Feds Pull Plug On 'One Stop' Cloud Portal
The General Services Administration plans to decommission Uncle Sam's Apps.gov site, which was supposed to make it easy for agencies to acquire software as a service.
Dwolla Shakes Up Online Payments
Online payment darling Dwolla adds three new services as it tries to speed up merchant and consumer acceptance of its electronic transactions.
Apple iTunes 11: Visual Tour
Take a closer look at Apple iTunes 11 and see how the venerable music application and e-commerce interface has been redesigned for the better.
10 Cloud Computing Pioneers
Cloud computing has rewritten decades of technology rules. Take a closer look at 10 innovators who helped make it possible.
NASA's IT Future: Robot Telework, 3-D Printing
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory's philosophy -- prototype new tech based on what non-IT workers envision -- could pay off in robot telework, spacecraft created by 3-D printers and more.
Oracle Stakes Claim In Engine Yard PaaS
Engine Yard provides an online platform for application developers using different Web languages. Oracle's investment is a way to keep itself in front of those developers.
E2 Innovate Keynoters: Set IT Free
Google CIO Ben Fried evangelizes the value of employee technology choice, while IDC's Michael Fauscette sees a future in which all enterprise systems will be social.
Time To Deliver On Federal IT Reform
First four years of the Obama Administration were marked by the beginnings of significant changes in federal IT. Execution will be the name of the game during the next four.
IT's Future: Less Building, More Bundling
With human resources, marketing and other departments going in different technological directions, IT's new mission is to tie all the company's services securely together.
Amazon Cuts Prices Again
Amazon Web Services has lowered the pricing on two types of relational database service and on ElastiCache, its data-caching service.
OpenStack Fights Cloud Lock-In Worries
Jonathan Bryce, new OpenStack Foundation executive director, explains how the cloud project takes a democratic approach to win support for its open source work.
When IT Becomes A One Man Show
Investment firm Hearthstone laid off its IT team during the economic downturn. CTO Rob Meltz turned to cloud services and virtualization to keep the business running and growing.