Cloud Computing Requires a Change of Mind
MobileVault Extends Secure Private Cloud Backup Offerings
Disaster recovery solutions provider Continuity Centers and cloud backup innovator Asigra have teamed up again, this time with the addition of MobileVault data protection services to Continuity Centers’ Secure Private Cloud Backup offerings.
Aria Systems, VMware Partner on Cloud Billing Platform
Pimp Your PaaS — The Race to Something Different
Security, availability drive APAC private cloud interest
Chris Morris, director of IDC Asia-Pacific’s practice group, said that 2011 will be a "big year for private clouds" as more CIOs look to the safer option of creating a virtualized, cloud computing datacenter environment within the company.
He went on to note in his presentation at a conference Monday that security concerns over transacting in a public cloud environment, as well as worries about possible downtime and poor performance of public cloud services, have made CIOs wary.
VMworld Met Expectations, But Is That Enough?
Why a DIY Big Data Stack Is a Better Option
Today, many conversations within the big data community are centered around the rise of the standard, big data stack, which includes utilities like HDFS, HBase, and other increasingly-popular applications. While settling on a standard big data stack is deeply important to the big data industry as a whole, I’m nonetheless questioning the operational and competitive consequences for companies who choose to buy into this standard without first considering the value of building their own proprietary solution.
Where We Are Today: Limited Choice
New ISACA audit programs include cloud computing focus
Bulked-Up MegaPath Charts Course For Channel Growth
Mint Sets Spending Data Free
The online personal-finance assistant Mint often mines user data for trends and interesting charts to feature on its popular corporate blog. Now the Intuit-owned company is preparing to release the data it’s collected on behalf of its 3 million users. The new Mint Data product is currently publicly available as a soft launch, and should be announced to the public in the next few weeks. Instead of simply allowing logged-in members to look at their personal finances, now any visitor can access aggregate spending data for hundreds of U.S. cities.