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Google Sets Up to Challenge Amazon Web Services

Google's cloud platform garnered a ton of interest at Google IO and comparisons to Amazon Web Services. However, the burden of enterprise proof lies with the search giant for now.

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Your Cloud Provider Is Toast. Now What?

Your cloud provider is great. Your cloud provider is cheap. Your cloud provider is out of business. Now what do you do? If your favorite consumer cloud service goes out of business or simply feels it's time to end-of-life a particular application, it's frustrating but life goes on. More often than not, you weren't paying for the service, anyway. But for an enterprise, losing access to a preferred SaaS application can be devastating. Just ask Xeround's customers. 

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What's Behind the Hybrid Cloud Hype?

Hybrid cloud technology is garnering much attention of late -- whether for cutting-edge development and the continuous integration and release processes achieved through devops, or for traditional enterprise-proven approaches to infrastructure and applications. There's more to hybrid clouds than hype. The ability to manage different infrastructures and applications across a...

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IBM Divulges Private Cloud Progress in an Infographic

IBM eats its own dogfood, reports significant cost savings and more customer interactions with private cloud.

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Oracle Report Examines Impact of Bad Cloud Deployments on Business Results

Oracle's latest survey attempts to reveal "the good, the bad, and the ugly" sides of the cloud for business managers.

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