Cloud Computing Article Archive:
HP liked working with network virtualization partner Shunra so much, they bought the company.
Google is expanding its cloud channel program by creating three tiers of partnership, which will allow the company to segment its resources to give better-performing partners more support. The intent is to put Google on a better competitive footing with Amazon and Microsoft.
From the classroom to the board room, these solutions claim to help us stay connected to the information and human resources we need every day.
Microsoft’s popular former channel chief Jon Roskill has a new gig as CEO Acumatica, a cloud ERP vendor focused on SMBs.
HP is set to cash in on the ‘instability’ of IBM Corp. and Dell Inc., according to boss Meg Whitman, who hinted her firm has more cost-saving work to do.
Microsoft is taking its rebranded OneDrive cloud storage and file-synchronization service to the next level by preparing a version for business users.
IBM is fearful its channel partners’ are not moving to the cloud fast enough, as the pace of change and demands of customers speed up and multiply.
Cloud Expo Europe and Datacenter World: Cloud offerings must become vertical as well as horizontal if they are going to fulfill customer requirements.
Analyst firm Gartner is reporting worldwide server shipments increased a scant 2.1 percent, but revenues declined 4.5 percent. Demand is strong, but value is evaporating for the basic building blocks of data centers.
Big Blue is clearly going all in on its SoftLayer-driven cloud services gambit, this week snagging DBaaS provider Cloudant to improve back-end support for developers.