Compare the Cloud Welcomes Michael Higgins of CloudSigma to our Thought Leaders

London, United Kingdom – March 26, 2012 Compare the Cloud, a leading independent cloud computing comparison website, announced today the launch of its new cloud comparison tool and multimedia website that brings together information and evaluation resources about trusted cloud computing vendors to help business users find the right cloud-based IT solutions for their business. Along with this website launch, …

One Size Never Fits All

The overused cliché “one size fits all” hardly applies to anything these days, including cloud platforms. Some utilize the cloud to sustain the high storage requirements needed to process huge amounts of research data efficiently and accurately. Others need the flexibility and high-performance computing the cloud allows for work with some of the largest high-res, long-form content files in the …

CloudSigma Joins Besol’s Tapp Platform for Cloud Infrastructure Management and Migration

CloudSigma Opens up its Flexible, Customer-Centric IaaS Platform to Tapp Customers Palo Alto, California – March 20, 2012 CloudSigma, the only international, customer-centric, pure-cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) provider, today announced that it has joined cloud aggregator Besol’s Tapp platform, a cloud infrastructure management service, still in Beta. CloudSigma is the newest public cloud provider to join Tapp, opening …

The Science Cloud Cometh

Mankind is currently engaged in some of the most important scientific research of our age: the search for the elusive Higgs particle to validate our modern understanding of physics; genomic sequencing to enrich our understanding of life on Earth; and the global monitoring and hopefully prediction of natural disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanoes to better defend us from …

Big Science Teams Up with Big Business To Kick-start European Cloud Computing

Geneva, Switzerland – 1st-March-2012 Today a consortium of leading IT providers and three of Europe’s biggest research centres (CERN, EMBL and ESA) announced a partnership to launch a European cloud computing platform. ‘Helix Nebula ‐ the Science Cloud’, will support the massive IT requirements of European scientists, and become available to governmental organisations and industry after an initial pilot phase. …