Cloud storage startup SugarSync has launched its smart redesign out of beta so all of its customers and potential new ones can give it a spin.
Note-taking service Evernote has named a new chief operating officer and launched its Evernote Business product in another 26 countries in Europe, a sign it is getting more serious about making money from businesses rather than consumers.
Amazon Web Services launched a new cloud video service today that targets customers who want to convert video into formats optimized to play on a variety of devices, such as smartphones, tablets, PCs, and smart TVs.
Slick conference calling app UberConference has integrated its service with hot startups Evernote and Box, a sign it's dedicated to making conference calling smarter and more useful.
Kim Dotcom, the founder of defunct Megaupload service, has finally fully launched his follow-up service with Mega -- a site that offers 50GB of free cloud storage and ultra-secure ways to transmit files to friends.
Cloud management software startup OnApp has raised $20 million in funding, cash it hopes will help expand its product offerings into more countries.
Guest Post As cloud service matures, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists are re-segmenting the market. Get ready for some silly sounding -- but very lucrative -- new acronyms, like BaaS (backend as a service).
Guest Post As the new year approaches and IT dollars start getting allocated, here's what you need to ask a potential service provider if you are evaluating a public cloud.
Open-source cloud software provider Red Hat has agreed to acquire cloud management startup ManageIQ for $104 million in cash.
Cloud storage startup Bitcasa has released new mobile apps for Android and Windows 8 platforms, with iOS and Mac apps coming in January, the company announced Tuesday morning.
Guest Post Using the cloud as a “cheap and deep” repository to host data is now well established, but we're only beginning to scratch the surface.
Taking a step toward helping customers control cloud costs, Amazon has added detailing billing reports that show usage by the hour.
Guest Post About a year ago, I authored a post predicting ten hot trends in cloud data for 2012. Here's how my predictions fared.
Whether you're a baby boomer in your fourth decade of IT work, or a Gen-Y newbie know-it all, the cloud is either impacting your career now ... or soon will be.
After rumors floated earlier this week, VMware and parent company EMC have officially announced the spinoff of a new cloud and big data unit called The Pivotal Initiative, led by former VMware CEO Paul Maritz.
Cloud-focused messaging startups SendGrid and Twilio have teamed up to empower SendGrid enterprise customers with a suite of messaging tools, including transactional emails, SMS, voicemails, and push notifications.
Guest Post Instead of putting traditional computing services in a "cloud" wrapper, it's time to look more closely at services that were built in and for the cloud.
VMWare is planning to spin off Cloud Foundry and a number of its other products into a separate division owned by corporate parent EMC.
Here the big five big things you missed at CloudBeat 2012.
Seven companies presented on stage today, but only one won CloudBeat 2012's Innovation Showdown. That was Kabbage, a small-business funding platform that uses cloud power to connect companies with cash.