As organizations continue to look to cloud services for IT and business uses, their computing environments are becoming vast, entangled webs that span public cloud services and various forms of
The question of who's the CISO's boss is an old one, and there's still no single answer. I
Ask Shutterstock CIO David Giambruno about building a software-defined data center (SDDC) at the stock photo company, and he'll talk about what he calls "indiscriminate computing." He...
Are two clouds better than one? For many organizations moving part or all of their IT operations into the cloud, they are. Three and four are even better.
Many organizations today follow a multicloud strategy --
A recent industry report had a finding anyone in IT right now would find arresting: Cloud adoption rates have dipped. Me: Come again? Report: Usage of cloud applications is...
Cloud service agreements -- which spell out the obligations and responsibilities a cloud provider and a customer must adhere to -- are documents organizations with IT operations in the
A long-term care provider turned to cloud computing to shore up security and boost application performance. Here's the rundown: The Problem The IT situation at Creative Solutions in Healthcare was pretty dire two and a half years ago. When CIO Shawn Wiora came on board he...
Cloud Expo 2016 had an ambitious billing: "The World of Cloud Computing All in One Place!"
Held in a subterranean sector of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York in June, the convention indeed
Mitaka is not only the latest release of the OpenStack cloud infrastructure service; it's also a city in Japan.
In a webinar Thursday detailing the 13th version of the open source platform,