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When it Comes to the Cloud, CIOs, CEOs Prefer to Keep it Private

A fresh survey of top enterprise decision-makers finds that while public and hybrid clouds provide plenty of benefits and conveniences, most executives still believe private clouds are safer, easier to use and give service providers more flexibility to quickly respond to their customers’ ever-changing demands.

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OpenSaaS and the Future of Government IT Innovation

In recent years, open source software projects, and, separately, cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) products have begun to significantly disrupt traditional technology vendor business models in government, making it easier and cheaper for governments to procure and implement the software solutions they need. Now, OpenSaaS—SaaS based on open source code—is poised to...

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Microsoft Releases Linux Integration Services 3.5 for Hyper-Vf

Microsoft is making room for more Linux distros on its virtualization platform with the release of Linux Integration Services 3.5 (LIS 3.5) for Hyper-V. 

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Red Hat, With Dell, Could Provide Much Needed OpenStack Direction

While Red Hat is often lauded for its ability to support open source software and retain loyal subscribers to its support contracts, the company has also established itself as a strong leader and open source community booster. In 2014, Red Hat's focus is going to shift much more in the direction of cloud computing, as it pursues numerous OpenStack-focused initiatives. 

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OpenStack Takes Over The Datacenter

I’ve been watching the rise of OpenStack with an ambivalent mixture of curiosity and dread over the past few years. With the recent announcement of OpenStack support baked into Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, it seems OpenStack is emerging as the de facto standard for virtualization and abstraction in the private could. 

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