Google has a dream. It’s an ambitious dream but, with hard work and dedication, Google’s cloud chief Diane Green figures Google can realize its dreams. The dream? To be hopelessly, blindingly dull. Enterprise dull. Green is telling people that Google is “very serious about the enterprise,” but she has yet to demonstrate that Google really […]
AWS is on a tear, and it’s ripping up legacy tech vendors.
Unwillingness to compromise on the future.
The game company is the latest casualty in the attempt to outdo Amazon’s cloud.
Its rivals have only themselves to blame for the rise of AWS.
They’ve cracked the code with developers, and it’s paying off.
The data has spoken; ignore it and risk obsolescence.
IBM’s big claim beggars belief.
AWS looks unbeatable in the cloud. That’s not stopping Marten Mickos.
$1 billion in private-cloud revenue pales next to AWS.
Which makes it really hard for anyone to catch up.
Windows is big but stagnant. Azure is the future.
They completely miss the point.
The Amazon cloud is everywhere.
Hard out there for an incumbent.
For all the billions spent trying to compete with Amazon, the public cloud leader marches on.
The public cloud is cheap and set to get even cheaper, but how much you save depends upon how you manage it.
As cloud adoption continues to accelerate, IT is the last to know.
The private cloud appears to be booming, according to new Forrester data, but this may simply reflect an increase in cloud confusion.
Who’s going to win the cloud? It might be VMware and Microsoft, not Amazon, a UBS analyst argues.