Cloud computing changes everything
- 24 December, 2011 08:45
The sheer number of cloud players - or companies that claim to be cloud players -- is staggering. By some estimates there are more than 2,000 software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies alone. At this early point in the cloud revolution, there are certainly front runners, but the field is wide open.
There are still the VMwares, Microsofts and Salesforce.com's of the networking industry pushing data out to the cloud, but watch out for heavyweights such as Amazon and Google to power their way through market share.
With scores of new cloud companies popping up and so many existing players jumping on the cloud bandwagon, we take a look at where traditional enterprise networking vendors stand. Walk with us as we look at how Citrix, Cisco, CA and Juniper are doing.
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