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IBM Stays Committed to the Cloud, But What of OpenStack?

While there have been questions about IBM's true commitment to the OpenStack cloud computing platform, the company definitely remains focused on cloud computing. Today IBM announced plans to commit  more than $1.2 billion to significantly expand its global cloud footprint. 

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OpenStack's New Icehouse Version is Coming in April

As we've been covering on OStatic, the OpenStack cloud computing platform is poised for implementation at many organizations this year, and the next major version of the platform, dubbed Icehouse, is on deck as well. 

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Juniper Intros New Security Suite for Virtual Workloads on Public, Private Clouds

This is probably just the beginning of new security updates from Juniper with the 2014 RSA show just around the corner.

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The Silver Lining Of The NSA Scandal

 The truth is that for enterprise security folks, the threat to our privacy and data is not the NSA. It’s the hacktivists, criminal organizations and rogue insiders who are using increasingly sophisticated techniques to gain access to our corporate intellectual property.

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Tackling Cancer Through Big Data and the Cloud

Researchers at the National Cancer Institutes's Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology are building an open source public cloud to broaden access to cancer genomics data, and speed experimentation and discovery.

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