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VOLUME 6
2013: Year of the hybrid cloud

2013: Year of the hybrid cloud

Hybrid clouds, cloud brokers, big data and software-defined networking (SDN) predicted to be the major trends in cloud computing in 2013.

IN THIS ISSUE: 2013: Year of the hybrid cloud | 10 cloud predictions



VOLUME 5
Cloud careers

Cloud careers

Building cross-disciplinary skills is key to success in the cloud.

IN THIS ISSUE: Careers in the cloud: It's a seller’s market | Top 10 cloud related job titles | Slideshow of cloud jobs



VOLUME 4
Everything-as-a-service

Everything-as-a-service

The ‘as-a-service’ phenomen expands into unified communications,security, management and networking.

IN THIS ISSUE: The cloud services explosion | Hendrickson keeps on truckin' with UcaaS | Microsoft delivers missing Lync for telemed project | Nine 'everything-as-a-service’ (Xaas) companies to watch



VOLUME 3
Software-as-a-service

Software-as-a-service

Service providers need to tackle integration, customization and brokerage issues before SaaS can reach its full potential.

IN THIS ISSUE: Taking SaaS to the next level | SaaS and ASCAP make beautiful music together | 10 SaaS delivery companies to watch



VOLUME 2
Steve Ballmer

Infrastructure-as-a-service

Large enterprises take a methodical approach to moving workloads into the public cloud.

IN THIS ISSUE: IaaS making slow headway | OpenStack unlocks IaaS | IaaS Case Study: Preferred Hotel Group prefers the cloud | 10 most powerful IaaS companies



VOLUME 1
Platform-as-a-service

Platform-as-a-service

Platform as a service market remains fragmented, but clear leaders should emerge within next year or two.

IN THIS ISSUE: A world of PaaS-ibilities | Bullish on PaaS | Tips for a successful PaaS rollout | 10 most powerful PaaS companies

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