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Autodesk got big selling design and engineering software, but to stay on top of trends, it’s now scooping up application makers.
The growth of social media, search, and shopping could help chip startups get a foot in the data-center door.
Two startups that make it possible to share files at home and work have ambitions to rule the cloud.
When Amazon’s computers went dark last April, companies realized that there are no guarantees in the cloud.
Cloud hardware could get cheaper because of the social network’s self-interested altruism.
An authority on Web security believes your data might be safer in the cloud.
Treating computing as a utility, like electricity, is an old idea. But now it makes financial sense—a historic shift that is reshaping the IT industry.
Cloud computing is redefining the way companies send e-mail, store data, and allocate IT budgets.
New online exchanges aim to turn computer time into a globally traded commodity.
Remote rendering lets big-budget animators add more effects and opens doors to smaller studios.