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10 Things to Expect From the Cloud Hosting Sector in 2015 — By Chris Preimesberger | Posted 2014-12-23 Email Print Even with such huge trends as mobility and big data analytics absorbing a ton of attention from IT buyers and the media in 2014, the cloud-meaning the development, provisioning, distribution, securing and consuming of cloud services-is still by far the largest, most impactful IT trend on the planet.
Dec 24, 2014

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HP Details the Promise of the Cloud and NFV — By Sean Michael Kerner | Posted 2014-12-23 Email Print VIDEO: Saar Gillai, SVP and general manager of NFV at HP, discusses the opportunities and the challenges of cloud deployment. Hewlett-Packard is bullish on the future of the cloud and on network functions virtualization (NFV).

Microsoft Band Wearable Sold Out Until 2015 — By Pedro Hernandez | Posted 2014-12-22 Email Print Not-so-glad tidings. Buyers hoping to snap up Band-Microsoft's entry into the hot wearable device category-for the holidays are out of luck until 2015. Bad news for fitness buffs and fans of the quantified self. Microsoft's wearable health monitor is in short supply this holiday season.

Lenovo Crafts Horizon 2 PC for Tabletop Collaboration — By Wayne Rash | Posted 2014-12-21 Email Print REVIEW: Lenovo creates a tabletop PC that's designed to foster collaboration by allowing several people to use it at the same time. You know what it's like when you're trying to work with someone else at a monitor. It gets crowded with just one other person.
Dec 23, 2014

Lenovo delivers a tabletop PC that's designed to work for group collaboration. It works well, but needs more apps.…

How NetApp CTO Jay Kidd Views Storage Trends for 2015 — By Chris Preimesberger | Posted 2014-12-21 Email Print He explains why the IoT and big data will play major roles in storage, why dockers will become strategic, and why it's all about control in hybrid clouds. It's Jay Kidd's job to look ahead at all times.