Cloud Formations Blog
Ray Ozzie's departure from Microsoft doesn't bode well for its cloud initiatives, no matter what Steve Ballmer says.
Virtualization offers a way to run a cleaner, leaner data center, and that means you could help save the planet, while saving money and increasing profits. Those are ideas we should all be able to get behind.
Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff took the stage the other day at Oracle World and declared that the public cloud was the only true form of the technology. Such semantic hair-splitting is silly and non-sensical and gets us nowhere.
Homeland Security, a super secure government agency is building a private cloud. If an agency like this in full bore, what's holding you back?
Private cloud computing may share some common ground with old-style mainframe computer time sharing, but ultimately it's very different.
Some people are complaining about the term 'Cloud Computing,' but would it really matter if we called it something different?
There is a growing belief that cloud computing will lead to IT job losses, but there is no reason it has to. In fact, like many historical IT changes, it might require new skills, but not necessarily fewer bodies.
There's apparently an ongoing debate on public versus private cloud computing, and which one’s better. This argument is ultimately a non-starter, however, because both can easily co-exist (or not) depending on your company's needs.
When Intuit went down last week, it did more than inconvenience its customers, it opened the flood gates for cloud critics who used it as an excuse to trash the model.
A new survey finds that eDiscovery executives have a deep distrust for the Cloud, but is their fear warranted?
IDC predicted the cloud server market could reach $11.8 billion by 2014 as companies increasingly adopt private cloud solutions.
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