Firms ditch online data for old-school servers
It is starting to look like the cloud bubble is bursting as more firms return to on-site data centres.
Ex-geek warns cloud could go the same way as mainframes
A former software engineer has warned that cloud setups could end up the same way as the old mainframes,
Phone giant teams up with Microsoft for AI and cloud
Vodafone has signed a 10-year deal with Microsoft to use the tech monster's artificial intelligence and cloud technology.
Cloud in your own company
Oxide, a startup founded by computing experts from Joyent and Dell, launched what it calls the world's first "commercial cloud computer."
Bringing things in-house is saving cash.
It is starting to look like the cloud companies are charging too much, and customers are voting with their feet.
Sony's chief executive has warned that cloud gaming is still technically "very tricky," playing down the risk to the console maker of the industry quickly converting to a technology on which its rival Microsoft has invested shedloads of cash.
Claims that Vole is nibbling at rivals again
Microsoft's Azure cloud business has been targeted by the European Union's antitrust arm, amid concerns the US software firm is leveraging its market power to squeeze out rivals.
Analysts expecting the slowest growth for a decade
Demand for cloud-computing services is slowing and Microsoft and Amazon are expected to report the slowest revenue growth for their cloud-computing businesses since the firms started breaking out performance last decade.
Don't have to worry about boundaries
Amazon is thinking about shoving some of its cloud into space.