Still, more than one-third were clear on the fact that the cloud allows them to share information with people they’d rather not interact with in person — perhaps that would be the 40 percent who like that the cloud lets them work from home in the nude. ...More
Despite the fact that "cloud" has become a ubiquitous technology term, more than half of IT pros who responded to a new survey said it's "too risky for prime time" and only suitable for commodity applications like CRM and email. ...More
Cloud computing has introduced many new terms for I-T. Many of these overlap and tend to make cloud services hard to understand. In this video, Channel Partners' Craig Galbraith drills down on Infrastructure as a Service.