London base in global expansion
Salesforce SMB partner explores deeper waters
2017 forecast to see cloud kit clock $11bn every 90 days
Big Blue pretty sure it can sell more Watson boxes if this works
Document police with 'god-like' access denied therapy – claim
We’re on a roll baby and we’re gonna grow, grow, grow….
Claim customers need a degree in Amazon pricing to understand it
Shard this for a game for forks! Mega Mountain View SQL decision 'coming'
What data giveth AWS, AWS taketh away from everybody else
Cornerstone collapse led to blackouts on campus, it is claimed
Microsoft embiggens cloudy BLOBs from 195GB to 4.77 TB, blocks from 4MB to 100MB
Read the small print
Cloud-happy Oracle dodges rumors it is axing its traditional hardware ... as sales of traditional hardware fall
Meanwhile, co-CEO Safra Catz joins Team Trump
Now, about that uptime...
Rents third party space for London region... not that anyone wants to talk specifics
Why Veeam's new backup agent for Linux, of course!
It'll be virtual, natch, but so is the rest of your bit barn – in a bad way
Cloud concern ITIL-ises the big end of town, so created a service to get them moving
Soundtrack choices: Beta The Devil You Know, or How Soon Is Now?
Snuffing OpenStack cloud means it's all hybrid cloud and network function virtualisation from now on at Switchzilla
'Bluemix local' does the 'turn your pile of x86 into a cloud' thing, complete with PAYG
I said, honey, it's a perfect place to stash data from the N-S-A
Network lifter-and-shifter automates cloud migrations
Tired of desktop apps that respond instantly? Banish them to the browser
Redmond blames currency for UK-hosted Azure hike
With a leap second coming up, smearing's quite a good idea
AWS re:Invent Pundits note growth in Lambda, database efforts as highlights of conf
More evidence, if any were needed, that Microsoft wants you to sign for more Azure
AWS re:Invent Turns out printing money requires a buttload of compute muscle
AWS re:Invent Just give it to me straight
Linux shop vows PaaS play
It ain't no thang... only 'a small percentage' of 'hundreds of millions' affected...
Bit barn lights are blinking in Singapore and Australia,
for members only
AWS has realised that desktop-as-a-service fleets need management too
+Comment On-premises IT suppliers conniving in its own destruction
Cloud launched, but support, services, channel etc coming real soon, promise
It looks a lot like Redmond has new servers with faster disks on tap
Mass-client borkage leaves netizens SMH over SMTP
Sorry, data, the holiday's cancelled
Sorry, no climate change. Just faster Glacier retrieval and new cloud hijinks with desktops-as-a-service-in-a-browser
All is well, rejoice, rejoice, let's get into the white 'n' fluffy