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Why Velocity, Not Speed, is the Key to Cloud Maturity

Cloud services still need a better understanding of what the service level agreements should be and ultimately a more concerted approach towards the applications.

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Security Updates Break ownCloud Installations

The ownCloud developers have released the third update to ownCloud 5.0 in 24 hours after two security updates caused installations of the software to become unusable. ownCloud 5.0.3 seems to fix these problems...

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Research: 96% Say IaaS Meets Expectations

TechRepublic's infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) survey reveals what companies say about current and future plans for the cloud, top vendors, and the benefits of a public versus private or hybrid cloud solution.

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DaaS, MaaS & DRaaS: The Next Phase Of Cloud Computing

It's no secret that the public cloud market has been growing like gangbusters. In fact, a recent Gartner study found spending on public cloud services is growing at more than 28% per year and private cloud spending is three times that of public cloud. That projects total cloud spending in 2016 to hit $240 billion. Cloud computing (both public and private) will pave the way forward for how companies will deploy new IT services. 

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Amazon Announces New Security Tool for its Cloud Services

The AWS CloudHSM hardware module is designed to improve Amazon's cloud security...

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