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IBM's $34B plan to build a "hybrid cloud"
IBM has worn many different hats since its foundation. Now it's acquired one more: Red Hat.
Behind every great cloud is a whole bunch of expensive computers
And the business of data centers for cloud computing is only growing.
Will competition in the cloud squeeze Amazon's bottom line?
Amazon's cloud computing dominance has been slipping in recent years.
Tech giants elbow in on Amazon’s cloud computing profits
There was a common theme in some of the big tech earnings announcements this week: the cloud. Most of Amazon’s more than $700 million first-quarter profit came not from shipping books and electronics all over the globe, but from its Amazon Web Services business. Amazon was a pioneer in letting companies rent computer processing and […]
Social networks head to the office
It's called 'enterprise tech,' and it's growing: Microsoft, Google, IBM and maybe now Facebook are involved.
Google, Microsoft, Dropbox: Whose cloud is the brightest?
Sorting through the advantages of one cloud storage offer over others.
American Airlines stuck on the tarmac over systems glitch
Computer glitches can be frustrating, but what about when they keep an entire airline company from taking off? That’s what happened yesterday, when American Airlines had to cancel over 400 flights.