Latest IaaS publications

Five cloud providers now account for three quarters of IaaS market

Smaller and niche providers continue to lose share of IaaS market Gartner has released its annual infrastructure as a service (IaaS) market analysis for 2018, and to no great surprise, the usual suspects continue to dominate. In order of market share, the familiar faces of Amazon, Microsoft, Alibaba, Google and IBM top the IaaS market… Read More

White paper: Identity and Access Management (IAM) without compromise

IT and business executives are tasked with two strategic directives that seem inherently contradictory – they must empower the business and its people to operate at maximum speed while providing, at the same time, the optimum levels of security and risk management. Businesses of all sizes are being constantly challenged to effectively provide secure access… Read More

Identity-as-a-service demand rises with cloud growth

Demand for new identity and access management services are increasing as a result of the growth in cloud adoption worldwide, according to new research by consulting firm Frost & Sullivan. Complexities that have been introduced by enterprises in managing cloud adoption, including the need for Platform-as-a-Service and Infrastructure-as-a-Service are creating pressure for companies to provide an… Read More

OVH continues U.S. data centre expansion

French IaaS provider OVH has announced the addition of a new data centre in Hillsboro, Oregon, as it continues with its North American and global expansion plans. The acquired facility will join OVH’s Virginia-based Vint Hill site as its second data centre in the U.S., with a third North American data centre located in Canada. Just… Read More

Teasing apart the public vs. private cloud polemic

The last few years of debate about the public versus the private cloud have been lively, but arguably not framed by the context of how – and which – industries are driving adoption… The ambient  noise around public vs. private clouds can be confusing to IT managers. After all, the industry has been using terms… Read More