There’s no upfront payment, or maintenance contracts to tie you in, with plenty of flexibility offered across three different tiers of service.
This Thursday 2nd October, IBM is holding a Twitter Q&A on the subject of Big Data & Energy under the hashtag #IBMutilities. Submit your questions in advance here.
Oracle’s chairman Larry Ellison has confirmed that his company’s cloud service will match the price being offered by AWS as the firm transitions to more of a cloud-focus.
According to an IDG survey commissioned by information management specialist CommVault, private cloud adoption can lead to better IT services, greater agility and reduced risk for businesses.
The new store has been started up to allow developers to offer applications to companies in a range of categories and alongside HP’s own apps.
The partnership will enable staff and students to access more than 300 educational and clinical applications securely, providing services for those with intellectual and physical disabilities.
Businesses are increasingly taking their IT operations into the cloud. The one thing that surprises some people to see in the cloud, however, is their telephony.
Larger enterprises are being targeted by the new private cloud that can assist companies that want to build a private cloud by providing dynamic scaling for hundreds of nodes.
The Data Protection Heat Index report from the Cloud Security Alliance also showed that the vast majority of cloud security experts want a global consumer bill of rights for data privacy.
IBM Watson vs Food: Supercomputer takes to the food truck for its latest cognitive computing challnge
IBM is using the power of its cloud combined with the Watson supercomputer to produce surprising recipes from a range of ingredients that are entered into the system.
Seven years after its inception, online image editing service Aviary has been acquired by Adobe. The Photoshop stalwart is no stranger to the cloud, of course.