Reviewcam: Ironscale's Bare Metal in the Cloud
There are plenty of cloud services, but many rely on virtual processes running on shared systems. Stratascale's Ironscale lets you provision bare metal services. Mike Fratto provides a hands-on review of how it works and what you can do with it.
It's A New Dell
Michael Dell talks customer outcomes, not infrastructure, as he sits down with InformationWeek editors--but he's got plenty of PC fight left in him.
Cloud Security: Better Than We Think?
Conventional wisdom says that cloud computing is inherently less secure. But many government experts are focused on cloud computing's security strengths.
8 Smart Ways To Use Dropbox
Dropbox lets you do much more than file sharing via its cloud-based storage service. Consider these eight tips to make your life easier.
Cloud Myth 101: Cloud Is A Place
You don't get to simply load your old enterprise IT problems on a truck and arrive at a new abode. But you do get to decide what kind of IT shop to become.
Even At NASA, CIOs Get Practical On Cloud
Workday's SaaS lineup catches the eye of even conservative IT chiefs, while NASA builds an app store for scientists, and RIM moves MDM off premise. That's no hype.
IBM Gives First Glimpse Into Cloud Sales
With processes in place to track its cloud revenue, IBM puts its SaaS business at "hundreds of millions" of dollars. It's a start, but more details are needed.
NASA Plans Cloud Marketplace For Scientists
Cloud services suite to expand with platform as a service, data as a service, and a new cloud computing storefront likened to Apple's AppStore and Google's Android Market.
Avnet CIO Talks Cloud, BYOD
Cost savings is a big consideration, says Avnet CIO Steve Phillips, but the global electronics distributor sees other advantages to giving employees choices.