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Gartner: Public Cloud Services to Total $131B by 2017

Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS)—including storage and cloud compute services—remain the fastest growing segment of the market, according to the research firm, but high-growth emerging markets are where the money is.

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Red Hat: 'Riding the Wave' of Big Data

Red Hat is by no means any stranger to either Big Data or the open hybrid cloud, having been closely involved with both efforts for several years already. But with the company's announcement last week of a fresh strategic direction in those areas, it's clearly embarking on a new path.

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GSM Arduino Calls In to the Cloud

Cloud service provider Cumulocity will present an Arduino board with mobile communication capabilities at Embedded World. Co-operation with Deutsche Telekom is intended to give home users access to the Internet of Things.

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Rackspace Cuts its Cloud Pricing; Race to Bottom is On

Simply put, cloud infrastructure will be a buyer's market as the table stakes will be low pricing largely on AWS' terms.

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Stalking Shadow IT: Amazon Assembles An Enterprise Cloud Army

If you're like most enterprise IT professionals, you have serious concerns about cloud computing. According to a new Lieberman Software 2012 Cloud Security Survey, sponsored by the Cloud Security Alliance, 88% of the 300 IT professionals surveyed believe that some of their data hosted in the cloud could be lost, corrupted or accessed by unauthorized individuals. That's likely why 86% keep their most sensitive data behind-the-firewall. Despite those concernse, though, an equally whopping 86% believe their cloud deployment has been a success. It's therefore not unreasonable to suspect that 100% will be back at the cloud computing trough, again and again and again. That is really good news for Amazon, which is looking to double down on selling its cloud services to the enterprise.

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