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Medical Image Storage: Dell, Siemens Collaborate on Cloud Solution

As the volume of medical data explodes, Dell and Siemens look to provide the health care industry with extra storage space in the cloud. Read More >

Government Cloud Adoption: TechAmerica Releases Best-Practices Report

"We've got to wake up. The problem is all these legacy systems. If we could start over, we'd be fine. But we're stuck with all these old contracts." -- California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom. Read More >

UnitedHealth Group Launches Cloud Platform for Health App Development

UnitedHealth Group's Optum unit has launched a cloud platform to host applications in an open environment. Read More >

Is This the Year PaaS Goes Mainstream?

For years, the industry has readied itself for widespread adoption of PaaS. Is 2012 the year when this latest cloud technology gets the recognition it deserves? Read More >

Multiple Cloud Formations Require New Security Approaches

New-generation service providers are filling gaps in private-public cloud security. Read More >

Verizon, Health Evolution Partners Collaborate on Health Care IT

Verizon and Health Evolution Partners are looking to enable development in real-time care coordination and mobile data services. Read More >

Platform as a Service Entering Pivotal Year: Gartner

By 2016, competition among PaaS vendors will produce new programming models, new standards and new software market leaders. Read More >

Move to the Private Cloud Continues to Accelerate

Record growth seems to be the norm for companies offering private cloud services as more and more businesses sign on. Read More >

Big Data, Cloud, Virtualization Driving Linux Adoption

A new Linux Foundation survey on enterprise adoption of Linux indicates that growth in Linux usage is being driven by factors such as big data, cloud computing and virtualization, among others. Read More >

Microsoft Takes a New Approach to the Cloud

Microsoft is leveraging existing products and revamping others to bring multiple flavors of the cloud to businesses seeking an IT paradigm shift. Read More >

Dell Prepares to Try Again in Tablet Market

A Dell executive says the company is planning a consumer-focused tablet for release at the end of 2012, though he would not say whether it would run Android or Windows 8. Read More >

Dell Updates Line of Storage Products

New backup array for SMBs, upgraded storage network software and improved integrations with other products top the company's list of announcements at London event. Read More >

Cloud-Savvy IT Job Seekers See Expansive Opportunities

Research firm Wanted Analytics reports that more than 2,400 companies posted ads seeking candidates with cloud computing skills during a 90-day period. Hiring demand grew 61 percent year-over-year for cloud IT professionals. Read More >

NOAA's Messaging Platform Moves to the Cloud

This agency-wide transition has wide-ranging goals, including modernizing e-mail and calendar infrastructure; integrating collaborative tools; and facilitating synchronization with mobile devices to support the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's mission nationwide. Read More >

IBM's Watson to Take on Cancer Diagnosis, Treatment

Health insurer WellPoint will receive guidance from cancer institution Cedars-Sinai on developing treatment options using IBM's Watson supercomputer. Read More >

Backup a First Step to the Cloud for Many Businesses

While the fast path to cloud computing varies, it looks like many enterprises, as well as consumers, were already on the way before they really knew what cloud computing meant. Read More >

Where the IT Dollars Are Headed in 2012

Mobility and wireless network infrastructures are the big takers when it comes to IT budget planning for 2012, our latest study reveals. Even so, organizations are moving to the next stage of the IT infrastructure build-out across multiple budget areas, and our 2012 IT Investment Patterns Study shows how the strategy trends of innovation, integration and reversion are having a significant... Read More >

Companies Will Use the Cloud to Boost Efficiency, Get Closer to Customers in 2012

Hubspan predicted TCO would continue to be the primary driver of cloud adoption due to scalable costs. Read More >

White House Sets Security Requirements for Federal Cloud Providers

With FedRAMP, federal agencies will be able to evaluate and monitor cloud providers to ensure their services meet minimum security standards. Read More >

Cloud Computing a Top IT Investment Priority, Unisys Poll Finds

Half of respondents to a Unisys poll say cloud computing is their top IT investment priority for 2012. Read More >

Cisco, HP Enhance Cloud Computing Portfolios

Cisco is preparing to unveil new cloud solutions a week after HP rolled out a host of new cloud-based services. Read More >

Dell Ends Sales of Streak 7 Tablet

Dell seems to have halted sales of its Streak 7 tablet, possibly signaling the end of its Android tablet efforts. But the company will likely produce Windows 8 tablets. Read More >

Cloud Computing Will Go Mobile, Social in 2012

As employees increasingly adopt BYOD, social networking and collaboration, cloud computing is changing to meet the needs of both the workers and the IT organization. Read More >

Oracle Improves Cloud Integration With WebLogic Server 12c

Oracle launches WebLogic Server 12c, a major revision of the company s Java app server with enhancements to better support cloud computing. Read More >

SAP Adds New Cloud IP With $3.4B SuccessFactors Buy

SuccessFactors, which makes a progressive brand of human resources data management software provided via cloud service, lost $26 million last quarter but has promising IP. Read More >

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