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A German Cloud Company Is Offering Free Heat If You Have Room for Some of Its Servers

Another polar vortex may or may not be on its way, but winter means heat bills no matter what. Unless, of course, you get your heat for free from a cabinet full of servers that's sitting in your living room.... »  read more

25 billion connected devices by 2020 to build the Internet of Things

Analysts estimate there will be 4.9bn connected devices by the end of next year and that this will increase four-fold in the following five years. Gartner has set out its predictions for growth in the use of connected "things" - network... »  read more

Outstanding datacentre and cloud companies invited to nominated for Datacloud 2015 Awards

Outstanding players in datacentre and cloud are being asked to nominate themselves for the annual Datacloud Awards 2015 which will be presented at a gala ceremony that takes place in Monaco, 2nd June 2015. Now in its 8th year, the Judges... »  read more

Enterprise need for clearer regulation in cloud computing focus of Cloud Law Conference

The inaugural Cloud Law event taking place in London November 25th with participating enterprise general counsel and professional advisors is set to address the regulatory complexity confronting cloud computing in Europe. With an extensive panel of experts, the event aims to... »  read more

Cloud providers rush to build EU datacentres over data sovereignty

Large cloud providers such as IBM, Amazon, Microsoft, Google and VMware are building datacentres in Europe as enterprises based in the European Union (EU) migrating workloads to the cloud insist their data stays in the region. Cloud provider IBM announced it... »  read more

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