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Sunday, May 26th, 2019


The reimagining of app delivery for an agile, multi-cloud world

Applications have become an asset class that is arguably more important for organizations than human talent. 

What is cloud computing? Everything you need to know now

Cloud computing has become the ideal way to deliver enterprise applications—and the preferred solution for companies extending their infrastructure or launching new innovations.

What's the difference between IaaS, SaaS and PaaS?

We break down the difference between the three core cloud technology categories.

Hillstone announces cloud-based security management and analytics service


Hillstone Networks has announced Hillstone CloudView, a new SaaS offering that delivers security management and analytics services in the cloud.

Lloyds Banking Group explains why it opted for Oracle over SAP for its cloud ERP migration

Lloyds Banking Group is partnering with Oracle in its drive towards the cloud.

What is SaaS? The modern way to run software

SaaS cloud

The era of installing software from a CD or from a datacenter’s server is coming to a close, as internet-delivered software makes applications available anywhere, anytime.

Fortinet announces major update to SaaS security offering for SMBs


FortiCloud version 3.2 offers enhanced management capabilities to provide anywhere-anytime control over the Security Fabric solutions used to defend the largest segment of global business.

Oracle refreshes entire SaaS line, aiming to fuel cloud momentum

Fujitsu, Oracle form cloud alliance

Oracle Cloud Applications Release 13 updates the UI and adds features across SCM, ERP, HCM and customer engagement suites

“Robust growth” ahead as cloud and SaaS services revenue rises

Worldwide revenues from cloud and software-as-a-service (SaaS) services are forecast to grow as much as 29 per cent during the next five years, passing the US$200 billion milestone by 2020.

What cloud computing really means

Software-defined networking

Cloud computing has evolved beyond basic SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS offerings, as the cloud matures to become the engine of enterprise technology innovation.