Public cloud providers
- 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.
- January 15, 2010
This week: Acquisitions and partnerships among IT giants dominate the news.
- January 04, 2010
According to industry insiders, the Platform as a Service model will grow, private clouds will gain traction and security will remain the number one cloud computing concern in 2010.
- December 23, 2009
For all its successes, the cloud computing market featured its fair share of blunders in 2009. Famed holiday humbug Ebenezer Scrooge took some time to explain where cloud went wrong.
- December 04, 2009
This week: Verizon offers consultation on cloud transitions; IBM's Tivoli now available on Amazon Web Services.
- November 20, 2009
This week: RightScale will support Windows Azure from its production-ready launch date in January of 2010; Amazon designs a software development kit for Windows users.
- November 18, 2009
Stun gun maker Taser International is poised to take a turn from sub-lethal weaponry to law enforcement cloud computing provider.