Chris Talbot

Sprint Adds UberConference to Google Apps for Work Offering
Sprint has added new communications capabilities to its Google Apps for Work cloud offering. The company has signed on Switch Communications to provide Switch's UberConference cloud-based business conferencing services to customers.
Tribridge Launches Concerto Cloud Services Business Unit
Tribridge has taken its cloud services and placed them into a cloud-focused business unit. Dubbed Concerto Cloud Services, the business unit will continue to offer IaaS offerings
Google Apps vs. Microsoft Office 365: Google Wins Big Canadian Realtor 2
Google Apps and Drive for Work have scored a huge win, thanks to partner Cloud Sherpas. Canadian real estate company Royal LePage believes Google is "more innovative" and easier to use.
Bitcasa Wins Day in Court Over Restraining Order
Bitcasa had its day in court regarding the restraining order related to the end of its Infinite cloud storage plan, and the judge ruled in the cloud provider's favor.
Microsoft Azure Outage: What Went Wrong?
The Microsoft Azure outage that affected customers around the world for up to 11 hours was caused by a cloud storage performance update. Here's what the software giant pointed to as the problem.
CenturyLink CTO: SDN, NFV to Drive Telco Cloud Opportunity
CenturyLink's CTO believes software-defined networking and network functions virtualization are critical to the telco cloud opportunity. Here's what channel partners need to know.
Microsoft Azure Suffers Partial Outage Worldwide
Microsoft Azure suffered another outage on Tuesday evening, but the cloud computing platform was reported as being fully functional again by early Wednesday morning.
Cloud Report: Managed Services for Visibility, Control, Security on the Rise
A new report released revealed that managed services for greater visibility, control, quality of service and security of cloud services are on the rise among communication services providers.
Google Adds Autoscaling to Compute Engine
Google has added autoscaling features to its Google Compute.
Exoprise Adds Monitoring Support for Box, OneDrive
Exoprise is once again expanding the cloud services its application performance management and monitoring tool is capable of tracking and reporting on.
US Court Issues Restraining Order Against Bitcasa
By ending its Infinite cloud storage service plan, Bitcasa has opened itself up to a class action lawsuit, which has encouraged the U.S. District Court in Northern California to issue a temporary restraining order.
Amazon Launches Compute-Intensive C4 EC2 Instances
Amazon Web Services has unveiled a new compute-intensive instance type on Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2).
Amazon Introduces EC2 Container, Lambda Services

With all the talk about containerization in the cloud, it was only a matter of time before Amazon Web Services launched its own flavor of a container service. At AWS re:Invent, the public cloud infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider unveiled the Amazon EC2 Container Service, which is now available in preview to select customers.

GridVision Unveils IT Automation, Managment SaaS Offering

Automation-as-a-service provider GridVision announced the general availability of its new multi-tenant automation and IT management software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering.

SoftWatch Enables Office 365 Transition with CloudIT 365

SoftWatch, a provider of application usage analytics tools, has released a new tool aimed at helping organizations migrate their on-premise or other cloud applications and data to Microsoft Office 365.

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