Air China will also deploy Unisys' in-transit service manager service for proactive shipment management and Cargo 2000 services.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 14-May-2013
In 2013, there will be clouds that operate without requiring the connection through the internet. Cloud providers that can seamlessly operate behind the corporate firewall will become major players in true hybrid cloud implementations.
by: Mark Smith, Savvis Asia 18-Feb-2013
In line with China's 12th Five-Year Plan, the Hong Kong government CIO will lead a 20-member cloud expert group to drive standards development and promote the best practices of cloud computing within the government. It will also work with international and Mainland Chinese industry bodies to help set cloud standards.
by: Carol Ko 30-Mar-2012
The study group, overseen by the International Telecommunication Union, conducts research includes work on standards related to interoperability of cloud services and portability of cloud data. Other group members include Microsoft, France Telecom Orange and the Korean Electronics and Telecommunications Institute.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 01-Mar-2012
The Asia Pacific Cloud Alliance, formed by five telcos in the Asia Pacific and Oracle plus independent adviser PricewaterhouseCoopers, will develop cloud interoperability standards around security and privacy, quality of service and SLA, as well as mitigate service provider lock-in.
by: Carol Ko and Sheila Lam 07-Feb-2012
Cloud strategies vary from vendor to vendor, and it’s important for prospective cloud adopters to know who's planning what. Our expert explains what to expect from four different offerings.
by: Bill Claybrook, Contributor, SearchCloudComputing.com 11-Feb-2011