Sponsored Post SAP’s Sanjay Poonen makes his predictions for the big trends for 2013.
Sponsored Post Ping Identity spoke with VentureBeat about why passwords are one of the weakest points in our cloud security and how best to manage your identity online.
Here the big five big things you missed at CloudBeat 2012.
Dropbox vice president Sujay Jaswa says people should think of Dropbox like the iPad: a technology that may have been aimed at consumers but wound up infiltrating the work world.
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.
Amit Singh, president of enterprise at Google, is ready to fight. Amazon and Google traded blows this week, each lowering their cloud services prices in response to the other.
Platform-as-a-service (PaaS) is by far the smallest sector of cloud, but four PaaS CEOs think it’s about to hit the big time.
More is better for cloud executives. The industry is feeling good about cloud investing in the next year, particularly because their technology helps entrepreneurs create many more companies, faster than ever before.
Business software behemoth SAP is betting big on a next generation in-memory database known as ”HANA.”
Guest Post There’s no question that the adoption of PaaS (Platform as a Service) is accelerating. With analysts like Gartner predicting PaaS will increase from “three percent to 43 percent of all enterprises by 2015,” it can no longer be ignored.
On June 29, a site slowdown put Cinchcast’s cloud to the test.
Cloud company AgilOne launches predictive marketing intelligence platform and closes $10 million.
Box VP of engineering Sam Schillace recently moved to his current job after several years at Google. He thinks your enterprise mobile app better have a good design or it’s totally getting ignored.
Integration of different apps and databases is hard work. Companies are trying to make it easier.
Editor’s Pick If you’re not using multi-factor authentication as a company or as a consumer, you really need to start. So say the cloud security geniuses at CloudBeat 2012.
The latest addition to our event lineup at CloudBeat 2012 is CloudOn, a provider of an app for editing and collaborating on Microsoft Office documents from tablets and smartphones.
SFR’s Numergy division has raised $300 million, and it is targeting $400 million in revenues in four years.
For cloud technology companies that are brave enough to tackle the healthcare industry, it’s a perfect storm — there are major challenges and opportunities.
Chris Kemp has an impressive resume: a co-founder of OpenStack, former NASA CTO, and CEO of next-gen private cloud startup Nebula. Today he predicted next year would be the year of OpenStack.
While a lot of small to medium sized businesses see their operational costs cut down by the public cloud, enterprises such as PepsiCo are still struggling to see the light.
If you’re missing CloudBeat, here’s how to watch a live video stream — plus an exclusive backstage pass for videos of the show’s movers and shakers.
Our CloudBeat conference is happening this week, and if you want to learn about cloud technologies from people who are actually using them, this is the place you need to be.
Sponsored Post About three years ago, AKQA was facing a challenge: with 900 employees and thousands of external clients…
Only a few seats remain for Wednesday and Thursday’s CloudBeat 2012 event.
For years, institutions of higher education have been a target for cloud technology providers.
We know. You’re counting the minutes until Turkey Day. We are too, but here’s a quick reminder that our annual cloud computing event — CloudBeat 2012 — is next Wednesday and Thursday!
Guest Post OpenStack has grown to dominate open-source cloud infrastructure projects in just two short years. Here’s why.
Networking behemoth Cisco has agreed to acquire cloud software business Cloupia for $150 million.
Enterprise cloud storage startup Egnyte has launched Cloud Control, its next-gen content and sharing infrastructure product that should give its users more flexibility over cloud strategies.
Guest Post PaaS is the sleeping giant in cloud spending next year and a topic riddled with controversy, small start up players and the larger VMWare OS project Cloud Foundry make this an exciting market.
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.
Once upon a time, you knew who to fire when a hack took down your servers: The “little weenies” running around in the basement of your company, as AlienVault’s Russell Spitler put it. But that’s all changing.
Guest Post France’s second largest carrier, SFR, came to VentureBeat’s CloudBeat last year, and went away with a clear strategy on how to launch an Amazon.com competitor in France. SFR’s Benjamin Revcolevschi explains here how his team arrived back in France, and executed the strategy through an extraordinary change in corporate culture, i.e., by building a “Chocolate Factory” within a $12 billion revenue behemoth….
Guest Post Here’s how cloud users can match up with the right cloud infrastructure.