Guest Post There’s a reason more than 50 percent of cloud buyers have already invested in, or are planning to invest in, hybrid cloud deployments. It’s because hybrid cloud allows companies to combine best-of-breed offerings from both the public and premise infrastructure worlds, enabling them to create an ultimate, custom-tailored solution.
Big data startup Cirro thinks you shouldn’t need technical savvy to make sense of your company’s data.
Google launched new cloud-based development tools for iOS developers today, enabling them to connect to cloud services simply, easily, and cheaply. So cheaply, in fact, it’s free.
Our forecast shows dark days ahead for BlackBerry — and we’re not talking about the BlackBerry Storm. But this hasn’t stopped the ailing smartphone maker from unveiling a new cloud service for enterprises.
“The Industrial Internet is better characterized as a race with the new intelligent machines, not against them,” GE economist write in a new report.
A U.S. court dealt IBM a major blow Monday when it ruled in favor of Amazon’s cloud computing contract with the CIA.
About seven million social media managers, marketers, and ordinary average people share content from the web to their personal and corporate social media account with HootSuite’s tools.
Microsoft will soon offer a cloud platform specifically tailored to government customers, the company revealed at a San Francisco press conference Monday.
If you’re one of the many digital packrats who rely on Evernote to save the detritus of your life in one place, you’ll be happy to know that the company is taking steps to save your data from hackers.
Nitro’s new Nitro Pro 9 could be seriously useful in connecting 21st-century cloud documents with 20th-century PDFs and Office documents.
Pacejet Logistics aims to simplify shipping by bringing together a disparate network of carriers and logistics services in one cloud-based solution.
It’s not always clear where data travels on the Internet, but with American cloud providers like Amazon Web Services and others powering a sizable chunk of the modern web, there’s a fair chance the National Security Agency can examine and store your data — even if you live across the pond.
Sponsored Post Executives and managers are continually tasked with the responsibility to increase profitability. Information technology, while traditionally considered a cost center of the enterprise, is changing the way it delivers its services and is slowly becoming a profit center and a source of significant strategic advantage. How is this happening? Integration and Automation.
Verizon plans to populate several data centers with thousands of AMD-based micro servers.
Media cloud startup Loom opened its service to the public today after a few months in private beta testing.
Editor’s Pick MongoDB has now raised more money for its Nosql technology than the two leading vendors of Hadoop combined. Here’s how:
Big data investors say that Cassandra is still perceived by many customers as more “enterprise ready.” With $150 million in new funding, MongoDB has the opportunity to “close that gap.”
Online database company MongoDB is now the top dog among New York City startups.
Verizon is rebooting its cloud efforts today with the launch of Verizon Cloud, a new infrastructural service comprised of Verizon Cloud Compute and Verizon Cloud Storage.
Companies are rapidly adopting external cloud applications to get work done, but they’re not always sanctioned by chief technology officers. Netskope tracks the use (and misuse) of these myriad apps, providing IT departments with enough information to keep companies efficient and safe.
Grovo has grown up from a tool to help individuals learn more about the web to something that can train entire organizations.
Netflix updated its popular app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch this morning, adding support for high-definition video streaming to your favorite Apple mobile device.
Guest Post Elad Israeli is cofounder and CPO of SiSense.
Microsoft’s Powerpoint is simple, but its functionality is limited. Adobe’s InDesign is incredibly powerful, but it’s costly and difficult to learn. Lucid Software seeks to carve out a healthy middle ground with its new offering.
Box announced today that it has secured 13 new partnership with digital health vendors, including second opinion network GrandRounds and electronic medical record provider CareCloud.
The U.S. Department of Justice filed a motion in the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court today opposing tech companies’ bid to disclose to their users that the government is spying on their data.
Sponsored Post Egnyte, an enterprise file sharing provider based in Mountain View, CA, is seeking to address the rising vulnerabilities inherent with data transferred via the cloud.
Numerify wants to accelerate business analytics in the cloud by bringing together data from disparate cloud applications.
Guest Post Tomorrow, our smartest systems will instantly and masterfully oversee, optimize, manage and adapt processes that are as critical as they are complex, across a broad spectrum of industries, having taken their cues from the most ready example of a natural supercomputer we have: the human brain.
You saw an ad on your laptop at work. Decided to do a quick Google search on the product on your phone at lunch. Then bought it on your iPad at home after dinner. How’s a savvy online advertiser to know when his or her ads work?
“There’s three legs of marketing automation,” Stuart Wall, CEO of Signpost, told me yesterday. “Presence, customer information, and remarketing. Most small businesses fail at all three steps.”
Infrastructure-as-a-Service provider DigitalOcean is watching its customer base and infrastructure footprint grow, and chief executive Ben Uretsky doesn’t think PRISM news is inhibiting growth.
Sponsored Post The trend is obvious — most new cars come with large flat-screen displays embedded in dashboards, replacing CD drives, tape decks, and analog controls. Some cars have moved toggles to touchscreens, others have created their own GPS systems. But outside of proprietary creations by brand, carmakers are taking advantage of the cloud and its vibrant arc of entertainment offerings to make driving a richer experience than ever before.
Amazon says it will wind up hiring thousands of those temp workers.
Just in time for the impending shutdown of the federal government, Microsoft’s Windows Azure today received the thumbs up from the feds.
60 percent of Android smartphones returned to the store aren’t actually broken. And if InnoPath’s new Mobie app gets widespread adoption, they may not actually get returned in the first place.
A Creative Cloud expert demonstrates some of the simple but powerful potential of Adobe’s latest apps in this exclusive video.
Editor's Pick “DevOps” is one of those buzzwords that nearly everyone in the tech industry feigns to understand. Few people really do. I’ve always thought it sounds like a codename for some kind of covert NSA mission.
From the mind of eccentric playboy John McAfee — founder of McAfee Antivirus — comes a “new and revolutionary technology” that will reclaim our lost privacy, he says, and restore the capability of college students to get all the free movies and music they want.
Dataguise, a company that seeks to secure the corporate data used by big data-crunching technologies such as Hadoop, has raised $13 million in a second round of funding.