IBM and Chinese ISP Tencent have inked a deal that will see the two companies team up to jointly market cloud-based services for SMBs working in smart cities and healthcare among other verticals.
Salesforce has opened its first European datacentre in UK this week, the first of three the company plans to open in the EU in the coming year.
Microsoft announced it is contributing the second generation of its Open CloudServer specification to the Open Compute Project, an open source collaboration aimed at reducing the cost of servers while improving their performance.
The deal with Telstra marks AppDirect’s first foray into the Asia Pacific region, and is a sign of the growing popularity of cloud application marketplaces
Flash storage vendor Pure Storage has joined the OpenStack Foundation as a corporate sponsor and released two pieces of software that work on top of the open source orchestration platform.
Twitter and IBM have inked a deal that will see the companies jointly develop big data analytics services and applications that deliver insights using Twitter data.
LeaseWeb is looking to Equinix to help facilitate the cloud, colo and hosting provider’s expansion in the US West Coast. The move comes just months after the company expanded its presence in Germany and Singapore.
A study including feedback from over 1,800 IT decision-makers globally suggests enterprises are still struggling with securing data hosted in cloud-based services.
Rolls-Royce is deploying Workday’s cloud-based human capital management platform in a bid to streamline the company’s global human resources operations.
Google and Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) are partnering to help business adopt cloud-based services, in a move that will bolster the exposure of Google’s cloud apps and platforms.