Oracle's infrastructure-as-a-service offering would let agencies operate high-performance cloud computing services without the up-front costs of owning the hardware.
As DOD moves into cloud computing, pilots and projects look to assess risk and develop multiple layers of network defense.
Melrose, Mass., learned a lesson about bandwidth while providing cloud-based services to a smaller town.
The state and the Desert Research Institute partner with IBM to use analytics and advanced research applications for scientific research, education and economic development.
NIST offers a scheme for trusted geolocation, a way to ensure that resources agencies use in the cloud are kept secure.
Regional cooperation and sharing resources is the wave of the future, members of the 15-state alliance say.
ProfitBricks unveils virtual data center services that offer customers precise control of design and scale of cloud infrastructure resources.
Reaping efficiency from data center consolidation will require new technologies, including unified computing and business analytics, to measure performance gains and savings.
Sweeping changes lie ahead, spurred by mobile networks, cloud services, smaller budgets and mandates to consolidate.
The search giant, which operates some of the world's largest data centers, reveals a unique approach to cooling and efficiency.
Gartner presented its list of 10 strategic technologies that are likely to have a significant impact in the enterprise over the next three years
PigTails offers a unique, clear way to label cords and cables.
An article that says the data centers at the foundation of Internet activity are environmentally damaging draws sharp criticism from others who cover the industry.
Western Digital plans to encase hard drives in helium to reduce drag, lower power consumption and increase performance.