The pressure to create a cloud presence will only become stronger in 2011. What IT needs to know to be prepared.
It was a busy year for IT professionals in 2010. What did network administrators learn this year, and how will these lessons affect the top enterprise trends in 2011?
Billing it as the first database for the cloud, Salesforce.com announced Database.com, targeted at next-generation enterprise apps.
It was a watershed year for cloud computing, but what lies ahead?
Virtualization and cloud computing present a blind spot: traiditional IT management and automation tools don’t offer the necessary visibility and control. What can IT do?
This year the desktop ruled. Desktops will continue to lead the trends in 2011, but in a direction no one would ever have imagined two years ago.
Google makes three announcements about its consumer Web efforts.
During 2010, enterprises were figuring out and defining the cloud; in 2011, they’ll be putting clouds into action.
Microsoft questions the use of overseas data centers in GSA deal.
The General Services Administration is moving e-mail and collaboration tools to the cloud, becoming the first federal agency to move e-mail to a cloud-based system agencywide, GSA officials said.
Google announced Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office, a service that will let individuals synchronize and share their documents with Google Docs.
Microsoft's new white paper explains the organizational and standards-based underpinnings of its cloud security efforts.
In a move that will allow users to accelerate the performance of its cloud services, Amazon Web Services has launched Cluster GPU Instances.
Amazon Web Services has announced the general availability of its content delivery Web service.
What will the next-generation data center look like, what role will virtualization play, and what key issues must you deal with now to meet tomorrow’s challenges?
The benefits and drawbacks of software-as-a-service, plus tips for choosing a SaaS provider.
Business-driven processes for measuring and guaranteeing service levels in the cloud will help CIOs successfully transition to this new infrastructure.
Government agencies will soon have access to storage, virtualization, and Web hosting applications via Apps.gov, the General Service Administration's cloud-based storefront, government officials said yesterday.
Almost half of all the money spent on cloud computing is new IT spending -- some of it diverted from other, non-cloud projects.
Cloud computing services accounted for 12.5 percent of overall IT budgets, according to a research report released this week by Gartner.