Cloud Computing

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News Scan: BYOD not government's best option; Freelancers in high demand for IT; more

The top news stories for June 24, 2014.

News Scan: Data breaches most costly in cloud; Fewer companies support BYOD; more

The top news stories for June 20, 2014.

IT's Hottest Jobs: Cloud Computing Architect

The cloud architect fills a critical role in the design and implementation of cloud-based computing solutions. Randy Gross discusses the background and skills these professionals need to have, and what the career opportunities are for them.

News Scan: Some CEOs still resist the cloud; Public Wi-Fi now a must for small businesses; more

The top news stories for June 19, 2014.

Recruiters struggle to get cloud hiring right

The growing adoption of cloud computing is placing greater demand on IT pros with cloud-based experience, but many organizations complain that it's too hard to fiind IT talent with the right skills.

News Scan: 75% of mobile breaches result of app misconfigurations; IT complexity a major reason for business failures; more

The top news stories for June 11, 2014.

News Scan: Apple to sell 39M iPhones in Q2; NFL Sunday Ticket to AT&T mobile customers?; more

Check out the hottest mobile IT news for June 10, including the projected sales of the iPhone in the second quarter, how AT&T wants to leverage NFL Sunday Ticket in its bundle deals, why clouds are rising in Europe, the content increase for Chinese smartphone makers and the expected greenhouse emissions for mobile devices.

Cloud among top priorities of CIOs worldwide

CIOs obviously have many different priorities around the world, but one priority that seems to be common among IT leaders everywhere is interest in the cloud, new studies find.

9 benefits of hybrid cloud computing reviewed

The debate over private versus public cloud will rage on, but many experts cite numerous benefits of hybrid cloud environments. Here are 9 benefits that can be gained or extended by hybrid cloud computing.

Canto takes run at cloud-based DAM vendors with release of Flight

Digital asset management provider  Canto  is taking a run at its cloud-based DAM vendor competition with this week's release of its own cloud-based product,  Flight. Canto isn't throwing its flagship installed app  Cumulus  into the grave, but instead is positioning Flight as simply another tool in the customer arsenal. Maybe that's what Flight's release is really all about--or maybe not.