Fresh off its CIA private cloud win over IBM, Amazon is testing out a cloud storage hardware appliance that would let enterprises use the AWS cloud for backup and disaster recovery.
Fresh off fourth quarter results that beat Wall Street's expectations, HP has reportedly been awarded a web hosting contract for the troubled Healthcare.gov website.
- HP Launches 'New-Style' Financing Options To Help Partners Close More Deals
- Private Cloud Play: Evolve IP Acquires Paragrid, Expands To Midwest
- HP Drops EC2 API Support, Puts Stake In Ground Against Amazon's 'Spider Web'
- Skype-Based Virtual Real Estate Tours Lead To Microsoft Partner Win
- Small Cloud Hosting Providers Must Adapt, Differentiate Offerings To Survive: Survey
- Dimension Data Expands Cloud Ecosystem With SaaS Solution Suite
- CEO Benioff Says Former Oracle Sales VP Doing 'Phenomenal' Job At Salesforce
- Salesforce's Benioff: More APIs Will Spark Mobile Development Frenzy
- Salesforce And HP Team Up For Dedicated Cloud
- 8 Startups That Stood Out At Amazon's AWS re:Invent Show
- VMware To Amazon: Welcome To The Virtual Desktop Market, Frenemy
- IBM Takes Its Cloud Marketing Campaign Behind Enemy Lines
- Amazon Unveils 'Kinesis' Big Data Service, Expands Tools For Cloud Developers
- Why Salesforce.com Isn't Just For CRM Anymore
- Citrix Addresses HIPAA Compliance With ShareFile Cloud For Healthcare
- Amazon Web Services Chief Pokes Fun At IBM, Says CEO Bezos Bullish On AWS Cloud
- ElasticHosts Takes Aim At Amazon With Channel Expansion Plan
- Cumulus Global Embraces Google Apps Reseller Model (Video)
- Pivotal Tries To Steal Amazon's Thunder With Commercial Cloud Foundry Launch
- 7 Things The Judge Didn't Like About IBM's CIA Cloud Legal Battle With Amazon
- Extrahop Takes Application Performance Monitoring To Amazon's Public Cloud
- IBM Wields SoftLayer In Cloud Battle With Amazon Web Services
- Case Studies: VARs Showing VARs The Way
- Amazon Adds Nvidia Grid GPU Instance To EC2 Cloud, Cuts Pricing Again
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Bluewolf, a leading Salesforce partner, surveyed customers about their use of the Salesforce cloud platform and made some surprising discoveries that highlight the opportunities for solution providers.
As the dust settles from Amazon's eight-month legal battle with IBM over a prized CIA cloud contract, the judge in the case calls out IBM for the legal tactics it employed.
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