Cloud computing for business
- December 20, 2007
As it goes public today, SaaS provider NetSuite is hot, hot, hot. But large companies have good reason to remain lukewarm for SaaS. One analyst's advice: Curb your enthusiasm until you do the logistics.
- September 10, 2007
The Google partnership with Capgemini puts flesh on the bones of its designs on the enterprise app market. The other 800-pound gorilla, as well as the SaaS stars, will surely take notice.
- October 03, 2006
With Software as a Service on the rise, IT administrators have to know which applications will be entering their lines of business.
- June 14, 2006
Software as a Service is an idea that many IT managers want to embrace, but there are loads of details that need to be ironed out.
- January 13, 2006
Grid computing for capacity on demand and Java form the heart of lovefest between CEOs Larry Ellison and Scott McNealy.
- March 12, 2005
There's no question that data backup and recovery is essential for all businesses. The emergence of Web-based storage service providers has some small and medium-sized businesses wondering what to do, as storage options are aplenty. But depending on...
- February 02, 2005
Sun Microsystems has a new pay-as-you-go plan, but some CIOs say they are waiting on proof before purchasing.
- December 22, 2004
SearchCIO.com expert, Jeff Kaplan, offers up his predictions for what he thinks 2005 holds for outsourcing deals, on-demand and utility computing.
- October 14, 2004
Utility computing is actually a combination of these ideas. It can be defined as the automated deployment and management of computing power and applications on an on-demand basis.
- September 03, 2004
It seems like everyone is trying to get on the on-demand, utility computing bandwagon. Nearly every technology company has its own utility computing strategy. But the telecommunications carriers have been slow to focus on this market opportunity. ...
- June 08, 2004
Hewlett-Packard's Nora Denzel makes a pitch for the company's utility computing initiative.
- May 27, 2004
Grid computing will take a giant leap in acceptance within the next few years as better technology ups productivity and reduces costs.
- September 15, 2003
One of the IT buzzwords of 2003 -- almost the IT equivalent of Ben and J. Lo (at the very least Demi and Ashton), the concept of utility computing has gotten another round of kudos as a cost-saver, but even cost savings, like most things, come with ...
- August 29, 2003
On-demand is one of this year's hottest trends according to the Wall Street Journal and Gartner Inc., and that's without being a mainstream member of the tech culture or even having a clear definition. Once everyone can define it and is doing...
- June 10, 2003
Utility computing makes so much sense, it's scary. Spam is just plain scary. Both topics are hot for totally different reasons.