industries and institutions in an attempt to promote overseas cloud computing adoption.
- June 30, 2010
Jesse Robbins ran Amazon's Web operation. Chris Pinkham helped invent EC2. Both have new cloud computing ventures aimed at the enterprise. Is it a horse race or a sign of the times?
- June 22, 2010
Chatter, Salesforce.com's cloud-based social application, is now in general availability, but real-world reactions from users are mixed at best.
- June 18, 2010
Eric Pulier, founder of SOA Software Inc. and head of ServiceMesh, talks to Carl Brooks about the shift to cloud computing among large companies like Deutsche Bank and AT&T.
- June 16, 2010
At the Enterprise 2.0 conference, users wanted real answers and concrete products, not cheerleading. We get cloud computing, they said -- show us the money.