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May 21, 2012 08:58 AMGoogle Docs, Dropbox, Carbonite and other cloud computing services may be hosting your corporate data right now. Learn why you need to accept the cloud and regain control.
April 20, 2012 09:00 AMEnterprises once relied on a variety of physical storage devices, both on-site and off, to manage backups--everything from tapes, disks and DVDs to USB drives. Now the cloud is replacing these storage options, providing additional functionality that enables users to not only back up data but also share and collaborate. However, while there are of plenty of cloud storage options available to businesses, there is a lot to consider before selecting a provider.
June 09, 2009 09:18 PMThe cloud storage and cloud service markets are so robust there are hundreds if not thousands of offerings, and the markets are beginning to become segmented into specific use cases.
April 19, 2008 04:01 AMHere's how to drive your software-as-a-service initiative beyond standbys like CRM--without getting into dangerous territory.
April 09, 2007 04:00 AMIf you know you need to back up your data, but keep putting it off, one of these online services may help you keep your backups up-to-date.
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VXLAN is an Experimental IETF draft of protocols to enable the creation of a large overlay, multi-tenant network.
: OpenFlow is poised to reach over-hyped status, yet there are practical, useful reasons for keeping an eye on Openflow. The biggest cloud players are involved and driving the feature creation.
Get a primer on the Openflow protocol and what it can do for networking.