CoreSite's Ted Chamberlin reflects on the demise of cloud service provider Nirvanix, and where the cloud market is headed.
Seismic has come up with a nifty program for generating customer presentations from a template-driven form, which helps enforce data accuracy, branding and formating.
Micro-services. The idea is to reduce each service to the smallest possible component--in order to reduce the impact should that service fail.
The NSA's new billion-dollar data center in Utah is "presently nearly unusable" due to power problems.
Silk, a company with a unique approach to blogging, introduced a new Teams version this week.
Google announced last week that their TV dongle, known as Chromecast, now supports Hulu.
Remember when you rolled out an ERP system 10 years ago? Remember working to identify Super Users, the blessed few eager adopters who would champion the system within their own departments? Remember 'training the trainers'? Remember all those rollout meetings and change management initiatives?
From a cost perspective, cloud computing decisions are often cast as OpEx versus CapEx--simplified even further to "rent versus buy".
Evernote Business can now be integrated directly into Salesforce.com, giving a sales team a de facto content management system.
The number of cloud-based commercial fleet telematics units is forecast by ABI Research to reach 16.8 million units by the end of 2018, up from 1.1 million in 2012.