Dell has announced the 16 winners of its “Connect What Matters” Internet of Things (IoT) contest, alongside announcing new and promoted partners for its IoT Solutions Partner Program. The Connect What Matters contest has been running since October 2015, and asked for companies big and small to submit IoT ideas. Dell and Intel hosted the […]
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 […]
Guest author Baron Schwartz, an expert in MySQL, is the founder of VividCortex and the author of “High Performance MySQL.” He has helped build and scale some of the world’s largest web, social, gaming, and mobile properties. The industry is rapidly embracing Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS), cloud offering for companies looking to rent access to digital data […]
Mirantis’s Boris Renski on why VMware found an unlikely champion.
Oracle, Microsoft, IBM—call your office.
Hard out there for an incumbent.
Microsoft no longer publicly bans employees of Google, Amazon and other rivals from a conference, but they’re still not welcome.
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 […]
A billion-dollar investment says HP is getting serious about the cloud.
What depends on OpenSSL to secure your data?
The longtime cloud and virtualization company will benefit from the mobile footholds provided by MDM company AirWatch.
Who’s going to win the cloud? It might be VMware and Microsoft, not Amazon, a UBS analyst argues.
One analyst is projecting Amazon’s cloud business to be worth $50 billion by 2015. That valuation may not be nearly optimistic enough.
Uncle Sam, would you like to add cloud services to your Amazon cart?
A lot of VMware’s recent announcements aren’t thrilling its partners and vendors.
VMware claims to be giving its customers an express lane to the cloud. Less clear is whether they’ll take it.
VMware takes virtualization beyond compute, now in the realm of networking.
While most companies fight copycats, Red Hat embraces its top clone, CentOS. Here’s how that helps it fight real enemies like VMware.
Better cloud development tools will be a win for everyone.
VMware has long dominated virtualization, but the trend toward multiple hypervisors and cloud computing threatens to shake its grip, according to IDC.