Cloud Computing

Cloud computing news, analysis, research, how-to, opinion, and video.

money cloud computing sdn
cisco logo

Big Data analytics machine learning

Is the road to machine learning paved with API providers?

To take advantage of machine learning, most companies will probably turn to third-party APIs rather than do the work themselves.

13 ways the cloud has changed (since last you looked)

VMware’s new management tools are hybrid, hybrid, hybrid

VMware hopes that any customer looking to use Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure or Google Cloud Platform will choose the company’s vRealize Suite to centrally manage their on-premises virtualized environments and the public cloud.

box capture scanning

Now your phone can scan documents directly to the cloud with Box Capture

Users of Box Capture can scan a document with their iPhone's camera and then share and collaborate on it just as they would any other document on Box.

cloud wars office 365 Google for Work

4 tips to move from Office 365 to Google for Work (or vice versa)

These four tips, from Google, Microsoft and Forrester, can help CIOs and IT pros switch to Google for Work, Office 365 or any other new set of cloud-based productivity tools.

john halamka

Healthcare CIO: Legal issues are most difficult cloud migration challenge

Boston healthcare organization BIDMC is readying its move of business critical systems into the public cloud, and legal concerns are top of mind for the outfit's CIO

internet of things 2015

Review: Azure brings IoT to .Net developers

Azure IoT Suite attracts with plenty of device SDKs including C#, but some pieces are still missing

clouds 616122 1920

7 elements of cloud SLAs you should focus on

Pay close attention to the SLAs in your cloud contracts, and negotiate better terms whenever you can.

abstract collage of money with wall street finance

Gartner: Vendors hype cloud revenue to impress Wall Street

A recent Gartner report finds that technology vendors are over-inflating the revenues they report for cloud sales by lumping in non-cloud technologies, making it confusing for users to judge the strength of a vendor’s financial health...

amazon lumberyard editor

Amazon Web Services goes gunning for gamers with free FPS framework

Amazon Web Services is handing PC and console game developers new tools to encourage them to use its cloud services for their back-end server infrastructure.

Internet of Things IoT stock

Review: Amazon eases developers into IoT

Amazon’s SDKs, back-end services, and guides provide everything you need to start building cloud applications for IP-connected devices

datacenter network core

Microsoft's Azure Stack beta gets new services and DevOps tools

People testing out the public beta of Microsoft's Azure Stack private cloud system have some new platform services and DevOps tools to play with less than two weeks after it initially launched.

prysm enterprise collaboration

Prysm combines displays with SaaS to extend the reach of enterprise collaboration

The increasingly busy enterprise collaboration space got a new entry Monday with Prysm's new platform designed to support dispersed, multidevice workplaces.

cloud windows

Microsoft sees silver lining in clouded Windows

The company is in the midst of a great transition, and current indications are that it is going well.

13 ways the cloud has changed (since last you looked)

13 ways the cloud has changed (since last you looked)

New services and pricing models make cloud computing more powerful, complex, and cheaper than it was a few short years ago

healthcare dna

The future of healthcare and humans

New medical advances mean that by the end of the century we could start seeing Humans who can live 500 years or more

devops

Role of DevOps in modern IT infrastructure, an interview with SaltStack CTO Thomas Hatch

"The cost of irrelevance is probably unacceptable to most organizations," says the Salt creator.

frinkiac

Meet Frinkiac, an amazing search engine dedicated solely to Simpsons quotes

Enjoy this amazing Simpsons quote search engine before it’s inevitably shut down.

The European Commission headquarters in Brussels (8)

What businesses need to know about Privacy Shield

U.S. businesses may take some comfort from the fact that a successor to the Safe Harbor agreement has finally been named, but at this point, they shouldn't get too comfortable.

Load More