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IBM, AT&T Promise More Security With Cloud Service on Private Networks

IBM and AT&T are combining forces on a new network-based cloud service that runs on private networks rather than public infrastructures.

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Samsung-Backed Pivot3 Is Now Powering Samsung’s Push Into Small Business Cloud Serivces

Pivot3, the Texas-based data storage company, and Samsung Electronics are entering a new partnership aimed at broadening the pair’s appeal to small and medium-sized enterprises wanting to deploy virtualized desktop infrastructure. 

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Enterprise Computing IS the Cloud

Cloud strategy is now indivisible from enterprise computing - can Oracle retain its vast customer base in this new era?

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Survey Shows That Concerns Remain in the Open Source Cloud

Open source cloud computing solutions have been proliferating, as businesses and organizations demand flexible solutions for deploying public and private cloud applications. Among these solutions, OpenStack remains one of the highest profile examples, with vendors ranging from Hewlett-Packard to Red Hat to Dell supporting it. But, OpenStack competes directly with Eucalyptus Systems, which we've covered since its inception here at OStatic, and with Citrix's CloudStack. Despite all this competition among open source cloud platforms, we noted the other day that not everyone is so smitten with the trend.  And, according to the results of a new survey from Zenoss, there are many concerns about open source cloud offerings. Zenoss surveyed more than 100,000 members of its community on open source cloud topics and...

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Cloud Storage Isn't What It Used To Be [Humor]

There's a generation of youngsters growing up who think that Cloud Storage means Dropbox or Drive, and not some crazed childhood idea to collect all those awesomely shaped plumes in the sky. [XKCD] More »...

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