There has been a lot of buzz lately about Office 365, Microsoft’s new cloud offering which will be available this Spring.
AppSense, the leading provider of user virtualization solutions for the enterprise and government, today announced it has signed an agreement to receive a $70 million investment from Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS).
The SuperNAP is about to become the Super-DuperNAP. The 407,000 square foot Switch SuperNAP in Las Vegas is already one of the world’s largest data centers.
Today, Zumasys paid tribute to the lives of Luke Bucklin and Jay Otto with the dedication of the Nerdery West in Irvine, CA. Both Luke and Jay were important members of the Zumasys family and helped pave the way to where Zumasys is today.
ROEL Construction, who migrated onto the Zumasys Hosted Platform in March of 2010, submitted their Cloud Computing project to the AGC San Diego Chapter for consideration in the annual “Excellence in Technology” Award and won.
Zumasys, a leading provider of Cloud Computing solutions to small-and-medium sized businesses, announced today that it has joined the VMware Service Provider Program (VSPP).
The combination of the VSPP program and new VMware vCloud Director architecture is also helping to facilitate the build out of Zumasys’ second production site.
Zumasys announced this evening that Luke Bucklin, formerly the Director of Sales for Zumasys, lost contact with ground control shortly after taking off from Jackson Hole Airport yesterday.
Aiming to bolster its hosted software for businesses, Microsoft announced today that it is adding Web-based versions of Office to its collection of hosted software for business.
vCenter 4.1 which is now a 64-bit only application and must be installed on a 64-bit operating system (2003 or 2008). vCenter cannot be installed on a domain controller and the recommended practice from VMware is to install vCenter as a VM.