New York As IT Center Of The World
The Big Apple's new licensing agreement with Microsoft is just one part of an ambitious IT strategy that includes data center consolidation and central management of policies and services.
Why Cloud Security Worries Are Overblown
Oracle's Larry Ellison can question the security of today's multi-tenant applications, but there's no denying that it's the wave of the future and it's only going to get stronger.
Nvidia Unveils 3D Software For HDTV
3DTV Play software allows notebook and desktop users to play games, view photos and watch Blu-ray movies on big screens in three dimensions.
Interop: Hybrid Clouds Will Rule
Public clouds and private clouds each offer distinct advantages, which is why businesses are likely to embrace both for the foreseeable future.
EA Acquires Mobile Game Developer Chillingo
"Angry Birds" for Apple's iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch is Chillingo's best known game; the company's titles also include "Cut the Rope," "Helsing's Fire," and "Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs."
VMware Reports Q3 Revenue Up 46%
TriCipher and Integrien acquisitions in the quarter expanded the company's offerings and bolstered its emerging cloud strategy.
Interop New York: Hybrid Clouds In Focus
"Public cloud is the promise that raises lots of questions for IT," says Gartner's Dave Cearley. "Private may be the fall-back position. In the middle will be the sweet spot."
Canonical Releases Ubuntu 10.10
Netbook and Desktop versions of the open source operating system target consumers, while the Server edition is focused on enterprise cloud computing.