Dropbox may have years on Google Drive, but it’s a relatively small firm, even though it stores massive amounts of data. Google is an old-timer by Web standards, but new to the storage world, having launched Google Drive after nearly six years of its rumored near-term arrival. Google has docs; Dropbox has moxy.
Two great strategies for cutting IT overhead. What you gain on the swings, you may lose on the roundabout.
If you are lucky enough to already have an ESB and customer master database, and everyone's already using them, congratulations. The other 99.9 percent of you should read on.
Windows 8 machines are coming out sometime this fall, but that doesn't mean businesses should shift to panic mode to upgrade their corporate desktops and laptops, experts say.
Organizations are adopting cloud software, but few are ready to move away completely from their familiar on-premises tools.
Cloud? What cloud? There's still a market for standalone storage devices--big devices, judging by the newest drive from Other World Computing.
As IT transitions from the "if" to the "how" phase, enterprises are wrestling with a slew of fresh questions.
The CFO slashes your IT budget and cloud computing seems to be the only way out. Marketing says there is no time to waste to get their campaigns start and you must buy server capacities fast. You are now about to sign up for a cloud service. Are the contract terms the first or last thing you would worry about?
JP Rangaswami says if you're not sharing costs, it ain't cloud.
Singapore’s Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) is issuing a S$21 million (US$16.6 million) call-for-collaboration (CFC) to develop software-as-a-service (SaaS) for small and medium size businesses.