- CloudTimes Partners with CloudBeat – The Cloud Grows Up
With a bright idea and a credit card, hundreds of startups and small businesses have launched and scaled in the last few years thanks to affordable cloud solutions like Amazon, Box, and Salesforce.
The cloud continues to deliver these advantages today, but it now has credible story to tell prospective customers in the enterprise, […]
- US Cloud Providers May Lose $35 Billion Due to PRISM
The American cloud business industry looms as news about the PRISM surveillance system becomes a threat to everyone. Expert analysts project that cloud companies may lose $21.5 billion to $35 billion worth of revenue as a result of the National Security Agency (NSA) disclosure about the electronic surveillance data mining program.
Revelations about the […]
- IBM’s Cloud Services Rose by 70% in H1 2013 – Now Faces Problems with the SEC
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) has been on the hot seat for a while now. First was the dispute with Amazon over the US Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) $600 million cloud service agreement, and now the issue about the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) probe of its accounting and financial declarations.
The SEC […]
- NSA Spying Could Cost $35 Billion to US Cloud Computing Companies
Revealed by Edward Snowden, the NSA spying program has had many repercussions, particularly in political, diplomatic and civil. The result was the commercial consequences envisaged with suspension of TAFTA agreement by Europeans countries.
Now a report from the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation (ITIF)published early August focused on the effects of <a […]
- News Digest August 11, 2013
Search is Changing – Google StudyThe Search Engine industry has changed a lot since Google and Yahoo first started their rivalry (a rivalry that ultimately saw Google becoming the dominant search engine), and much of the changes come not from the search engines themselves, but from the side of the users.