Dell's billion dollar Cloud roll out has been dramatically scaled back, with the emphasis shifting from public to private Clouds.
Private Cloud market champion VMware is going public on its long-rumoured public Cloud IaaS offering and is pitching a hybrid future to customers.
The UK government is set to introduce a Public Cloud First policy across Whitehall departments in what appears to be a major victory for the G-Cloud programme team in the Cabinet Office.
VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger and his market have the Innovator’s Dilemma, and the enemy isn’t public Cloud but private Clouds, says Forrester.
Rackspace CEO Napier has grand ambitions to shake up Amazon and VMware's holds on the Cloud market, but it's a learning experience for him and his customers.
Cost efficiency remains the key driver of Cloud investment in the Western European government sector, according to a new study by global research firm IDC.
Dell has officially confirmed a buyout by its founder and CEO Michael Dell and private equity firm Silver Lake, but where does this leave the Cloud strategy?
Public Cloud’s reputation for poor security makes it increasingly viewed as a service unsuited to the rigours of today’s businesses, suggests Jonathan Birch, EMEA Practice Lead for Technical Infrastructure at NTT DATA.
2012 was the year that SAP really got to grips with the Cloud. So what does 2013 hold in store? Sven Denecken, Vice President, Customer and Market Strategy, Cloud Solutions, gazes into his crystal ball.
Many existing on-premise applications won’t disappear but will transition into Cloud-delivered services so we’ll all have to work out what Cloudy licences look like.