IT executives are growing increasingly concerned about rogue cloud services, particularly cloud storage, cloud synchronization and cloud collaboration applications.
AT&T, Axeda and Indian IT firm Wipro are teaming to provide machine-to-machine development services and systems integration to enterprises across industries.
During his Interop keynote address on Wednesday, Rob Soderbery, Cisco's senior vice president and general manager for the Enterprise Networking Group, unveiled the results a survey of 1,300 IT professionals. It found that 41 percent of respondents said their networks were not ready to support BYOD, despite deploying more applications than a year ago.
Gatwick Airport, London's second largest airport next to Heathrow, has enabled BYOD and the cloud, and is saving money on servers in the process.
In response to growing acceptance of cloud computing among European firms, Amazon is building a new development center for cloud technologies in Germany and hiring 70 engineers to work at the center, according to a report by the New York Times .
Three-quarters of 625 enterprises surveyed by cloud management firm RightScale are adopting cloud computing. Large enterprises with more than 1,000 employees are slightly more likely to have some level of cloud adoption than smaller firms.
Indian chief information officers will focus on enterprise mobility in the coming year, according to an annual survey of more than 180 CIOs conducted by Ernst & Young and India's CIO Klub.
General Electric is investing $105 million for a 10 percent stake in Pivotal, a cloud-based software applications firm recently spun off from EMC and VMware.
The proliferation of mobile devices in the enterprise was identified as the top technology trend that will have an impact on corporate competitiveness, according to a recent survey of 400 business and IT executives by IBM.
Google announced QuickOffice apps for Android and iOS.