It's Friday and that means it's time for my weekly feature, The Cloud 5. This week we look at a brief history of AWS, the beauty of the IBM-Apple partnership and a how containerization got so popular.http://bit.ly/1Eneq2q
Cloud computing has surely arrived, and a recent survey conducted by 451 Research suggests that usage is surprisingly stable across the world. What's really surprising though is that the survey found IT on-premises budgets have dropped below 50 percent. http://bit.ly/1HMj77l
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I t's Friday and that means it's time for my weekly feature, The Cloud 5. This week, we look at HP back-pedaling from exiting the public cloud, Docker's huge pay day and how cloud security fears persist despite evidence to the contrary. http://bit.ly/1FRMTmi
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It's Friday and that means it's time for my regular weekly feature, the Cloud 5. This week, the fastest Chromebook yet, analytics moves to the cloud and survey finds cloud living up to hype. http://bit.ly/1CEiL23
The cloud was once the buzzword of the day, but I've notice lately it's being replaced by Big Data and the Internet of Things, and the cloud has settled in that level of comfort where we just accept it as a way of computing. And you know what? It's about time. http://bit.ly/18DOHpa
Box has taken a vertical approach to the market since announcing Box for Industries last Fall at the BoxWorks conference. This morning it introduced its latest, financial services, but it could face challenge selling Wall Street on the cloud. http://tcrn.ch/181QNPx
One analyst suggested in a Tweet Storm today that the only cloud that mattered is public cloud and the rest is basically a garbage bin set of terms to please the markets. I can't totally disagree, but I also know a hybrid mix of public and private computing is going to exist for a long time to come. http://bit.ly/1FkOTof
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