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.
At CloudBeat, the healthcare panel kicked off with a harrowing statistic. The vast majority of breast cancer sufferers will not benefit from chemotherapy. And yet, most patients today receive this highly invasive treatment.
According to genetics expert Ken Stineman, over …
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.
VMWare chief technology officer Stephen Herrod believes in a future filled with choices. And he thinks networking companies better start embracing choice, especially open-source software, or face steep consequences.
“There’s not a networking company in the world that doesn’t realize …
Who would have thought that a full-on debate would erupt with such a simple question, "What is open cloud?"
Integrating Salesforce.com isn't magical. Axcient found that it had to create a process for integrating it into the enterprise.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Guest Post OpenStack has grown to dominate open-source cloud infrastructure projects in just two short years. Here's why.
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.
We've finalized the list of speakers for CloudBeat 2012, which includes CTOs and CIOs from top enterprise customers as well as the cloud companies competing for their business. You won't want to miss it.
The female executives on the list span a variety of industries from enterprise technology to retail. Given the amount of media attention paid to technology companies of late, it's no surprise that Silicon Valley-based CEO's dominate the list.