Cloud services provider Savvis has announced a net loss of $13.9 million for its second quarter results, widening from $6.17 million when compared to Q2 2009. Revenue for the second quarter rose from $219.86 million, in the same quarter last year, to $221.76 this year.
Vizioncore unveils free Quest Management pack for VMware
Vizioncore has released its free Quest Management Pack for VMware. The pack is designed to extend Microsoft System Centre Operations Manager to monitor VMware virtual infrastructure.
Vision Solutions completes acquisition of Double-Take Software
Vendor Vision Solutions has announced the completion of its acquisition of Double-Take Software. The $242 million deal is designed to strengthen Vision Solutions' product offerings in the Windows and open systems markets. Double-Take makes software for data protection and recovery, mostly for Microsoft Windows computer systems and Intel-based servers.
Police trial IBM software
Two British police forces are trying out IBM software that is designed to help predict when and where crimes will be committed before they take place. The programme is known as Crush (Criminal Reduction Utilising Statistical History) and analyses criminal records, intelligence briefings, offender profiles and weather reports, to highlight potential crime hotspots.
Cloud computing services to hit $222.5 billion over next five years
The global cloud computing services market is set to reach $222.5 billion over the next five years, according to a Cloud Computing Services report. To hit such a figure by 2015, the report indicates that end users will continue to modernise and upgrade their network infrastructure to further cut costs.
Kayleigh Bateman is the Site Editor of SearchVirtualDataCentre.co.uk.