Web browser or Office suite? Microsoft's and Google's office productivity and collaboration clouds pit rich and complex against simple and lean more
The scalability of cloud computing depends on sharing resources that were never shared before, creating a new set of risks and demanding a new set of security best practices.
Not all the proven practices of the past work in today’s interconnected, heterogeneous world. Here’s what you need to do differently
In this in-depth PDF, InfoWorld explains how to make sense of big data using new analysis tools and abundant processing power to pluck critical insights from the massive volumes of corporate and external data.
Build the next-gen data center with this guide.
A new generation of monitoring systems addresses the challenges of large-scale applications and more dynamic infrastructures
InfoWorld's experts keep you up to date on the realities of deploying the cloud in the enterprise
The path to launching a cloud service is not so straightforward. Here’s how to find likely services among your existing applications -- and get them ready to roll
Both business and IT need the agility enabled by the private cloud. Now you can apply technologies and processes pioneered by public cloud services to your own data center.
The scalability of cloud computing depends on sharing resources that were never shared before, creating a new set of risks -- and demanding a new set of security best practices
Small businesses now have a viable alternative to the risk and expense of capital investment in infrastructure and big-ticket software: Cloud computing services.
According to IDC, storage requirements grow from 50 to 100 percent annually at most global 2000 enterprises. To keep up, enterprises are turning to storage services in the cloud.