London Olympics could strain enterprise networks
Gelsinger left Intel because he wanted to become a CEO
Many of the big players in enterprise communications have some sort of strategy related to cloud
Avaya lays out roadmap for unified software management
Bytemobile optimizes mobile networks though its Smart Capacity series of products
One of the toughest parts about implementing a cloud computing strategy isn’t choosing the underlying technology to power the deployment; it’s having the processes in place to manage an effective migration to the cloud
Sometimes customers don’t want to use a public or a private cloud with virtualized infrastructure
Social CRM practices should be used to supplement, not supplant existing business processes
The move signals a more collegial tone in the PaaS market
There’s a ton of excess capacity in everyone’s offices, so why not use it?
Increasingly enterprises want their data centers to perform like public clouds
SoftLayer has introduced a series of new cloud-based high performance compute (HPC) offering
The vendor seemingly takes some jabs at open source cloud platforms such as OpenStack, CloudStack and Eucalyptus
Are IaaS providers vetting data from individual customers before allowing it to be stored in their cloud?
Are community cloud services the next hot thing?