Cloud Data Center Build-Out Race Good for Customers, Bad for ProfitsBy Eric Lundquist
| Cloud Article Published on April 22, 2014
NEWS ANALYSIS: Enterprises that want to move their IT infrastructure to the cloud are sure to benefit from the data center build-out race that Google, IBM, Amazon, Microsoft and others are engaged in, but where will the profits come from?
Global Cloud Deployment Isn't EasyBy Jeff Kaplan
| Cloud Article Published on April 21, 2014
Companies building a global cloud deployment face technological and operational challenges.
OpenStack Icehouse Moves Open-Source Cloud ForwardBy Sean Michael Kerner
| Cloud Article Published on April 18, 2014
Icehouse development benefits from more code commits then ever before, though only 21 percent of the developers were responsible for 80 percent of the total.
Will Cloud Computing Live Up to Its Hype?By Jeff Vance
| Cloud Article Published on March 31, 2014
At one time, cloud computing prompted skepticism much like the early Internet did. Will the cloud outgrow its critics to the extent the Web itself has?
Google Slashes Cloud Storage PricesBy Pedro Hernandez
| Cloud Article Published on March 17, 2014
The tech giant reignites a price war by cutting cloud storage costs by up to 80 percent. How low can cloud costs go?
Cloudinary Boosts Cloud Image ManagementBy Sean Michael Kerner
| Cloud Article Published on March 13, 2014
The cloud computing firm touts its ability to make image management easier for online businesses.
BMC, Driving IT Change, Must Drive by ExampleBy Rob Enderle
| Cloud Article Published on February 19, 2014
As it launches a new initiative, BMC is working to reinvent itself as a very different software and cloud services company.
Intel Inside the CloudBy Sean Michael Kerner
| Cloud Article Published on January 15, 2014
Intel aims to emphasize its brand inside the cloud, much as it did inside personal computers.