It wasn’t too long ago that charismatic Box CEO Aaron Levie would mercilessly make fun of Microsoft. Now he’s getting closer to the company than ever.
Xero and Expensify are getting chummy by letting you automatically port Expensify’s expense report data into Xero’s accounting system.
iWork for iCloud — Apple’s take on the cloud-based office suite — was launched initially to developers to mid-June, but now it is available for free to anyone who wants to try it.
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Earlier this month, the ITIF estimated U.S. cloud companies could lose $35 billion by 2016 because of NSA spying. But what’s the impact on the world’s cloud services?
Editor’s Pick These startups are making a big impact even while facing much larger competition with more resources and name recognition.
Microsoft has detailed more features of its SkyDrive cloud storage app inside the upcoming Windows 8.1 operating system update, and a few of them are pretty awesome.
When former AOL exec Brad Garlinghouse took over as CEO of YouSendIt a year ago, it was clear he had plans to shake up the company. Now he’s finally doing it.
Editor’s Pick Microsoft’s Windows Azure is not the cool kid at the cloud party. But an Azure general manager told us it’s time for startups to stop making excuses and seriously look at Azure.
Microsoft has opened up Azure Mobile Services and Azure Web Sites to any developer that wants to use them.
Microsoft and Oracle, two enterprise titans, announced a major deal today to be more friendly when it comes to enterprise cloud services. The move could make Microsoft Azure a much stronger rival to Amazon Web Services.
Showing VCs are more than willing to throw money at buzzword-filled startups, software-defined storage startup CloudByte has raised $4 million in new funds.
Email infrastructure business SendGrid takes a dive into new waters with its own email marketing service, which will challenge Constant Contact and MailChimp.
Enterprise cloud-backup provider Zetta.net has raised $8 million in new funding to help it bolster its backup, disaster recovery, and archiving services.
CenturyLink has acquired AppFog to add more firepower to its Savvis Cloud suite.
Apple’s iCloud service now has more than 300 million users, Apple CEO Tim Cook said on stage today at its WWDC conference.
After numerous rumors that it was going to happen, IBM has agreed to acquire Dallas-based infrastructure-as-a-service provider SoftLayer.
Enterprise software behemoth Salesforce has agreed to buy digital marketing firm ExactTarget for a massive $2.5 billion. This will be Salesforce’s biggest acquisition ever.
Five9 has raised $34.5 million in new funding to help it take on legacy call center software makers that still own 95 percent of the market.
Elastic cloud infrastructure startup Cloudscaling has raised $10 million in its second round of funding so it can keep growing at a quick clip and innovating its cloud technology.
Leading corporate performance management (CPM) company Adaptive Planning has raised a massive $45 million in its fourth and final round of funding with a goal to further dominate the CPM space.
Cofounder Avi Meir said he was inspired to start the company after realizing that most hotels still relied on “expensive, outdated, server-based technology.”
Google cloud infrastructure service Compute Engine is now open to all developers who want to use it.
Popular expense report startup Expensify has added the ability to invoice and bill clients from inside its cloud-based dashboard.
Hot database-as-a-service startup Cloudant has raised $12 million in its second round of funding.
Apple now has more than 300 million users on its iCloud storage and syncing service, Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer said today on its Q2 2013 earnings call.
Last June, Amazon announced that S3 had hit one trillion objects stored. That was a big milestone at the time. And now it has doubled that amount in less than a year.
Google has opened up cloud infrastructure service Compute Engine to more customers while also lowering prices and adding several new features.
Ever had to collect thousands of applications and whittle them down to find the best hundred candidates? It’s not an easy task, but DecisionDesk wants to change that.
Salesforce has updated its iOS and Android versions of Chatter — the company’s business social networking and collaboration service — with critical new features to match their browser counterpart.
Fusion-io, a leader in solid-state storage devices for high-volume datacenters, has acquired ID7, a maker of an open-source software-defined storage subsystem.
Google is working to release a new note-taking app called Keep and it could seriously challenge Evernote, the king of note-taking applications.
Enterprise behemoths EMC and IBM are taking a close look at buying major infrastructure-as-a-service provider SoftLayer in a deal that could be worth more than $2 billion.
CloudFlare’s outage two weeks ago hasn’t hurt the company a bit, and it continues to grow at a crazy pace.
VMware drops a boat load of cloud news on an already busy day, including that it will launch its own public cloud contender to challenge Amazon and Rackspace.
Enterprise software titan Oracle has agreed to acquire Nimbula — a cloud infrastructure management software company founded by former Amazon Web Services gurus.
Web-performance monitoring startup Catchpoint Systems has raised $3.2 million in new funding that will help it better keep an eye on companies’ web services, APIs, DNS, and more.