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Cloud Computing: Examples of Adoption

As cloud technologists prepare for a major cloud conference in New York next week (Cloud Expo), we thought we’d look back at our recent coverage of the Cloud Connect conference, which generated some stories covering significant cloud topics. Read More

Seven Cloud Computing Trends (Part 1)

Cloud Computing Trends

With 2012 well underway, a few new trends in cloud computing have already been identified. At all levels of implementation, cloud hosting continues to dominate the industry. More than mere storage space, these hosted solutions now offer software-as-a-service (SaaS) and even platform-as-a-service (PaaS) functionality for business. Read More

Data Center Real Estate Showing Maturity


This week GI Partners and CalPERS, whose initial foray into the sector was enormously successful, announced that they would team on a new fund to invest in data center real estate. But the new fund will differ from their first collaboration in significant ways, which reflect how the industry has matured over the past decade. Read More

Startup Ajubeo Aims to Build CIO-Centric Cloud


Ajubeo is a cloud computing provider launching today that seeks to bring together enterprise hardware, software and networking technology packaged for either direct sales to end users or as a private-label Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) cloud platform. Read More

Cloud Hosting Buyer’s Guide

With the proliferation of cloud service providers over the last few years, organizations are no longer asking whether a cloud solution is appropriate for them, but rather, which cloud solution is. Selecting the right cloud solution requires thorough analysis into the level of security, control, customization and support your business requires. Read More

NVIDIA Unveils GPUs to Power Clouds


At the GPU Technology Conference, NVIDIA Corp. (NVDA) unveiled its cloud GPU technologies, based on the company’s new Kepler GPU architecture, which was designed for use in large-scale data centers. Read More

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