Mobile devices running Apple's iOS made up 68.2 percent of all activations by small and medium-sized business (SMB) customers of cloud services provider Intermedia.
In Monday's newsletter, we ran an item that cited Gartner analyst Lydia Leong's recent posting on cloud provider service level agreements. Leong later updated her post after speaking with HP.
The Central Intelligence Agency's investment arm In-Q-Tel is investing an undisclosed amount of money into Tyfone, a Portland, Ore.-based mobile security in the cloud startup.
Moxie has a new tool that lets you engage with your Facebook fans and turn them into spending customers.
Adobe has begun to make the transition from a Flash-centric company that sells packaged software to one that sells cloud services and customer experience management--and so far it's looking good.
Most enterprises have deployed some type of mobile unified communications system, according to a survey of 200 individuals with companies having at least 500 employees conducted by Webtorials for SIP-based communications firm Sonus Networks.
The widespread availability of mobile devices in the workplace was identified as the top technology trend influencing the competitiveness of enterprises over the next three years, according to a survey of 474 corporate executives conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit on behalf of Juniper networks.
For some small businesses, it probably seems like a bait and switch: Google said last week that it will stop offering Google Apps for free to groups with fewer than 11 users.
The award for the "worst SLA" of any major cloud provider goes to Amazon Web Services, according to Gartner analyst Lydia Leong, but HP's public cloud SLA is not necessarily better.
A full 61 percent of IT professionals see security as the top barrier to adoption of mobile technology in the enterprise, according to a survey of more than 1,200 IT and business decision makers conducted by IBM.