This Halloween, it’s not the ghouls and goblins that give us the biggest scare. It’s cloud apps. But don’t look too closely because they’re also pretty scary. Here are five reasons why.
When it comes to protecting your business critical applications, one cloud is a good start but two are much better. No, really.
How is it 2014 and I still don't understand all the cloud jargon out there? Thankfully at a SAGE hosted roundtable ITProPortal got to decipher the jargon surrounding the cloud.
There is little doubt that cloud will play an increasingly important role as more and more organisations adopt cloud based strategies to underpin their IT infrastructures.
According to a recent report, over 70 per cent of organisations are using the cloud to run mission critical applications - an increase on 2013 figures.
A new report into the cloud spending of enterprises has found that IT departments are now making most of the decisions on new technologies with a crossover at earlier stages of the process.
Microsoft just stoked the fires of the cloud storage wars once again. There have been various updates to OneDrive in recent months, but now storage limitations are a thing of the past.
HP has shaken up the world of OpenStack clouds with the launch of its Helion OpenStack community edition, which is available on all virtual shelves as of today.
Skyhigh has produced a new European Cloud Adoption and Risk Report which highlights fresh security and data protection concerns when it comes to cloud services.
It provides organisations the chance to build an on-premise cloud solution using Helion OpenStack tools and benefiting from Helion’s vast community of developers.