Cloud Related Spending to Triple by 2017 IT spending on cloud infrastructure and services is said to grow a healthy 20% to 172.4 billion next year, according to IHS Technology. That is, an increasing move on the part of enterprise businesses to move their information technology services,[...]
Video: Stephen Fry explains Cloud Computing. Animated! Stephen Fry, a comedian (yes, you may know him from QI or similar shows), is a narrator in a video sponsored by Databarracks that explores changes to computer thinking, in what is mainly - cloud computing, and all it takes is 5 minutes.[...]
Amazon Web Services Demistified There has been much ado about Amazon Web Services and their taking over the cloud market, recently. Newvem (http://www.newvem.com/) analysis brings the story into graphics and explains that it is about "money", but also - "the capacity". AWS operates a 100% profit[...]
Understanding Data: Bytes Sized Information is Beautiful Studio has made an infographic for BBC Future comparing megabytes, gigabytes, terabytes, petabytes, exabytes, zettabytes, and even yottabytes of data to analogue content in books, biological data and data encoded in our cells. It serves as a[...]
Rackspace to Contribute to CERN Openlab CERN openly decided on creating a hybrid cloud solution with Rackspace's public and private cloud in order to continue their experiments and research on the origins of Universe. Rackspace has entered into a contributor agreement with CERN.
Do you own a start-up that builds web applications, or enterprise software? The best long term option for hosting is obviously - the cloud, if you want to make your business scalable, and your production disruptive. The upward cloud movement is inevitable, and not just a passing hype. Start-ups[...]
WordPress’ 10th Anniversary People get passionate about their blogs more than they do about their Twitter or Facebook profiles, explains Matt Mullenweg, CEO at Wordpress, and looks back on a 10-year career of one of the most popular content management systems (CMS). Today, Wordpress moves more than[...]
Google I/O - Google Glass means More Data Turned Into Services "In 2004 it was about using RSS feeds to read blogs. Today, Google Glass is like a reader, pulling in data to a lens that transmits it for the human mind to read. Again, it’s a new way to turn data into services," reports Alex Williams[...]
Rackspace Launches Open Cloud Academy As more and more companies are turning to cloud computing, they need to hire more stuff with cloud computing skills. Which are, half of the time, difficult to find, according to the survey that Rackspace conducted while researching the potential market market[...]
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