Despite continuing worries about security and privacy protections, both IT execs and non-IT execs continue to have thier heads in the cloud, recent research confirms.
Show of hands, who actually enjoys the process of migrating to the cloud? At best, it's a long and tedious undertaking. At worst, it's a nerve wracking affair full of peril and pitfalls. If you're about to tackle a move to Microsoft Office 360, SkyKick's new Enterprise Migration Suite may make the job a little easier.
Forecasters all seem to agree: expect lots of cloud activity for years to come, despite the fear by some that their clouds may not all have silver linings.
The top news stories for May 21, 2014.
No matter how much companies rely on digital technology, paperwork is still a fact of life. Everything from human resources to accounting, OSHA and HIPPA requirements, or Sarbanes-Oxley compliance; they all generate paper trails.
Nearly half of the world's population will be using cloud computing services in some fashion by 2018, according to a new study by Juniper Research. Meanwhile, KPMG calls cloud computing one of the "most disruptive forces in business in the past 20 years."
An unspecified number of SAP employees will be getting pink slips as the company plans a major restructuring.
As it heads (slowly) towards general release of Version 8, Drupal is on a roll.
Software-defined storage can help overcome limitations of performance, scalability and availability that have hindered cloud adoption to date, writes Bill Stevenson.
Microsoft this week backed up its enterprise mobility vision with some concrete products announced at its TechEd North American conference.