Hot Air in the Clouds, April 26th 2013

Cloud Storage Company Leaks E-mails Cloud storage and backup company Carbonite accidentally leaked 2600 user e-mails on April 24th. Instead of using an email list, they simply listed open email [...]


7 Tips for Choosing a Cloud Service Provider

So you’re looking towards IaaS to increase productivity of your developers and boost time-to-market? But how do you find the right service provider? Before talking to any service providers, [...]


Hot Air in the Cloud April 19th, 2013

Microsoft’s Late, but Aggressive Entry into IaaS Microsoft announced the launch of their Windows Azure Infrastructure Services (IaaS) to complement their cloud portfolio and claw back [...]


Hot Air in the Clouds April 12th, 2013

U.S. Navy Needs an Enterprise Cloud Service Broker The U.S. Navy has issued a new policy on cloud computing detailing their desire to move publicly available information onto cloud infrastructure [...]


Hot Air in the Clouds April 5th, 2013

CloudMunch Launches DevOPs Platform at DeployCon CloudMunch, SaaS set of DevOps tools, launched the CloudMunch DevOps platform at the DeployCon Conference put together by Rishidot Research. [...]

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