Forbes contributor Ben Kepes has an interesting viewpoint about the cloud storage space.
As more companies grapple with the challenges of allowing employees to bring their own devices to work, they can perhaps gain some insight from a bunch of rocket scientists at NASA.
A large number of organizations continue to use cloud computing to drive cost efficiencies. But new data reveals that many are also using the cloud to drive large-scale digital transformation.
It's easy to assume that hybrid cloud deployments are strictly for the commitment-phobic but there are plenty of reasons why it makes sense for companies to use a combination of public or private cloud and dedicated servers rather than choose a single option.
Microsoft has confirmed that it will drop the Public Sites feature in SharePoint Online, and users are not happy.
Enterprise cloud collaboration service Huddle has raised $51 million in a Series D round of funding led by Zouk Capital, bringing total backing to well over $80 million. The company expects to use the funds to advance new versions of its software.
Businesses still running on Windows Server 2003 after July 2015 are opening themselves up to running afoul of compliance regulations, and increased security risks.
Cloud-based file sharing and collaboration company Box announced the launch of a new program called Box Trust that's designed to boost, well, customer trust in its service. Box isn't going at it alone in this new venture, however. They've brought a collection of 19 partners along for the ride, including such notable companies as Symantec, Recommind, OpenDNS and Splunk.
Digital experience company Acquia announced a new service that offers added protection and security to Drupal-based sites housed inside a corporate network. Acquia Cloud Shield helps users securely move on-site data in and out of the cloud via a virtual private network, or VPN, connection.
CoreOS this week unveiled the first release of Rocket as an alternative to the container technology from Docker.