Google Wins In Amazon Cloud Price Battle
Let's put this week's cloud price cuts in context. Cash-rich Google has made it harder for Amazon to profit on AWS. Whether or not Google steals a ton of AWS customers, Google wins.
Office for iPad: Microsoft Shifts Strategy
After years of anticipation, Microsoft Office for iPad arrives -- and it's just the beginning of a new push toward apps across all mobile devices, says new CEO Satya Nadella.
Nadella's Big Moment: 5 Things To Watch
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will face stratospheric expectations Thursday when he makes his first public appearance since succeeding Steve Ballmer. Here's what we want to know.
Google Turns Up The Heat On Amazon
Google cloud architect Urs Holzle has a plan for more robust cloud services to compete with Amazon Web Services. But Google's cloud to-do list remains long.
Cisco's Cloud Plan For Internet Of Things
Cisco's $1 billion cloud investment is not about competing with Amazon, Google, or Rackspace to supply general-purpose IaaS. Cisco and its partners will offer a global chain of datacenters to serve as a backbone for the Internet of Things.
Big Data Reaches Inflection Point
Enterprises see the light on big data opportunities. It's only a matter of time before mainstream data-management environments evolve.
IBM: We'll Stand Up To NSA
IBM denies sharing customer information with U.S. government, asserts it would challenge any data demands through "judicial action or other means."
DevOps Demands You Fix Twice
If you've taken time to get everything just perfect, you haven't truly adopted the rapid iteration, lean product development ethos.
Cloud Crossroads: Which Way PaaS?
As allies and competitors line up behind the new Cloud Foundry Foundation, where does that leave Red Hat and its support of OpenStack and Project Solum?
Microsoft Dresses Up Enterprise Apps
Microsoft advances cloud, mobile, social, and marketing options for Dynamics apps. Delta Airlines touts massive Windows Phone point-of-sale deployment.
9 Worst Cloud Security Threats
Leading cloud security group lists the "Notorious Nine" top threats to cloud computing in 2013; most are already known but defy 100% solution.