From clouds with machine-learning capabilities to the rise of the intercloud — where a cloud incorporates numerous cloud platforms, even from competitors — there’s plenty of movement in this space. Here’s a look at what’s next for cloud computing.
Welcome to the Monday edition of the IP news roundup, where you will find the latest headlines in telecommunications, big data and cloud:
Canada comes in at #32 on the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Information and Communication Development Index. The ITU ranked Korea as the most...
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Research firm Gartner, Inc. has just released a new report predicting that a convergence of factors, including the ongoing economic downturn, will impede cloud computing adoption rates across the European Union for at least the next two years. That delay will see EU...
A new study from IDC estimates that increased public and private sector spending on cloud computing, which is expected to grow exponentially in the next few years, could add almost 14 million jobs to the global economy by 2015. Just under 1.2 million of those cloud-generated jobs will go to Canada...