BitTorrent Sync, the way to sync your files without Dropbox, without the cloud, and without the risk of the NSA snooping through your private data, just hit the million-user mark.
With more than 1.6 billion bots blocked, Distil Networks is now setting its sights on protecting private networks from content scrapers, click fraud, and other nasty attacks from naughty web bots.
Editor's Pick San Francisco company Cloudscaling today unveiled a roadmap that says is best designed to co-opt Amazon’s lead in the cloud: by mimicking the Amazon AWS APIs more closely than ever.
In these days of NSA snooping and built-in backdoors, do you really want your entire digital life in the cloud?
Today, the race for better, smaller, faster supercomputers includes an adjective that wasn’t nearly as common five years ago: greener. In other words, more energy efficient. And, not incidentally, cheaper.
Guest Post I believe that this is the year when the enterprise will find its way to the cloud.
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.
OwnCloud pulled in $2.5 million in venture funding. The startup that positions itself as the open-source alternative to Box is the newest contender in the cloud storage wars.
Guest Post Here’s how cloud users can match up with the right cloud infrastructure.
Social game maker Zynga has shifted 80 percent of its game traffic to its own private data center servers, known as the zCloud, the company revealed yesterday in its earnings call.
Guest Post Recently, we were proud to publicly unveil the private cloud computing infrastructure that we use to scale our social games — infrastructure that we internally (and affectionately) call zCloud. zCloud leverages both our internal infrastructure components and our public cloud partner, Amazon Web Services. This hybrid cloud, using private and public clouds in unison, allows us to scale our social games efficiently and effectively for our millions of daily players.
Dell announced today that it will acquire network security firm SecureWorks. This is another acquisition aimed at preventing its smaller and mid-sized business customers from migrating to public cloud providers like Amazon.
Sponsored Post This post is written by VentureBeat’s Matt Marshall and was sponsored by small-business IT solutions provider Sutus.
Cloud Engines, maker of the Pogoplug set-top appliance that turns external hard drives into private cloud servers, announced today that it has raised $15 million from Softbank Capital and Morgan Stanley.
Hewlett-Packard? They’re just a minor roadblock, according to Oracle CEO Larry Ellison.
Dell has picked up cloud storage provider Compellent for $820 million after losing out on its bid for storage provider 3Par a few months ago to Hewlett-Packard.
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Dell makes a good chunk of change off selling servers. The Texas-based company raked in $1.8 billion off server sales in the last quarter alone — which was up 20 percent from $1.5 billion the same quarter a year earlier.