2Verizon Launches First Storage Cloud Service
Verizon Communications, which has had the physical setup for online data storage for a long while, finally joined the cloud storage services crowd June 15 by introducing its own branded enterprise offering.
3IBM Analytics App Getting Traction
4Outsourcing in the Cloud
5Security Presents Barrier to Cloud Adoption
6Getting Close to the Customer
Tickets.com, which supplies the cloud infrastructure for half of Major League Baseball’s online ticketing apparatus, is building a new cloud application that will enable Facebook users and their friends to join up and obtain tickets to baseball games and other events without leaving their Facebook pages. “We want to capture people wherever they are when they’re ready to buy,” said John Rizzi, vice president of Product Management and Strategy.
7Taking a Break from the Bits and Bytes
8U.S. Navy Fights Growing Storage Costs
9CIOs Want It Done Now
10Cloud Computing Budgets Increasing
1110 Medical Imaging Must Move to the Cloud
“MRIs generally weigh in at between 35MB and 40MB in digital size, are usually looked at only once and need to be kept for seven years to satisfy HIPAA regulations. That’s a lot of content to keep on hand for a long, long time. So put it all in the cloud,” said Erich Clementi, IBM vice president, Strategy and General Manager, Enterprise Initiatives, IBM.