Integration of different apps and databases is hard work. Companies are trying to make it easier.
... in spite of the fact, of course, that Amazon and Netflix are die-hard competitors.
On stage at CloudBeat, Sequoia's Bill Coughran said he had spoken with dozens of companies that had collected unstructured data (texts, emails, reports, and so on) but had no idea about what to do with it once it was stored.
With RedShift, Amazon promises to reduce data storage costs below $1,000 per terabyte per year, a tenth the price of most data warehousing solutions.
With all of the migration to cloud-based services in the enterprise, it’s worth noticing that server spending has been flat at about $50 billion a year. But managing and administering to the cloud and all of the virtualized apps that …
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Google Compute Engine has added 36 server instances to its cloud catalog, and cut prices by 5 percent in a bid to compete with Amazon Web Services, the largest provider of cloud services in the world.
Google's Android mobile OS is touch from the bottom up. So wouldn't you expect Google's ChromeOS to be touchable as well?
Who would have thought that cloud computing would be the modern day equivalent of Robin Hood?
For years, institutions of higher education have been a target for cloud technology providers.
Editor's Pick Who says Black Friday has to be about consumer goods? These tech companies are offering discounts on products and services for building businesses, rather than credit card bills.
Many retailers are using old dumb marketing techniques in a new smart world. And, therefore, missing out on sales.
The little-known company that provides high-end revenue lifecycle management software for Twitter and Facebook is now offering the same technology for the little guy.
Cisco just announced its intent to buy wi-fi startup Meraki Inc. for $1.2 billion.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer sketched his view of technology's future in an onstage discussion with LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman tonight in a wide-ranging discussion that covered everything from Surface to Windows Phone to Xbox to cloud services.
So you've got an idea for a "big data" application, but building it seems to be a nightmarish prospect? Continuuity is here to help.
Without further ado, here are our CloudBeat 2012 Innovation Showdown finalists.
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 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."