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Defeating Cyber Threats Requires a Wider Net

As more organizations and users utilize the Internet, there will be more data, more management needs, and a lot of worries around security. The big push around cloud and the modern cloud-ready data center really revolves around IT consumerization and newly available resources. Just like any infrastructure, the bigger and more popular it gets – the bigger the target. Read More

Virtualization: The Next Frontier…


The data center industry has moved way beyond simple server virtualization, and is exploring new avenues to make virtualization an even more powerful platform. Let’s take a look at some of these newer approaches to virtualization. Read More

IBM Watson Could be Offered as Technology as a Service

The IBM Watson supercomputer.

IBM Watson – a cognitive computer – starred on Jeopardy! a few years ago. Today, IBM is experimenting with offering a way to reach Watson through a cloud service, and recently asked USC students for creative ways to apply Watson to business and social challenges. Read More

Verizon to Help U.S.D.A. Move to the Cloud

Microsoft’s public cloud platform Azure continues to add functionality for Big Data and the Internet of Things (IoT).

News from the cloud computing sector includes developments from Verizon, HP and Dell. Verizon will be moving federal agencies to its enterprise federal cloud product; Dell expands Master Data Management cloud solution; and HP was selected by Molson-Coors. Read More

Cordys Enables Cloud Brokerage For Telcos, Service Providers


Cordys believes its diverse platform of services form the ideal platform to help businesses transition to the new cloudy world. Cordys helps companies move from Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) to providing a Platform as a Service (PaaS) and serving as a cloud broker of partner services offered atop that platform. Read More

Public Cloud Security, Readiness and Reliability


When considering public cloud options, it’s important to understand where there is a direct fit. This means that both key business stakeholders as well as IT executives will need to see the benefits of moving towards a public cloud “Infrastructure as a Service” environment. Read More

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