Cloud computing for business
As cloud computing popularity climbs to ever-higher heights, one attendee to the Gartner Catalyst conference looks to the future.
A small public cloud platform market means low prices and innovation -- but going all-in with one vendor invites considerable risk, a report shows.
Organizations have a lot to think about when installing a multicloud management platform. The Cloud Standards Customer Council shares its deployment tips.
A hybrid cloud management platform must mix well with business systems, give financial guidance and make security a priority, industry experts say.
CIOs who want machine learning capabilities first need to get oodles of data to the algorithms. Not to worry -- they can mail or truck it in.
A hybrid IT environment -- public cloud and private cloud, a data center -- is what many companies have today. Here's an expert's take on how to manage one.
The photo stock company's IT chief discusses how he designs his IT architecture to withstand public cloud outages like February's.
The European particle physics lab hires young people, gives them the OpenStack skills they crave to run its cloud environment – and then lets them go.
New research shows that custom applications in the cloud are running more core business functions today -- without IT security knowing about it.
Rosetta Stone finds sees benefits in copy data management software, including easier management of hardware resources and disaster recovery in the cloud.
Organizations can expect to see a plurality of pluses from a multicloud strategy, an industry observer says -- but there are minuses that can't be ignored.
Forrester expects cloud software sales to rise in 2017 amid uncertainty swirling around President-elect Trump's policies. But SaaS costs could rise, too.
More organizations use Microsoft's bundle of cloud productivity apps, Office 365, than Google's G Suite, a new report shows.
Amid escalating predictions about cloud spending, an industry report shows cloud adoption rates have slid. But the numbers can tell a number of stories.
Microsoft Office is the reigning office productivity suite, sharing its crown with its cloud version, Office 365. But Google isn't giving up on catching up.