A research study commissioned by AT&T and carried out by international business school INSEAD found that Asian companies are spending their IT budgets more aggressively on new technologies than their European and U.S. counterparts, according to a report in the Financial Times .
Enterprise IT managers cite cloud computing as among their most important initiatives this year. Nearly two-thirds of them have already begun transitioning their business-critical applications to the cloud. Where does Carrier Ethernet fit in this equation?
Knology Business Services, a regional cable operator that was acquired by WOW! in July, unveiled a set of data security center services for its business customers on Wednesday.
Telstra on Monday added more power to its growing cloud computing business, with plans to open four new data centers in Victoria, Western Australia, South Australia and the Australian Capital.
For many smaller independent ILECs, which have spent much of their 100-plus year lives selling nothing more than traditional POTS, unified communications for businesses is becoming a new revenue savior. As the PSTN declines, UC could mean the difference between survival or extinction.
Time Warner Cable on Friday opened up its National Data Center East on its Charlotte, N.C. campus, targeting residential services and cloud services for business clients.
AT&T on Thursday was granted an Authority to Operate for its Synaptic Storage as a Service (SSaaS) from the General Services Administration, allowing it to offer cloud storage services to federal agencies.
On the heels of TMCNet's landmark ITEXPO held earlier this month, FierceEnterpriseCommunications examines three major threats to the growth of cloud computing and services in a new report.
Cbeyond, a growing competitive telco serving the small to medium sized business (SMB) market, on Monday launched its new TotalCloud Data Center managed service.
While businesses are still getting their heads around how to best leverage cloud services, a new Infonetics report released this week indicates that cloud-based security will be a big driver, rising 83 percent by 2016.