NetSuite has announced NetSuite OneWorld SRP, claimed to be the first end-to-end cloud business management solution, suitable for global services businesses from corporate, to subsidiaries, down to individual project level.
RightNow has announced the RightNow CX cloud solution, a customer experience suite designed to assist organisations to deliver seamless customer web, social and contact centre experiences.
Cloud computing is fast becoming one of the most widely adopted IT trends of recent years. Lured by the offer of flexible, low-cost and easily scalable IT, many businesses are relying more and more heavily on cloud-based applications, storage and security. However, as highlighted by Gartner and many others, big questions remain over the security of cloud computing. Clearswift’s Peter Croft* explains how the big security questions should be answered.
Uncertainty over adequate security and data privacy outweighs other barriers to cloud computing by a wide margin.
NEC Australia has extended its cloud computing and services strategy with the launch of a hosted managed service aimed at SMEs.
Virtualisation and cloud computing are allowing end users to get out from under the thumb of IT departments - something that could be worth worrying about.
Virtualisation has strong ties to cloud-computing, ones that could influence how you use the technology.
Zscaler provides risk mitigation and policy enforcement for businesses through its in-the-cloud utility service. Users do not need to purchase, deploy or manage multiple point products.
The first step in the adoption of cloud-computing should be an analysis and reconfiguration of your LAN and WAN.
Atmos, a cloud computing-based infrastructure offering, is now available.
Analyst Mark Bowker explains what a private cloud is, and what makes it different from the garden variety virtual server.
At IDC's Virtualization Forum, users reported that support issues have slowed down their deployments.
According to Melbourne IT, which recently undertook a cloud-computing beta, users need more education on cloud and virtual technologies.
Compliance issues mean that cloud computing will not solve every problem the data centre industry faces, according to one writer.