The results are in: We have made zero progress since 2010. This was the year that IDC published results of a survey regarding cloud computing, and it found that security was the biggest barrier toward adoption. This statistic has found its way onto pretty much every presentation about cloud computing since 2010.
At VMworld 2015, the tech giant announces enhancements to its management software, converged infrastructure portfolio and Wyse thin client OS.
Dell is introducing a range of new and upgraded products aimed at VMware environments and that are part of the tech vendor's push to help organizations embrace hybrid clouds.
It's no secret that cloud computing and data analytics are both rapidly growing areas of IT. Put them together, and you get a winning combination that's expected to grow by more than 26 percent annually over the next five years.
That's according to market-tracking firm Research and Markets, which on Friday released a new report on the global cloud analytics market.
Amazon says its pioneering cloud computing services are actively used by over one million customers.
The tech giant revealed the number day, during its fourth quarter earnings announcement. Each of those one million customers have used its cloud services during a recent one month period, the company said, and usage grew close to 90 percent in the fourth quarter compared to the same quarter the year before.
Say hello to Flink, the newest distributed data analysis engine on the scene.
This week, the Apache Software Foundation announced Apache Flink as its newest Top-Level Project (TLP). Apache also provides a home for Hadoop, Cassandra, Lucene and many widely used open source data processing tools, so Flink's entry into the group speaks well for its technical chops.