Bring your own device (BYOD) has become an accepted practice in business. Gartner predicts that by 2017, half of all employers will require workers to supply their own devices for work. Yet there are mixed reports about whether BYOD actually saves businesses money.
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The most important cloud acquisitions this year have one thing in common: OpenStack.
People are using more kinds of devices to get work done than ever before. Yet business apps aren't always available on users' devices of choice.
Historically, cloud BI has been mostly used by smaller businesses, but larger enterprises are starting to make the trek.
Companies are having to be pickier about which data sets they collect, process and use. It's all about having the right architecture in place.
Calculating the real ROI of Cloud apps requires the analysis of a lot of factors, and cutting corners on that process means you might not save money.
Calculating the real ROI of cloud apps requires the analysis of a lot of factors, and cutting corners on that process means you might not save money.
In an unusual case, a U.S. judge ruled on Wednesday that Motorola cannot enforce an injunction that would prevent Microsoft from selling Windows products in Germany, should a German court issue such an injunction next week.
Microsoft plans to build a new data center, this time in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Google CEO Larry Page published a long public letter on Thursday that gives an update on the company's strategy and highlights some of the conflicts he faces after a year at the head of the company.
The latest version of the cloud operating system OpenStack, known as Essex, will be released on Thursday, and supporters say that its stability should encourage larger deployments.
Citrix has abandoned its Olympus OpenStack distribution and will focus instead on its open-source CloudStack operating system, which it has contributed as a project under the Apache Software Foundation.
Terremark is offering enterprises a new private cloud service that includes the option to burst onto a public cloud.
Oracle and Google have failed to settle their intellectual property dispute and appear headed to court on April 16.
Revenue and sales continue to shrink at Research In Motion as the company struggles to stay relevant before it launches a new smartphone platform.