Cloud computing can save money--no question about it. But as more companies gain more experience in various cloud setups, a more nuanced understanding of the cost structure emerges.
Saving money is very nice indeed, and private clouds can save you money, according to Jim Ditmore. But he says there are even bigger and better benefits, and tells you how to get there.
Box has released a slick update to its Android app.
An old analogy in the security world is that you can drive a car much faster (safely anyway) if it has brakes. Here are just two simple areas where you need to see if your cloud has brakes.
It's been a fast five years here at Fierce and I can't begin to anticipate the changes we will see in the industry as we move forward, but if it's anything like what we've experienced so far, it's going to be a wild ride
Cloud storage and file sync service Dropbox broke the 100-million user mark late last year. So it might be a little late to ask the question, but ITPro does raise a set of concerns about the suitableness of Dropbox for enterprise business.
Try running IT for a little tech company called "IBM".
Social archiving as a service? You bettcha.
The new release of Mobile Chatter has several new features that should make busy sales people more producive.
Acquia's new Cloud Site Factory aims to let customers have a single place for creating and managing multiple websites in the cloud.