Dan Kobialka New 8x8 platform includes extension-to-extension dialing and single sign-on 8x8 has unveiled an integrated Virtual Office and Virtual Contact Center platform that is designed to bridge the gap between telephony, UC and contact center users. Content Classification: Aggregated
Every Friday Talkin' Cloud rounds up the top cloud computing stories of the week for our online community of channel partners. Here's what you might have missed while you were at work.
NGenx CEO John Helms down with Talkin' Cloud to help us understand who he is away from the office. Here are the details.
The managed hosting company expands its services around Microsoft and VMware Rackspace is continuing to branch out from its OpenStack cloud roots with the launch of a private cloud offering based on VMware vCloud. Content Classification: Curated
One Microsoft partner claims a first with new IaaS offering Microsoft partner Hosting has taken the Azure Pack and build two cloud offerings based on it — one public and one private. It's a good example of what some partners are doing to build their own IaaS offerings and tie them into the bigger cloud providers' own services. Content Classification: Curated
Here's Talkin' Cloud's list of today's must-read cloud computing stories At the end of each day, Talkin' Cloud pulls out five must-read cloud computing stories from the news cycle for its readers to review in the morning. Today's column features Red Hat, Vodafone and Google. Content Classification: Curated
Talkin' Cloud compiles this week's list of top cloud funding news stories for readers Talkin' Cloud has compiled a list of cloud computing financing and venture capital stories for readers who might have missed the news earlier in the week. This week's column features funding news from Pluribus Networks, Ravello Systems, Vaultive, CloudHealth Technologies and VMTurbo. Content Classification: Curated
CES isn't only about consumers — enterprises have their own set of takeaways CES has more to offer the enterprise than one may think. The latest and lightest in wearables, smartphones and ultra-compact laptops are bound to find their way into workplaces. Content Classification: Curated
Added security is becoming an important part of Open Source value proposition In the wake of Heartbleed, Shellshock and other security and data privacy fiascos, Red Hat is emphasizing the value of its subscription software support for open source platforms, including Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Content Classification: Curated
New CTO will take over Pusey's role at the beginning of July Vodafone CTO Stephen Pusey on Thursday announced his retirement plans. He has been leading the telecommunications company's global technology strategy for more eight years. Content Classification: Curated
As you’re sitting down to plan what solutions to bring to your customers in the first half of 2015, you may want to put disaster recovery at the top of your list.
Here's Talkin' Cloud's list of today's must-read cloud computing stories At the end of each day, Talkin' Cloud pulls out five must-read cloud computing stories from the news cycle for its readers to review in the morning. Today's column features IBM, Pluribus Networks and Google. Content Classification: Curated
New Simplicity Video solution was designed to assist SMBs with videoconferencing Carousel Industries has launched a cloud-based videoconferencing offering based on public and private cloud technology from Pexip. Its new New Simplicity Video solution was designed to primarily for SMBs. Content Classification: Curated
Search giant Google makes its Local SSD option generally available Google Compute Engine's Local SSD option is now generally available to the cloud provider's customers and partners. It was designed mainly for highly demanding applications that provide their own replication. Content Classification: Curated
What are some of the biggest cloud security issues that could affect your business this year? Here's a closer look at 10 of the worst cloud security threats of 2015 and how you can mitigate these issues.
Dan Kobialka GoGrid's orchestration and automation technologies enable one-button deployment Datapipe has acquired GoGrid, a San Francisco-based IaaS solutions provider. Financial terms of the agreement were not pubicly disclosed. Content Classification: Aggregated
Interviewees who understand what are biggest things are during an interview will shine It is too often that candidates worry about listing "significant" items on their resume and ignore the "small things" that make a lasting impression on employers during the interviewing process. The smallest things are often the biggest things Content Classification: Curated
This financing round brings the company's total financing to date to $95 million Pluribus Networks on Wednesday announced it has raised $50 million in funding for its open application platform. It plans to leverage the funds to expand its sales efforts, thereby growing its channel footprint. Content Classification: Curated
New solution aims to make life easier for organizations launching a private cloud Platform9 is hoping to make it easier for organizations to adopt private cloud with the introduction of Platform9 Managed OpenStack, a product aimed at making it easy for organizations to launch a private cloud based on the popular open source cloud solution. Content Classification: Curated
Here's today's list of must-read cloud computing stories to review At the end of each day, Talkin' Cloud pulls out five must-read cloud computing stories from the news cycle for its readers to review in the morning. Today's column features IBM, VMware and Microsoft. Content Classification: Curated