Cloud-based services may be a darn sight cheaper than on-premise alternatives, but over time, costs can escalate.
For years, companies like Yammer and Jive have been creating technologies for employees of the same company to connect with each other. How about two different companies?
This guest post is written by Amit Pandey, CEO of Zenprise, a mobile device management company.
The era of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is here. The question now is: How can companies actually profit from mobile devices?
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10 messages per second to 1,000,000 live users on single, solitary server?
Platfora, the startup that made a splash at the recent Strata conference with its flagship product to "unleash the potential of Hadoop," has raised its second round of funding.
SolidFire, a promising solid-state storage maker for cloud services, has finally launched into general availability and announced its first customers after a year of relatively low-profile activity.
Consumer cloud storage startup SugarSync has redesigned its desktop, web, and mobile apps and pushed them into public beta, moves meant to attract and add more customers to the "millions" already using its service.
PAR Works' augmented-reality technology is accurate to within a few millimeters by using point-cloud models.
With scattered reports of customer defections in the wake of major outages, Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced today that it has expanded to the Asia Pacific region, and has opened a new data center in Australia.
Box and Yammer's cofounders explain how user-experience design may be a solution for large companies getting their "asses handed to them" by scrappy startups.
We've finalized the list of speakers for CloudBeat 2012, which includes CTOs and CIOs from top enterprise customers as well as the cloud companies competing for their business. You won't want to miss it.
"We connect things to the cloud -- anything that normally wouldn't communicate," ReelyActive chief executive Jeffrey Dungen told me today. "But the small companies that have looked at RFID are totally disenfranchised ... they go looking for a solution for maybe 100 or 200 RFIC tags, and simply can't buy one."
Guest Post As we move into the cloud-dominated world, the issue of integration is made more prominent as enterprises realize just how many different systems are being used throughout their organization.
You've heard the bit about the best way to make money during the gold rush, right? It's not joining the mob of prospectors, but selling them pickaxes and shovels.
Elasticsearch, the open source project for developers to slice and dice their data, has pulled in $10 million.
Firespotter Labs has introduced a new enterprise-class version of its UberConference software, a visual reinvention of conference calling from the creator of Google Voice.
The good news keeps on coming for cloud infrastructure company Joyent -- today, its announced a new CEO, global expansion plans, and a new product.
ServiceMax offers customers web and mobile applications for scheduling and workforce optimization and contract management in the field.
The cloud is wonderful, but when you have accounts at Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, Evernote, any number of other cloud storage companies -- not to mention your email -- how can you ever find anything?
Young platform-as-a-service (PaaS) startup AppFog has reached a new milestone of 100,000 apps deployed on its service, a sign it is hitting a chord with app developers and businesses.