IBM To Boost Business Continuity
Typhoon Terror and Now, How To Help
Microsoft Gets Aggressive with Cloud
Western Digital Launches 'My Cloud'
Boulder Tech Scene Not Washed Out
What if cloud computing could help enterprises avoid costly business disruptions? IBM and Marist College will make the "what if" a reality with an innovation to keep services up in the wake of disasters.
Hours before Typhoon Haiyan hit, Philippine authorities moved 800,000 people to sturdy evacuation centers. But the structures were simply no match for the jet-force winds and massive walls of waves.
Redmond is going deeper into the enterprise cloud. Microsoft has announced its next wave of enterprise products and services aimed at helping companies tap into cloud computing opportunities.
A cloud of your own. It's what Western Digital offers with My Cloud hard drives, with terabytes of password-protected local storage in a Net-connected storage that acts as a private cloud.
In Boulder, Colorado, where major flooding has caused loss of homes, flooded basements and at least eight reported deaths, the tight-knit tech community hasn't lost much business, but has been rattled.