Edward Snowden's disclosure of the United States' national Security Agency's surveillance projects has transformed the way in which enterprises select cloud computing solutions.
Power companies throughout the United States are now using data collection tools to gather the information from smart meters, substations and distributed resources in an effort to figure out how the grid can become more efficient.
Enterprises' seemingly unquenchable thirst for market information is being supported by cloud hosting companies capable of providing organizations with flexible, scalable environment.s
The United States Affordable Care Act and requirements outlined by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services have forced health care industry participants to reduce treatment expenses.
IT professionals engaged in cloud computing are beginning to realize that they have a wealth of security options at their fingertips, it's just a matter of choosing the appropriate solution.
GoGrid, a leading cloud infrastructure provider, and Canonical, the sponsor of Ubuntu, will host a webinar titled "Ubuntu in the GoGrid Cloud" on Thursday, March 24th, 2011. GoGrid currently provides 32 and 64-bit Ubuntu 10.04 GoGrid Server Images (GSIs) within both its cloud infrastructure service and dedicated server line. As one of the most popular Linux Operating System distributions in the marketplace, Canonical's Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (Long Term Support) is considered one of the best choices for cloud server infrastructure build-outs. With five different options for industry-leading operating systems, IT professionals can be assured that their GoGrid cloud infrastructure needs are met.
GoGrid, a leading cloud infrastructure company, today announced its participation as a gold sponsor at Cloud Connect 2011, one of the industry's premier cloud computing events, March 7 - 10, Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, Calif. Supporting multiple sessions in the event's main agenda, GoGrid CEO, John Keagy, and GoGrid CMO, Jeff Samuels, will share their cloud computing insights, strategies and expertise based on over ten years of industry leadership in Infrastructure Hosting, Cloud Computing and Hybrid Environments.
GoGrid, a leading cloud infrastructure provider, today announced its third data center expansion in six months with the extension of its platform into Digital Realty Trusts' 365 Main Street property. GoGrid is occupying a significant amount of data center space in 365 Main Street, which is adjacent to GoGrid's headquarters. The new facility allows GoGrid to meet increasing demand for GoGrid infrastructure cloud solutions and also serves as a vehicle to offer new Cloud Computing services and management tools. The agreement between GoGrid and DRT includes the building of a new, direct and private fiber conduit linking GoGrid's infrastructure in the two adjacent buildings.
GoGrid, a leading cloud infrastructure provider, today announced plans to open a new data center facility in Europe in the summer of 2011. The expansion represents a significant step in the company's global expansion strategy to accommodate growing demand for cloud computing outside of the U.S. GoGrid's regional presence will provide IT professionals, developers and organizations with fully integrated, on-demand infrastructure services available across the globe.
John Keagy, CEO of GoGrid, will present at Cloud Expo Europe 2011. Mr. Keagy's presentation titled, "What it Takes to Build a Leading Public Cloud", will explore the nuances of being a profitable public cloud provider while still passing cost savings on to customers.
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