And then giving a lot of it away.
In other words, it needs to catch up with Apple and Google and stick it to Dropbox in the process.
Mirantis launches the notoriously complicated OpenStack as a turnkey, pay-as-you-go service.
It may radically simplify app development for the cloud.
Maybe iCloud will be more appealing to cloud developers with free storage.
The company takes a big step toward fixing its broken iCloud service by making it more transparent to users.
In an increasingly cloud- and developer-centric world, Apple’s iCloud is practically invisible. Apple likes it that way, but it’s a mistake.
Microsoft no longer publicly bans employees of Google, Amazon and other rivals from a conference, but they’re still not welcome.
Nest “does not have an ads-based model and has never had any such plans.”
Microsoft is holding its annual Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington, D.C. in July, but it’s gone out of its way to uninvite four of its main competitors. According to the conference website: The following companies and their employees and representatives are excluded from pre-purchasing passes for attending and / or participating in WPC 2014 and […]
It may be pulling a Microsoft-style lock-in to promote its own version of OpenStack at the expense of open-source rivals.
Google to customers: Come for the cheap Web services, but stay for the detailed analytics.
A billion-dollar investment says HP is getting serious about the cloud.
It’s not the next Heartbleed, but a security flaw in social-login services gives you one more thing to watch out for in apps and on the Web.
Server farms, like corn farms, need plenty of water.
Defending against the Heartbleed bug involves way more than just patching buggy versions of OpenSSL.
Cloud customers may have a face-palm moment when they realize how hackers got in.
What depends on OpenSSL to secure your data?
Google now has a special relationship with Red Hat, which in turn is eager to draw business customers to the cloud.
In the battle for cloud developers, speed matters.