Profile of Charles BabcockEditor at Large, Cloud
Member Since: 11/15/2013
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Charles Babcock is an editor-at-large for InformationWeek and author of Management Strategies for the Cloud Revolution, a McGraw-Hill book. He is the former editor-in-chief of Digital News, former software editor of Computerworld and former technology editor of Interactive Week. He is a graduate of Syracuse University where he obtained a bachelor's degree in journalism. He joined the publication in 2003.
Articles by Charles Babcock
posted in October 2011
Cloud Technology Partners execs share advice on avoiding common traps as you move from legacy enterprise infrastructure to the private cloud.
The advantages of private clouds and the lack of good IT talent gets Boston members of the Wall Street Technology Association talking.
Latest release of AtomSphere helps you build a connected business process, using lightweight rule engine to govern how applications update each other's data.
MuleSoft puts its enterprise service bus in the cloud with SaaS
connectors, other supporting services.
Can Dell's vStart virtualized rack systems that integrate servers, switches, and storage lead a market worth hundreds of billions of dollars?
Oracle add social networking collaboration features to Oracle Cloud.
Popular Web development community gets free sandbox on Amazon that enables multi-cloud application deployments.
Clamor for private cloud services from infrastructure-as-a-service providers threatens traditional outsourcing firms like HP and IBM.
As companies push virtualization to more--and more essential--systems, things are getting complicated.
At Dell World, Steve Ballmer gave attendees a look at some interesting changes in Windows 8 and Windows 8 server. Here's what they saw.
"Oracle clearly wants you to enter the Oracle universe and never leave," VMware chief tells Dell World audience, as he pushes vision of automated cloud computing.
Dell World attendees get an inside look at the challenges of being a federal CIO--and at the numbers involved.
A confident Michael Dell took the stage at Dell World Thursday to tout his company's services, virtualization and data center offerings--and asserted that the future of business tech isn't about Apple.
At a time when HP's customer confidence has waned, Dell launches a new event in Austin, Texas: Dell World.
Google ranked second, Amazon Web Services sixth in Compuware's CloudSleuth monitoring tests; methodology is likely to be debated.
By building its public cloud on Exadata and Exalogic appliances and implementing monthly subscription-based pricing, Oracle seeks to challenge Amazon, Rackspace.
CEO Ellison announces Oracle's move to infrastructure as a service at OpenWorld conference, where most of the emphasis has been on in-house, high end hardware appliances.
Salesforce.com CEO claims he was ousted after tiff with Oracle CEO over critical Facebook posting. Oracle owes Salesforce $1 million, he says.
In a sidebar to Oracle OpenWorld, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Salesforce execs say simple, well-documented APIs are key to business expansion.
Dell's appearance supplied ample testimony to how hard Oracle is trying to become a hardware company.
Enterprise Manager 12c, announced at OpenWorld, lets IT use one console to manage Oracle products running in data center or cloud.
Exalytics can load sorted data out of Hadoop for advanced analytics, business intelligence.