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Microsoft rolls out latest preview of Windows Server 2016, its most cloud-friendly server yet

Windows Server 2016 technical preview 4 offers shot in the arm for high-speed networking, more secure environment.

Computer makers showcase ARM-based servers

Expect commercially available ARM-based servers to arrive soon, as at least five computer makers announced ARM servers this week.

Box CEO: Lack of CSM strategy is an 'aberration of IT evolution'

Box CEO Aaron Levie has some strong words for companies that don't apply the same critical thinking to corporate content management as they do other important enterprise technology.

Centrify partners with CASBs to bolster SaaS app security

Identity management firm Centrify announced Monday that it is partnering with five cloud access security brokers – Cloudlock, Elastica, Imperva, Netskope and Skyhigh Networks – to provide security for employee access to software-as-a-service applications like Salesforce.com, Office 365, Dropbox, Box and Google Apps.

Skykick and Microsoft offer free Office 365 cloud backup to Azure for eligible partners

Microsoft and cloud management software vendor SkyKick announced this week the availability of a cloud backup tool as part of Microsoft's Partner Network package. The service provides free unlimited backup to eligible Action Pack or competency partners in the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand that sign up by June 2016.

Spanning by EMC VP talks about misconceptions of cloud-based SaaS data backup

Software as a service data backup is only one component of cloud services, but it's a big one. I caught up with Jeff Erramouspe, VP and GM, at Spanning by EMC, to walk me through some common questions about SaaS data backup and clear up some misconceptions along the way.

Poor enterprise security practices lead to sensitive data theft in the cloud

While enterprises are increasingly moving their sensitive data to the cloud, they are often not taking the necessary security precautions to keep that data safe. This has led to increasing data security loss or theft in the cloud, according to a study cloud security firm Skyhigh Networks released Tuesday.

Drones, cloud may be best option for power-line inspection

There are millions of miles of power lines strung across the globe, which are in constant need of maintenance. General Electric and Airware hope to aid in that endeavor, saving time and money by using drones and the cloud to inspect power lines, an article at Forbes said.

Adobe adds enhancements to document and e-sign services, partners with Dropbox

Adobe announced a slew of enhancements to its document and e-sign services today along with the formation of a partnership with Dropbox designed to make it easier to work with files on the fly. Here's the rundown.

IBM keeps its head in the cloud, acquires Cleversafe

IBM has agreed to acquire Cleversafe, an object-based storage vendor. The move aims to boost IBM's cloud business unit and help customers cope with mounting volumes of unstructured data.