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Where SaaS Meets Science

Jan 30, 2013 |

Science-as-a-Service isn’t coming soon. It’s already here.

Where SaaS Meets Science

Jan 30, 2013 |

Science-as-a-Service isn’t coming soon. It’s already here.

Financial Apps in the Cloud?! What’s Next?

Nov 12, 2008 |

Derivix yesterday announced its cloud-based risk management application. If trading applications can run successfully in the cloud (assuming this product does what is expected of it), why not just about everything else?

The Cloud Shift: Don’t Forget ISVs

Oct 15, 2008 |

Most cloud computing talk centers around whether users will make the switch — and rightfully so — but don’t think the whole paradigm begins and ends with what end-users want. ISVs are interested, too, and the more they switch to SaaS delivery models, the more real the cloud becomes.

IBM’s Cloud Strategy: A Little Bit of Everything

Oct 14, 2008 |

Following the greater trend toward hybrid delivery models combining in-house and outsourced resources, IBM has once again expanded its cloud computing strategy. Cloud users choosing IBM will have myriad solutions ranging from SaaS to global cloud computing centers to money for building a new datacenter.

This ‘Stateless’ Computing Seems Familiar …

Oct 13, 2008 |

You might have seen the news on Thursday that Merrill Lynch is using IBM’s iDataPlex servers as part of its “stateless computing” strategy. But these stripped-down-yet-optimized boxes are part of IBM’s “cloud computing” initiative … so what gives?

Running Your Business in the Cloud

Sep 29, 2008 |

The lure of cloud computing is obvious: freedom from managing applications, platforms and infrastructure.