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NaviSite, Inc., a Time Warner Cable Company, has announced a strategic partnership with Zensar Technologies, a global software services and infrastructure management provider. Together the companies will leverage their expertise to support clients looking to evolve their businesses thr...
As already described in the previous few articles NIST defines three different service models for the cloud - IaaS, PaaS and SaaS. However if you look at the Wikipedia article about cloud computing you will notice that there are quite a few more "as-a-service" models mentioned there. L...
Dell has announced a host of new and enhanced industry-leading cloud client computing solutions that provide organizations with the broadest choice in how to implement, manage, deploy and access virtual computing environments using VMware. Coming on the heels of recent cloud client com...
With the government promising delivery of the long-awaited Digital Economy strategy by the year end, this prompts a review of what role the Cloud industry can play in this strategy. This then further encourages us to identify what particular segments of the Cloud Computing industry we ...
As the Government’s own Digital Advantage paper recommends, the key to addressing Canada’s innovation gap is for CIO’s to adopt more new technologies like Cloud Computing, and the public sector can ignite this trend by leading the way with their own adoption. Don Drummond makes a si...
Like it or not, some enterprises have already entered a post-PC world -- where their business communication network must accommodate new user-driven choices. These include traditional applications, mobile apps, social apps and operating systems; various server architectures; and an arr...
The Department of Defense Intelligence Information Systems (DoDIIS) conference is held once a year by the Defense Intelligence Agency technology leadership team. This is an incredible event full of information-packed presentations and social sessions.  One of its greatest features is a...
"Cloud is changing the way enterprises view the corporate desktop," said Denis Martin, Executive Vice President and CTO at NaviSite introduced an enterprise-class, cloud-based Desktop-as-a-Services (DaaS) offering that enables IT organizations to deliver virtual desktop services to lo...
Local Government Authorities are increasingly turning to Location Intelligence solutions for emergency contingency planning, public health initiatives and compliance directives, according to Pitney Bowes Business Insight (PBBI), the global provider of Location Intelligence, Data Manage...
Fujitsu announced on Monday the launch in Japan of its Workplace LCM Service, which leverages a cloud-based platform to provide total outsourcing support over the lifecycle of customer ICT equipment, including personal computers, printers, multifunction copiers, and on-site departmenta...
But on the web, access to services is implicit in the fact that the business is offering the service. If the HTTP service is accessible, it’s implicitly allowing connections and providing service without any standard criteria for access. This results in access by more than just custome...
Desktone, provider of a platform that enables hosted virtual desktops as an outsourced subscription service, today announced a new agreement with CloudGroup BV, Europe’s specialist cloud services company, to build a network of world-class desktops as a service® providers. With this agr...
Desktone has gotten trademarks on the expressions “desktops as a service” and “DaaS” from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Senior director of strategic development Jeff Fisher says the company will enforce the trademarks if it can – which may not be the most judicious thing to do ...
If software can be a service then the next step is obviously data-as-a-service – now isn’t it. It’s only Mr. Spock logical. And the first data-as-a-service company looks to be a little number called Jigsaw, a 100-man San Mateo-based global business directory that means to have Dun & Br...
For the last month Brad Brown, CTO of TUSC, has been interviewing countless companies on their status of venturing into the world of SOA. Some companies have been doing "SOA" for more than 5 years, but a great many companies haven't even started down the SOA path. Brad has been talking...
As www.ProgrammableWeb.com points out, there are about two services or Web APIs added every week, and that rate continues to accelerate. There seems to be several types of providers. First are those that produce an API as an afterthought, such as a SaaS provider. Next there are the lar...
According to Wikipedia, 'The last mile (or last kilometer) is the final leg of delivering connectivity from a communications provider to a customer. Usually referred to by the telecommunications and cable television industries, it is typically seen as an expensive challenge because 'fa...
StrikeIron announced that David Linthicum will take the helm as company CEO. Linthicum will be responsible for continuing to drive the company's position as the frontrunner in delivering critical Web services and data, on demand, for the emerging next-generation Internet. Bob Brauer re...
The goal of the Microsoft incubation project code-named Astoria is to enable server applications to easily expose data as a service that can be consumed by AJAX clients across the Internet. Standard HTTP verbs such as GET, POST, PUT and DELETE are used to perform operations against the...
Microsoft .NET Architect and Evangelist Dave Wright gave delegates at AJAXWorld 2007 West today a sneak-peek at Project Astoria, a Microsoft incubation project to enable server applications to easily expose data as a service that can be consumed by AJAX clients across the Internet.
StrikeIron Inc., a provider of Data as a Service (DaaS), facilitating the consumption and distribution of live data over the Web, is co-sponsoring a Business Mashup Challenge for developers attending Mashup Camp 4. IBM is the main sponsor of the Challenge alongside secondary sponsors S...
Okay, so you've developed what you believe is a useful piece of code and exposed it to the world as a Web service. All comers may now rejoice in the warmth and glow of your artful coding. But who are the people and what are the business systems benefiting from your Web service? Are...