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  • Rackspace profits from hosted demand

    Growing demand for hosted cloud services has pushed quarterly revenues at sector bellwether Rackspace up 29% year-on-year to $319m (£203.7m), while net profit of $25m was up 49%. 

  • Cloud business could hit SAP targets

    SAP's SuccessFactors business has added costs to the vendor's balance sheet and had an impact on profitability 

  • Wozniak praised for voicing cloud fears

    The co-founder of Apple Steve Wozniak has described the cloud as horrendous and raised concerns over data integrity 

  • Clearing the fog of cloud

    Amro Gebreel looks at how to make a clear pitch with cloud technology amid all the hype and customers' concerns. 

  • Channel cloud code gets ISO certifications

    The Cloud Industry Forum (CIF) and its independent certification partner, APM Group, have launched a new version of its cloud code of practice (COP), incorporating ISO certifications for the first time. 

  • Selling the cloud to SMEs

    We investigate which areas of business are best for SMEs to move to the cloud and what role the channel can play in implementing and delivering those services. 

  • Resellers must discuss hidden cloud costs

    The cloud might appear to be flexible and better value but IT industry group ISACA has warned there are hidden costs that could trip customers up 

  • Most IT contractors have their heads in the clouds

    There appears to be a fair amount of bluff and bending of the truth going on among those that claim they can offer customers cloud support, discovers Nick Booth 

  • Time ticking down on one size fits all vendors

    Mitel has predicted a future where technology and solutions will be much more personal and vendors offering a one-size-fits-all option will struggle 

  • BSA exposes cloud application license abuse

    The BSA has discovered that firms are sharing log-in credentials for cloud applications between staff in a move that would violate license agreements