Archives: June 2014

The cloud is the secret weapon in the Internet of things

June 27, 2014
Where does the Internet of things get its Internet? Usually from the public cloud, including specialty forms
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What does PaaS really mean? Let us know if you find out

June 24, 2014
As PaaS picks up steam, enterprises are finding that part of the cloud computing space is bit difficult to nail down
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Moving a database to the cloud? Wrap it in a services layer

June 20, 2014
Databases need to be logically and physically decoupled from applications in the cloud, despite what worked in the data center
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Last stand? Microsoft fights a U.S. warrant for the future of the cloud

June 17, 2014
Microsoft and other tech giants are battling the U.S. government over the right to see email stored on foreign servers
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Docker could threaten cloud providers' portability plans

June 13, 2014
Docker's adoption by Red Hat and Google could stymie cloud providers using traditional or proprietary portability approaches
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Netflix vs. Verizon: A sign of the cloud wars to come

June 10, 2014
The recent war of words between Netflix and Verizon is a sign of things to come as vendors grow desperate to grab cloud share
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The cloud and big data are no threat to data warehouses

June 06, 2014
You might think that people who build traditional data warehouses need to look for new jobs. You'd be wrong
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Microsoft and Salesforce.com are buddies? Get nervous

June 03, 2014
When Microsoft and Salesforce.com's minor announcement is treated like big news, an acquisition could be under discussion
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