Getting Value From The Cloud

Getting Value From The Cloud

Value From The Cloud Emergent Research predicts that small businesses employing cloud computing will more than double in the next six years, from 37% to 80%. Though often associated with small business transformation, cloud technology can be useful for large and government organizations too. MSPmentor comments that cloud computing is no longer only for developers…

How To Avoid An IT Culture Clash

How To Avoid An IT Culture Clash

Avoid An IT Culture Clash It used to be that company IT decision makers could simply dictate the software that business units would use. However, in today’s business culture where employees use multiple devices to collaborate and complete work, the traditional one-size-fits-all approach to selecting software and cloud computing services is no longer effective for…

CLOUD AGGREGATION IS INEVITABLE: The Shift From Digital Disruption To Digital Enabler

CLOUD AGGREGATION IS INEVITABLE: The Shift From Digital Disruption To Digital Enabler

Cloud Aggregation The big shift in big data, virtualization, enterprise mobility and complex integrated systems that are causing so much disruption today, is heading to an emphasis on platforms as opposed to projects that call for too many integration points. New technology is often disruptive. It takes time to understand it, and to find the…

Smart Watches And Cyber Security Concerns

Smart Watches And Cyber Security Concerns

Smart Watches Vulnerable To Cyber-Attack The recent epidemic of cyber attacks has led to increased investment and spending on security. But still, hackers have the upper hand. They can hack your computer, mobile, iPad, Internet-connected vehicle, and even your smart watch. According to HP, Smart watches with network and communication functionality represent a new and…

Should You Invest In A 3D Printer?

Should You Invest In A 3D Printer?

Innovation With The 3D Printer 3D printing awareness and application has been growing slowly but steadily for the last decade and it’s clear that its use will not be limited to prototyping for much longer but instead is likely to revolutionize mainstream commercial and industrial production. Harvard Business Review indicates that more than 30% of…

The Lighter Side Of The Cloud – The Dating Game

The Lighter Side Of The Cloud – The Dating Game

By David Fletcher Please feel free to share our comics via social media networks such as Twitter. We fully support the sharing of our comics as long as there is clear attribution (via @cloudtweaks) to the orginal comic source.  If you are a company brand looking to utilize our comics to generate leads to/on a…

Promising OpenStack-Based IaaS Launched In US

Promising OpenStack-Based IaaS Launched In US

OpenStack-Based IaaS Launched In US Can Bridge Gap Between Private and Public Cloud The free, open-source cloud-computing software platform, OpenStack is poised to “bridge the gap” between public and private clouds, as the Swedish-based City Network expands its OpenStack-based Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) into the USA. Called City Cloud, it is the pivotal hub…

Cloud Connectivity: Traversing The Path From Data Center To Enterprise User

Cloud Connectivity: Traversing The Path From Data Center To Enterprise User

Cloud Connectivity Industry analysts that follow enterprise organizations and the proliferation of Cloud computing are in overwhelming agreement: the Cloud is growing, and its proliferation is forever changing the business landscape. By 2018, more than 60 percent of enterprises will have at least half of their infrastructure on Cloud-based platforms. Where enterprises are concerned, today’s…

SaaS And The Cloud Are Still Going Strong

SaaS And The Cloud Are Still Going Strong

SaaS And The Cloud With the results of Cisco Global Could Index: 2013-2018 and Hosting and Cloud Study 2014, predictions for the future of cloud computing are notable. Forbes reported that spending on infrastructure-related services has increased as public cloud computing uptake spreads, and reflected on Gartner’s Public Cloud Services Forecast. The public cloud service…

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The Cloud In 2015: Eight Trends To Look For

The Cloud In 2015: Eight Trends To Look For

The Cloud In 2015 For organizations of all sizes, in 2014 the cloud emerged as a critical part of the default consideration set when implementing any new application – in large part due to the cloud’s proven ability to handle data storage and processing demands in an elastic manner, improved verifiable standards around data security and…

The Industries That The Cloud Will Change The Most

The Industries That The Cloud Will Change The Most

The Industries That The Cloud Will Change The Most Cloud computing is rapidly revolutionizing the way we do business. Instead of being a blurry buzzword, it has become a facet of everyday life. Most people may not quite understand how the cloud works, but electricity is quite difficult to fathom as well. Anyway, regardless of…

Is Docker The Next Big Thing?

Is Docker The Next Big Thing?

Is Docker The Next Big Thing? We often hear that a particular product or idea is going to be the ‘next big thing’, and analysts and commentators are frequently falling over themselves to predict an emerging trend or developing idea. In the case of Docker, it might actually be justified. The open source technology is…

Cloud Infographic – Guide To Small Business Cloud Computing

Cloud Infographic – Guide To Small Business Cloud Computing

Small Business Cloud Computing Trepidation is inherently attached to anything that involves change and especially if it involves new technologies. SMBs are incredibly vulnerable to this fear and rightfully so. The wrong security breach can incapacitate a small startup for good whereas larger enterprises can reboot their operations due to the financial stability of shareholders. Gordon Tan contributed an…

The Global Rise of Cloud Computing

The Global Rise of Cloud Computing

The Global Rise of Cloud Computing Despite the rapid growth of cloud computing, the cloud still commands a small portion of overall enterprise IT spending. Estimates I’ve seen put the percentage between 5% and 10% of the slightly more than $2 trillion (not including telco) spent worldwide in 2014 on enterprise IT. Yet growth projections…

5 Surprising Ways Cloud Computing Is Changing Education

5 Surprising Ways Cloud Computing Is Changing Education

Cloud Computing Education The benefits of cloud computing are being recognized in businesses and institutions across the board, with almost 90 percent of organizations currently using some kind of cloud-based application. The immediate benefits of cloud computing are obvious: cloud-based applications reduce infrastructure and IT costs, increase accessibility, enable collaboration, and allow organizations more flexibility…

How To Avoid An IT Culture Clash

How To Avoid An IT Culture Clash

Avoid An IT Culture Clash It used to be that company IT decision makers could simply dictate the software that business units would use. However, in today’s business culture where employees use multiple devices to collaborate and complete work, the traditional one-size-fits-all approach to selecting software and cloud computing services is no longer effective for…

Smart Watches And Cyber Security Concerns

Smart Watches And Cyber Security Concerns

Smart Watches Vulnerable To Cyber-Attack The recent epidemic of cyber attacks has led to increased investment and spending on security. But still, hackers have the upper hand. They can hack your computer, mobile, iPad, Internet-connected vehicle, and even your smart watch. According to HP, Smart watches with network and communication functionality represent a new and…

Big Data Algorithms: Better Journalists Than Humans?

Big Data Algorithms: Better Journalists Than Humans?

Who’s The Better Story Teller? The age of automated storytelling is moving quicker than most might imagine. You can simply specify the topic you want to write, and the software will come up with a new book in a matter of minutes. Yes, the day is not far away when we will no longer see…

Promising OpenStack-Based IaaS Launched In US

Promising OpenStack-Based IaaS Launched In US

OpenStack-Based IaaS Launched In US Can Bridge Gap Between Private and Public Cloud The free, open-source cloud-computing software platform, OpenStack is poised to “bridge the gap” between public and private clouds, as the Swedish-based City Network expands its OpenStack-based Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) into the USA. Called City Cloud, it is the pivotal hub…

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