Here’s a list of the Cloud Computing Exchange’s 10 most-read stories in 2012:
Gartner listed hybrid clouds among the technology trends reshaping the way enterprises operate.
Reduced IT costs is just one of the advantages of moving to the cloud.
Tablets, mobile apps, and cloud computing were some of the technologies that made the list.
Will cloud BI continue to chip away at on-premises BI?
As cloud computing adoption rates continued to soar, standards groups expected positive movement.
There needs to be a plan in place to get the most business critical systems up and running as fast as possible with as little data loss as possible.
The Cloud Security Alliance listed seven vulnerabilities businesses should be worried about.
Along with its private and public siblings, hybrid cloud computing has garnered quite a bit of business interest.
A European Union data security agency advised governments and health care agencies to adopt new data models and risk assessments.
Enterprise developers should understand the evolution and maturity of Microsoft’s Windows Azure platform -- and the solutions and workloads it was designed for.
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