Research reported by Vanson Bourne found that cloud knowledge when it comes to SLAs is hard to find at an executive level as IT leaders admitted that SLAs are confusing.
Two giant startups carry on the Kraft legacy as they rapidly launch themselves — and new, tasty product offerings.
This HP whitepaper explains how the cloud can deliver the business agility companies are now demanding across their operations, and what they have to do to benefit from it.
How can cloud computing help to improve sustainability, and what role should the cloud play in green IT planning? This HP whitepaper examines the green credentials of cloud computing.
Many staff members simply don’t understand the risks of using consumer-level cloud services in a workplace environment.
At the Trust in the Digital world summit in Vienna, Tobias Hölwarth, the vice-chairman and treasurer for EuroCloud, spoke about how Europe faces falling behind in cloud adoption.
At the Trust in the Digital world summit in Vienna, Head of Security for the engineering group of TU Darmstadt Stefan Katzenbeisser, spoke about why customers still fear data theft.
According to new research, three quarters of civil servants admitted that they were unaware of the benefits of cloud technology, in another example of the UK's growing IT knowledge gap.
A survey by Cloudamour found that CEOs and MDs are behind a movement that is seeing more companies move to the cloud with 81 per cent now using cloud services in some way.
Outsourcery, a cloud services provider, has stated the need for the knowledge divide between central and local government to be narrowed in order for procurement to be wider.
Edward Snowden’s various revelations have led to all manner of repercussions, and the cloud has felt some stormy shockwaves, too.