You really do need to know about this case because it could have a huge impact on cloud service providers of all kinds. Here’s three stories to catch you up on what you may have missed. Read More
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HostingCon has always been an event where leaders in the cloud service provider ecosystem come to network, have conversations about issues and trends and hear from thought leaders in the industry. Over time, it has morphed and grown from an event that mainly included traditional web hosts to a diverse… Read More
In part two of this series, Jason McKay, CTO of Logicworks, offers 3 additional tips to ensure your enterprise is getting the most out of its cloud infrastructure. Read More
Cloud tools such as Dropbox, Google Docs, private email, social media and other sharing services create problems for employers. Read More
For the first time ever, WHIR Networking Events made a stop in Las Vegas, Nevada, hosting a crowd of folks from across the industry on Wednesday night. Read More
As Amazon Web Services was blowing out the candles on its 10th birthday cake, AWS customer Dropbox was not afraid to be a bit of a party pooper. Read More
Do you remember what you were doing 10 years ago today? Read More
At this point, most IT leaders understand the benefits of Infrastructure-as-code. But many still expect that migrating to the cloud will rid them of scalability issues, IT debt and convoluted system logic – forever. Read More
The WHIR talked to Ray Zheng, the CEO of Shanghai Racent Internet Group to find out more about why companies are choosing to do business in China. Read More
What kind of cloud are SMBs seeking – and what do they deserve? Read More
The 2016 MSP 501 is currently accepting submissions, and will do so until Mar. 31, 2016, so submit your company today to be considered as one of the top MSPs in the business. Read More
For most businesses and bloggers, managed WordPress hosting is the right option: more flexible than SaaS and more user friendly than unmanaged hosting. Read More