Box security head Justin Somaini says the enterprise-focused file-storage company will never give the government backdoor access to your data.
Nebula distinguishes itself in the OpenStack world with hardware for efficiently running on-premise clouds. Chief Executive Chris Kemp touts the Nebula product’s security and economic benefits.
Freemium cloud software has special needs when it comes to turning users into customers. Totango has a solution to the problem, which helped the company win CloudBeat’s Innovation Showdown.
Changing over from a legacy system can be hard. It can be harder when you’re in a traditionally brick and mortar industry and have only a few months to do it in.
These five companies were the finalists among more than 200 entrants.
Collaboration software providers have popped up all over the place. Here are a few tips for succeeding amid such a crowded market.
Do competitors have a shot against Amazon? Or should they simply give up and give in to the might of AWS? Executives at CloudBeat say that Amazon has more than one Achilles’ heel.
LED Source, a LED lighting seller, found that one cloud application didn’t work for the head offices and franchises. A vendor helped the company integrate data from all involved programs.
Disney Interactive took a bit from OpenStack and a bit from Cloudstack to build a cloud optimized for its needs, an executive said at CloudBeat today.
Onstage at CloudBeat, Paypal’s senior engineers discussed in-depth how they ripped out existing infrastructure, and replaced it with a modern alternative.
Videoconferencing is coming of age, says Dave Gilbert, the CEO of Simple Signal.
Wanelo analyzes large-scale user activity on its e-commerce site through Joyent’s new Manta offering.
Editor’s Pick Randy Bias defended his position that OpenStack should support APIs to control Amazon Web Services at today’s CloudBeat conference. The lively exchange shows the issues should be around for a while.
Sanmina has looked to Google for e-mail and other widely used applications, freeing up employees to focus on other important areas, an executive said at CloudBeat today.
Application programming interfaces just keep popping up, and management tools are hot, too, opening the door to new questions coming out of the CloudBeat 2013 conference today.
Jive’s senior vice president of product offered a few insights on keeping customers engaged and paying for the service.
Cloud service brokerages integrate bundles of cloud services and enable their distribution partners to sell them to small and medium sized businesses via simple point-and-click web dashboards.
Xero customers claim the product beats major competitor QuickBooks on price, but the advantages don’t stop there, they said at CloudBeat on Monday.
These days, having your own API is the ante for operating a cloud platform.
Elance relies on other companies to provide a service for finding freelance workers, and it exposes an API for other businesses to use, too.
Converting to the enterprise market is a top priority for Dropbox.
SAN FRANCISCO — Popular car-information site Edmunds.com began a major project last year, shifting its code from servers running in its own data center to code running on Amazon Web Services.
Early customers of VMware’s vCloud Hybrid Service had good things to say about the public cloud at the CloudBeat conference on Monday.
These cloud companies enable firefighters to track fires on the web and dispatch resources in real-time.
Which cloud providers do customers prefer?
To find out, we asked you to answer our Cloud Technology Product survey. After hearing from many of you — CEOs, engineers, product managers, and more — here is some initial insight into the top cloud companies, and why they’re liked.
SAN FRANCISCO — For interactive agency Canvas, switching to a single cloud hosting provider has made the company nimbler, faster, and able to take on projects it couldn’t easily tackle before.
VMware rocked the enterprise world over the past decade. It gained a convincing lock on large businesses by serving them virtualization technology.
VentureBeat is announcing a new events package that will enable you to attend four of our signature events for a fraction of the price.
Vineet Jain came to America 20 years ago with $100 in his pocket. Now he’s running a successful Silicon Valley company. But he’s got even bigger plans.
I don’t think it’s time yet to write off the cloud and search for the next hot thing. The cloud seems inevitable.
Editor’s Pick Cloud-based developer tooling is still a very new and highly volatile marketplace. Here’s how we decided who’s on the rise, who’s on the downswing, and who’s capturing the future of development.
VMware made a load of noise about its forthcoming network-virtualization capabilities, but key employee Martìn Casado says there’s still work to do.
Here are six of the unsung heroes of cloud-based video that are making a name in the world of online media.
VMware and Cisco Systems are partners, not competitors. At least that’s the line both companies kept pushing at last week’s VMworld conference.
If you’re interested in enterprise cloud technologies, there’s only one event that you need to be at: CloudBeat 2013.
Intel unveils its Atom C2000 server chips for web data centers.
Pokémon Bank costs $5 a year and is for players who have a lot of characters.
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Lithium Technologies competes with giants like Salesforce and Jive Software.
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