Nebula One Debuts: OpenStack As Hardware
Until now, OpenStack has appeared in the marketplace as a set of components in major Linux distributions. The Nebula One hardware appliance aims to simplify private cloud.
Compare Cloud Service Prices With New Tool
Cloud service prices change frequently. PlanForCloud, a free online tool, tracks those changes and calculates your potential deployment costs with six different providers.
BlackBerry Balance - The Real Reason To Buy It
The BlackBerry Z10 is a good phone, but it doesn't get really cool until you use it as both your work and personal phone. BlackBerry 10 has a series of features the company calls "BlackBerry Balance," to make both roles work well and to protect each from the other.
Big Data's Dark Side
Big data has the power to revolutionize society, but also to become Big Brother, warns new book.
New Web Domain Names: Should You Pass?
Plenty of organizations remain in the dark about the flood of new Internet addresses about to become available later this year. Here's what you need to know.
How Should We Measure Clouds?
Too often, IT pros start at the bottom and work up. In the cloud, we need to look at the business model and set metrics from there.
Samsung? BlackBerry? Who Will Win the Containerization Wars?
Mobile Application Management vendors all perform containerization, wrapping apps in a security management layer of code. 3rd parties like Box that distribute lots of apps would want to be able to distribute a wrapped version in the app stores, but every MAM vendor uses a different wrapper. Will one win out? Is there a role for standards?
BlackBerry Z10 Hands-On: First Impressions
BlackBerry 10 — not just the phones, but the BlackBerry Enterprise Server 10 software — will make or break the former smartphone giant. BYTE obtained an BlackBerry Z10 for evaluation. We haven't yet tested the most interesting enterprise features, but some features of the phone, especially the predictive soft keyboard, have already won us over.