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A new survey finds that eDiscovery executives have a deep distrust for the Cloud, but is their fear warranted?
You may have seen this in the news a few weeks ago. Thought you might like a little more insight into what's involved in the Verizon/Novell partnership.
IDC predicted the cloud server market could reach $11.8 billion by 2014 as companies increasingly adopt private cloud solutions.
Welcome to the Cloud Formations Blog. Let's start building a blogging community together.
Organizations that purchase SaaS products want these solutions to provide audit tracking, single sign-on, and provisioning capabilities. More than half of these organizations would also be more inclined to purchase a particular SaaS solution if it allowed them to use their existing identity management system.
That’s what Novell discovered when they recently conducted a survey of 1,000 large to very large enterprises in the US & Canada as well as 83 qualified SaaS providers. They also discovered, however, that SaaS providers are divided on how best to meet the needs of these clients.
Last September, Chris Hoff wrote of his concerns about SaaSprawl, setting off a lengthy and lively discussion.
Novell Connection Magazine - Learn how the emerging intelligent workload management (IWM) market will enable IT organizations to manage and optimize computing resources across physical, virtual and cloud environments.
It's like the internet boom days. The ".com" has now been replaced by "cloud". It's difficult enough for IT professionals and CIOs to understand what a product or service does with everyone marketing their products and services as cloud enabled, cloud ready or *as-a-service. But what is worse is that even mainstream news stories are short on specifics adding to the cloudiness in the marketplace.
Virtual Appliance developed with SUSE Studio backs up to public or private cloud.