Adobe announced updates to its Creative Cloud suite this week.
Dropbox got a bushel of cash this week from financial backers and a valuation of $10 billion.
Top news stories for Jan. 16, 2014.
Mobility took "center stage" in unified communications offerings last year as employees demanded to use their personal mobile devices at work, observes Cindy Whelan, principal analyst for business network and wholesale services at Current Analysis.
By all accounts, activity in the cloud will continue at a thunderous pace in 2014, and the SaaS and IaaS markets are expected to be especially strong.
Microsoft and Go Daddy announced a partnership this week where Go Daddy will offer SMBs Office 365 packages at a variety of price points.
Top news stories for Jan. 13, 2014.
Security usually comes to mind when it comes to top concerns about cloud computing. But equally important are issues related to data ownership, control and privacy.
2013 was an unpredictable year for mergers and acquisitions in the content management space.
Despite all the predictions of increased activity in the cloud in 2014, security concerns just won't go away for many organizations. That was one of the findings of a survey of participants at the AWS re:Invent 2013 conference.