Cloud Computing

Cross-Platform Malware Risk Growing

August 15, 2008 — A new breed of sophisticated, online attackers are targeting their malware to breech fixed, mobile and social networks, putting pressure on service providers to review security policies to counteract the growing threat of attacks. Read More

Amazon Upgrades EC2 Storage

August 15, 2008 — Online giant Amazon announced this week it is set to upgrade its EC2 service with a new feature that will make cloud applications and services more appealing to enterprise CIOs. Read More

Keynote KITE Flies Free

August 14, 2008 — On-demand test and measurement solutions provider Keynote Systems has announced its Keynote Internet Testing Environment, or KITE, is available for free to qualified early adopters for testing and analyzing web application performance. Read More

HostingCon 2008 – Message Systems Protects the Network Edge

I know what you’re thinking. Okay, I don’t know what you’re thinking. Or who you are. Or anything about you, specifically. But imagine you are thinking this: “did you talk to anyone who didn’t have the word ‘mail’ in the name of their company at HostingCon?” The answer, my dear… Read More

HostingCon 2008 – Video Feedback

The WHIR’s editor Liam, as well as some of our other contributing bloggers, have been doing a great job at bringing you a slew of interesting thoughts and discussions from this past HostingCon 2008. I can’t even begin to link to all the posts they’ve done but definitely scroll through… Read More

VMware Joins The Linux Foundation

August 06, 2008 — In an effort to address increasing adoption of Linux-based virtualization and cloud computing, virtualization solutions provider VMware has joined the Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to the growth of Linux. Read More

Keynote Monitors 2008 Olympics Sites

AUGUST 6, 2008 — The industry research and analysis division of Keynote Systems will bring its game to the 2008 Beijing Olympics, where it will monitor the responsiveness and reliability of 32 traditional and mobile Olympic-associated websites. Read More

NTractive Chooses Zeus ZXTM

August 6, 2008 — Application technology provider Zeus Technology announced on Tuesday that NTractive has selected Zeus Extensible Traffic Manager as part of its infrastructure to manage its hybrid web application, Elements SBM. Read More

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