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Keith Townsend asserts that IaaS is a great foundation for building a data center that meets the elastic needs of the application layer, but it's not the end game.
18F has quietly become the bleeding edge of the US federal government's adoption of open source software. Read about the benefits and challenges of open source going mainstream.
While cloud providers embrace BYOD, Will Kelly looks at how the Huddle collaboration platform could provide a secure enterprise mobility and BYOD experience.
This briefing paper published by Webster Buchanan Research examines the evolution of SaaS in multi-country payroll, explaining the business implications of different approaches and...
There have been multiple high profile worldwide data breaches so far in 2014. Do you wonder what's happening on the UK Threat Landscape? Join Rackspace and Alert Logic to hear more...
There’s no such thing as “the cloud,” says this Frost & Sullivan executive brief. It’s more useful to think of the cloud as shorthand for a range of service and deployment models. ...
It’s true that many businesses today are taking advantage of cloud technology. It’s also true that far more have yet to adopt it in any meaningful way. What’s missing for most orga...
Two schools of thought about how to offer enterprise IT as a service have emerged: SOA or APIs. Here's what you need to know about each, and why one key nuance may be vitally impor...
The Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) is one the hottest areas in high tech, fueled in part by recent introductions of comprehensive offerings of virtualized servers, storage and...
Mobile content management is an emerging trend that enterprises need to grow and manage closely to ensure enterprise security and user productivity.