Content posted in March 2017
Google’s Big Enterprise Cloud Bet
Information Resources 3/23/2017
In this special report, Enterprise Cloud News looks at the factors driving Google's successes and failures, and whether it's a good idea for enterprises to look to Google as a cloud partner.
Cloud Skills: What’s Hot?
Information Resources 3/14/2017
To help gain insight into the skills that are changing the way IT professionals work with the cloud, Enterprise Cloud News conducted a focused survey of enterprise cloud users in February 2017.
The survey asked: “Which of these cloud skills are most important for 2017?” Readers were offered a chance to pick three skills they believed most important. Of the readers surveyed, 67 returned responses to the question.
Whether it's moving infrastructure or workloads over to the cloud, the migration is never easy. However, a pair of studies show that enterprises are forging ahead.
Today public cloud, tomorrow hybrid cloud? Dell EMC provides some detail on the Air Force's big cloud move.
A report by the London School of Economics and Rackspace finds that a lack of cloud skills is costing enterprises more than $250 million in missed revenue.
Dell EMC, General Dynamics and Microsoft recruited for five-year IT transformation for up to 776,000 users.
At nearly 100 years old, Pitney Bowes is looking to transform itself through adopting the cloud, while delivering its traditional services through SaaS.
Enterprise Cloud News caught up with Ty Schmitt, a Dell Fellow and executive director for Extreme Scale Infrastructure with Dell EMC, to find out ...
One of the more interesting areas of development around data center technology is the innovation underway in the way power is sourced, used and ...
Canonical's founder, Mark Shuttleworth, highlights the key NFV challenges facing network operators and discusses the impact of cloud, IoT, open ...
Light Reading Enterprise Cloud editor Mitch Wagner says network operators are starting to focus on what they're good at, connectivity, to help ...
Andrew Edison, Level 3's senior VP of sales, EMEA region, talks about the drivers of growth in the unified communications services market.