Over the last five years, the tone of the cloud conversation has changed. No longer is the main focus on security; now it’s on the benefits of the cloud, like ROI, agility and more.
Robert Scoble sits down with one of his social media heroes to talk about social media and the real ROI with Phil Campbell, Director of Geekery with Fibrecamp. Phil originally started out as a computer operator after deciding on a career in computing after watching too many cheesy 80′s movies from America suggesting that computing […]
Rackspace has been named the 2012 Microsoft Hosting Partner of the Year for its managed, cloud and hybrid hosting, marking the fourth time Rackspace has taken home this award.
The 2012 Rackspace Cloud Adoption Survey found rogue IT and lock-in are key cloud concerns, but overall IT decision makers have a positive opinion of the cloud.
The first five years of cloud led to a host of new services and capabilities, but also created the threat of lock-in. The next five years, starting with OpenStack, will be about cloud choice and portability.
Rackspace has launched the Partner Leadership Council, a forum through which Rackspace and a nominated group of select partners mapped out a strategy for future growth together.
Rackspace has added four new Linux operating system distributions for Cloud Servers: Fedora 17, CentOS 5.8, CentOS 6.2 and Ubuntu 12.04.
Rackspace Startup Program member Tempo is creating solutions for businesses to store and analyze massive streams of time-series data.