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DreamHost Debuts Havana Version Of Its DreamCompute OpenStack Cloud

DreamHost Debuts Havana Version Of Its DreamCompute OpenStack Cloud

DreamHost Debuts Havana Version of Its DreamCompute OpenStack Cloud  Continuous Integration Approach Delivers Powerful New Features in Real Time LOS ANGELES, California—November 4, 2013—DreamHost®, a global leader in Web hosting and cloud services, today announced an upgraded Havana version of its DreamCompute™ public cloud computing service, and significant new levels of OpenStack™ code and community

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Storage Stalemate: Why Current Trends Are Breaking Old Storage Solutions

Storage Stalemate: Why Current Trends Are Breaking Old Storage Solutions

Storage Stalemate: Why Current Trends Are Breaking Old Storage Solutions While new technologies are being adapted at lightening pace across all kinds of industries, one thing has not changed: IT departments are expected to use antiquated storage solutions to meet their new storage needs. Just as we wouldn’t expect anyone to use a twenty-year old

Cloud Chivalry – Provider Pride

Cloud Chivalry – Provider Pride As cloud deployments gain popularity, increasing attention is paid to provider security strength. The cloud security alliance, for example, releases a yearly list of top threats, covering everything from malicious use, data loss, and service hijacking. Heightened public awareness of the cloud has led to oddly intuitive feelings of insecurity

The Storage Wars: Microsoft Hops Onto The Price-shed Bandwagon

The Storage Wars: Microsoft Hops Onto The Price-shed Bandwagon Last week’s wrap-up of the on-going cloud storage price wars between Google and Amazon ended off with a humble suggestion for Microsoft: wait for nothing and plunge straight into the cloud storage price-drop showdown. It turns out that the software giant actually did make up its mind to join

Press Release: Cloud Security Survey Reveals Lack Of Business Policies Governing Rogue Cloud Usage

Cloud Security Survey Reveals Lack of Business Policies Governing Rogue Cloud Usage Even as Data Protection Remains Highest Concern with the Cloud Forty Percent of Companies Deny Cloud Usage Despite Employee and Departmental Use of Web-Based Applications and Mobile Devices Outside of IT Control Seattle, Wash. – November 6, 2012 – New research tracking trends and