February 3, 2012 | Paul Dave

For February's User of the Month, I'm pleased to announce the winner is Matthew Becker from University of Chicago!

January 19, 2012 | Paul Dave

For 2012’s first User of the Month, I’m happy to announce that we have selected Greg Salvesen from the University of Colorado.

January 10, 2012 | Stuart Martin

I can't tell you how good it feels to have GT 5.2.0 officially announced!! Well, actually, I can and I'm going to :-)

December 14, 2011 | Ian Foster

If This Then That (www.ifttt.com) is an intriguing new service for managing and integrating social media. It lets you specify simple rules of the form:

if <this event> then do <that action>

...where <this event> may be something like arrival of an email, a local weather forecast of rain, or a new blog post on Tumblr, and <that action> can be something like send an SMS message or an email, or post to EverNote or Facebook.

December 6, 2011 | Raj Kettimuthu

For December's User of the Month, I’m happy to announce that we have selected James Vincent from University of Vermont!

November 15, 2011 | Vas Vasiliadis

In collaboration with the XSEDE Project, Globus Online is happy to announce support for MyProxy oAuth, an authentication and x509 credential retrieval service developed by the MyProxy Team at NCSA.

November 1, 2011 | Raj Kettimuthu

For November's User of the Month, I’m happy to announce that we have selected Jin-Ho Yoon from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

October 31, 2011 | Ian Foster

In our work with many hundreds of researchers who work in smaller labs, we’ve learned a few things about what is likely to be adopted and what is likely to go nowhere. For these scientists, who represent the majority of researchers working today, cyberinfrastructure can’t be delivered by providing software to be installed in a lab: they too often lack the local infrastructure and expertise.

October 1, 2011 | Paul Dave

For October's User of the Month, I’m happy to announce that we have selected Gary Bates from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

September 13, 2011 | Borja Sotomayor

Picture this: You just got access to an awesome dataset, and you can't wait to start tinkering with it. Maybe it's stored in some remote observatory, or maybe it's right there in your laptop. Wherever it is, Globus Online can help you move it somewhere with serious computational muscle, so you can start hacking away at those oodles of data.

Except... you don't actually have an account on one of those fancy clusters or supercomputers.