Carbonite and Mozy are both proven, but not equal cloud backup solutions. See if your call matches ours.
Meraki has announced two 802.11n cloud-managed access points.
Amazon Web Services has announced a memory cache service for cloud apps.
HP has pulled the plug on webOS and the TouchPad and may be jettisoning its PC business.
We finally get to see whether Code 42 has come up with a good enough solution for a small business with a lot of big files to keep safe in the cloud.
Carbonite is giving some Drobo owners a price break on its cloud backup service.
The Lenovo IdeaPad K1 is so annoying, I can't do a full review of it.
It can be tough to assemble the right cloud services for your business on your own. Fortunately, you don't have to go it alone.
Amazon just bypassed Apple's tax on its Kindle book sales.
LogMeIn has created a new portal for its hosted VPN service.
Dropbox and Box.net take very different approaches to cloud storage. So the winner in this matchup may surprise you.
Updated Why would you want to buy a tablet that is so heavily discounted after being out only a month?
Panasonic has announced a cloud-based small business phone system.
In Part 2, we look at practical steps you can take to ensure a safe cloud computing experience.
Cloud Engines will shut service off to all Pogoplug Video users next week.
Cloudberry Backup Desktop provides flexible Windows backup with your choice of cloud backup storage provider.
Cloud service broker Verecloud today announced the launch of an online cloud service marketplace.
The good news is that Toshiba's Thrive tablet isn't as bulky as you might think.
One man's story of porting an app from Apple's tightly-controlled fiefdom to the wild and wooly Android frontier.
Online storage provider Symform today said it is giving away free cloud storage.
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