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terremark

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Verizon to buy Terremark for $1.4 billion

The acquisition of Terremark, which provides cloud services and data center hosting, is designed to accelerate Verizon's "everything-as-a-service cloud strategy."

By Jan. 28, 2011

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HHS: Verizon patches up Healthcare.gov outage

The US Department of Health and Human Services says the third-party vendor hosting the health care site has gotten things up and running.

By Oct. 28, 2013

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Scoop: Sprint to launch cloud services in 4th quarter

The carrier plans to offer hosted collaboration services that will target businesses as it looks to tap into another growth area.

By Aug. 10, 2011

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Verizon acquires CloudSwitch for business services

Expanding its business services, the telecommunications company acquires CloudSwitch, whose software eases use of cloud computing services.

By Aug. 25, 2011

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Enterprise cloud computing coming of age

In recent weeks, the landscape of cloud computing has changed dramatically, with the introduction of services from the likes of Amazon, Savvis, Terremark and OpSource.

By Sep. 8, 2009

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VMware service links public and private clouds

The company has launched vCloud Express, a pay-as-you-go service that lets developers write applications for internal virtualized environments and external clouds.

By Sep. 2, 2009

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Exploring a healthy cloud-computing job market

In a struggling economy, the tech industry is a shining light. Even within the strong tech economy, though, cloud computing stands out right now.

By Sep. 1, 2010

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A beginner's guide to telecom jargon, part 5

CNET tackles one of the most overly used and overly hyped buzzwords: cloud.

By Aug. 14, 2011

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White House Web site makes open-source move

The open-source Drupal package now is used to power WhiteHouse.gov. But please don't conflate open source and open governance.

By Oct. 26, 2009

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IT's new sheriff: The Open Data Center Alliance

The new organization includes more than 70 global IT leaders, representing $50 billion dollars in annual IT spend. They've banded together to learn from each other and together influence IT procurement.

By Oct. 29, 2010