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Charging less hasn't been enough for the Google Cloud, but giving access to its internal tech just might be. Matt Asay explains.
VMware's Ben Fathi spoke with TechRepublic about his three decade career working with operating systems, his first year as CTO of VMware, and why he thinks we are at a critical mom...
FCC CIO David Bray talks about the challenges of updating the agency's IT infrastructure, which has been challenged to ingest more than three million comments about net neutrality.
In an exceedingly data driven economy, it's obvious that that raising as key competitive differentiators and retaining the talent pool has become a matter of dominant importance. T...
While Amazon took a beating last quarter due to pricing pressure from rivals, that same pricing pressure may be helping the cloud giant in ways its critics misunderstand.
Microsoft COO Kevin Turner told an audience at the 2014 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference that economy Windows 8 laptops and tablets are on the way.
Google has taken a series of steps to make its Cloud Platform a better fit for the enterprise. Will it be able to gain market share against trusted incumbents?
Transient Analysis of Communication Network Model with Homogeneous Poisson arrivals and Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation
Queuing models play a dominant role in many communication systems for optimum utilization of the resources. In this paper, the authors develop and analyze a two node tandem communi...
With the third annual Tizen developer conference looming, Samsung continues to pave the way for an alternative to Android.
There's a lot to be said for paying a few bucks a day to make the fear of data roaming charges go away.