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How PayPal Got Its Swagger Back
PayPal CTO explains how the move to OpenStack and a more agile development process put the mojo back in PayPal's product line.
Why Cloud APIs Don't Matter
Rich Wolski, known for his work at Eucalyptus Systems, argues that architectural features that define how each cloud works are more important than a cloud's APIs.
Server Market Splitsville
Just because the server market's in the doldrums doesn't mean innovation has ceased. Far from it -- server technology is enjoying the biggest renaissance since the dawn of x86 systems. But the primary driver is now service providers, not enterprises.
IW500 Executive Survey Results
Just 12% can switch between public cloud infrastructure and in-house datacenters based on demand; only 26% use PaaS; 54% do predictive revenue analysis; and 30% have widely deployed mobile apps for employees.
IBM Answers Big Data Competition
IBM responds to big data trendsetters, from Amazon and Cloudera to Splunk and Tableau. Here's what IBM offers now, what's coming and what stands out.
Dell Goes Private: 8 Things To Expect
Dell CEO Michael Dell took the company private to gain more independence from Wall Street investors. Now that the buyout's cleared, what moves can customers expect?
MicroStrategy Tries Free To Win Customers
Business intelligence vendor MicroStrategy introduces free, easy-to-use desktop and cloud products to get potential customers to take a second look at the company.