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IT firms' cloud appetite strong as gear sales surge 25 percent

In another sign of the movement of more and more data into cloud services, global first-quarter sales of cloud-related hardware rose 25.1 percent year on year, to nearly US$6.3 billion, according to an IDC survey.

Written by Tim Hornyak03 July 15 19:34

Chicago taxes cloud and streaming services

The City of Chicago has implemented sweeping new tax regulations that target the use of streaming and cloud computing services, the law firm ReedSmith says.

Written by Brandon Butler02 July 15 21:26

Juniper scales down the Internet core

Juniper Networks this week extended its core router lineup with a compact, fixed-configuration model capable of 3Tbps.

Written by Jim Duffy27 June 15 02:43

The real risks of moving to the cloud

Control over your data and its security are impaired when you pass it to a cloud provider, says Guy Betar.

Written by Guy Betar26 June 15 14:47

Red Hat makes its case to be THE container company

Looking to establish itself as the leader in the nascent container technology market, Red Hat has enabled one of its flagship products to support containers fully and released a new container management platform, too.

Written by Brandon Butler26 June 15 02:09

IBM, Box partner on cloud analytics technologies

IBM and online storage firm Box have formed a wide-ranging cloud technologies partnership that will allow Box users to apply Watson Analytics know-how to their content while IBM customers can use Box's content collaboration platform.

Written by Tim Hornyak24 June 15 17:14

Can Oracle catch up in the Cloud?

Oracle has finally arrived in full form at the Cloud party, and it's clearly hoping to make up for lost time.

Written by Katherine Noyes24 June 15 04:58

IBM books CopLink into the cloud

Potentially giving smaller law enforcement agencies a hand in fighting crime, IBM has migrated its CopLink search service to the cloud, minimizing the amount of work needed to hook into the North American crime-fighting database.

Written by Joab Jackson23 June 15 02:30

Enterprises lukewarm to SDNs

Even though service providers are well on their way with SDNs, enterprise adoption of the technology is slowed by a host of issues.

Written by Jim Duffy20 June 15 02:53

Why SoftBank's Pepper could become the iPhone of robots

It can't cook or clean or do laundry, but SoftBank's Pepper could become the first breakout humanoid consumer robot and the vanguard of an era of mechanized, cloud-connected assistants.

Written by Tim Hornyak19 June 15 21:01

The path to Agile: Successes and slip-ups

IT and digital execs from News Corp, CommBank, and Australia Post discuss why Agile is still very much a work in progress.

Written by Byron Connolly19 June 15 15:47

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