At its upcoming AWS Government, Education and Nonprofits Symposium, look for opportunities to get educated and do some peer networking, says the cloud giant.
A new study found that financial organisations aren’t taking up the opportunities presented by the cloud due to worries over how secure data back-ups are.
Larger percentages of hardware funds are being spent on the cloud than ever before and it’s expected to reach some 22 per cent of all spending by 2018.
Believe it or not, the cloud is not a magical wonderland that protects your data, nor does it have any unique and unheard of risks. Of course, when something is ‘over there’, it feels like it’s less your problem. So many things that would have perhaps been a nagging feeling about a server you set...
The company has implemented 200 additional services that utilise its government accreditation and can be used by SMEs to procure public sector contracts.
The firm’s premier public cloud offering had enhanced malware protection and a range of improvements that make disaster recovery cheaper and easier for enterprises.
For Darren Watkins, Managing Director at VIRTUS, this 'Netflix model' may be the best clue to the future of cloud.
Geraldine Osman, VP International Marketing at Connected Data, says it's a line your own 'Lord Sugar' might be using on you soon - so watch out...
Oracle has released two new cloud services to help businesses in the management and migration of data between in-house infrastructure and the public cloud.
The public cloud services market will rise in 2016 and is expected to grow its worth to $204 billion (£142bn), up from $175bn (£122bn) in 2015, Gartner has reported.
New research suggests that large numbers of public sector organisations in the UK are embracing public cloud services to drive their digital aspirations.
There have been several key buzzwords in 2014, with ‘Cloud’ perhaps being one of the most popular. This has been highlighted by the fact that cloud adoption has grown significantly, with several trends emerging throughout the year.