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Rackspace Announces Support for Fully Managed Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Solution

San Antonio – Jan. 27, 2014 – Rackspace®, the #1 managed cloud company, today announced support for Microsoft® SQL Server® 2014 In-Memory Online Transaction Processing (OLTP) and AlwaysOn Availability. With Rackspace DBA Services, customers can now use Rackspace database administrators (DBA) to rapidly migrate or upgrade existing workloads to SQL Server 2014 In-Memory OLTP on […]

Fujitsu Launches Ten New Enterprise-Model Computers, Including a Tablet, Thin Clients and Others

Tokyo, May 14, 2014 — Fujitsu today announced the release of 10 new enterprise models from nine series, including thin clients and one zero client, as well as a tablet, desktop PCs and workstations that come installed with the latest Windows 8.1 Pro operating system. All models are being released in Japan starting today(1). In its FUJITSU […]

New Cloud Document Automation Platform

Inforama has released the latest version of its Cloud Document Production and Automation Platform which includes a number of new features and enhancements. Inforama is delivered as a SaaS application that allows users to manage their projects in the cloud and switch seamlessly between public cloud, private cloud and on-premise solutions. With Inforama, users can […]

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    • Shadow IT comes out of the shadows -- and back into IT January 27, 2015
      The IT industry has talked for some time about shadow IT: the use of technology, typically cloud computing services, without the consent -- and sometimes without the knowledge -- of enterprise IT. The reason for shadow IT is understandable. Enterprise IT has in the past done a less than stellar job of keeping up with […]
    • One container technology does not fit all enterprises January 23, 2015
      Container technology is the most recent trend in cloud computing. Last month, CoreOS announced Rocket, its new container. Rocket competes with the megahyped Docker, which is adding a container management service called Swarm. Don’t forget that Google, Amazon Web Services, and Microsoft have their own container strategies, as does pretty much every startup jumping onto […]
    • IBM's newest reorg won't fix its cloud problem January 20, 2015
      According to the U.K. Register, IBM will be divided into new departments that include cloud, Watson, and Analytics. IBM's restructuring will put software at the forefront, while hardware takes a backseat. Why now? IBM is scheduled to post fourth-quarter earnings today, and it abandoned its guidance of $20 earnings per share altogether in October after shares dropped […]
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