Cloud Infographic: Cloud Control And File Sharing

Cloud Infographic: Cloud Control And File Sharing

Cloud Infographic: Cloud Control And File Sharing A cloud computing survey from Microsoft found that a chief concern of potential SMB cloud customers is the security and privacy of their data. A full 70% of small businesses are concerned about where their data is stored. Just over half of all SMBs cite data privacy as a potential deal breaker for adopting cloud services. And only 36% of businesses think their data is as or more secure…

On Rob Kaufmann’s Thesis: NAS vs Cloud Part 1

On Rob Kaufmann’s Thesis: NAS vs Cloud Part 1

On Rob Kaufmann’s Thesis: NAS vs. Cloud Part 1 A few weeks back KPI Analytics employee Rob Kaufmann suggested that network attached storage (NAS) solutions for data serving could in numerous cases provide a greater advantage than Cloud services. Specifically, he cited that it would be preferable for those serving massive files or very sensitive data. This was debated at a press conference on July 17th. I’m here to suggest that although Kaufman is making…

How Do You Control And Keep Your Cloud Cost To A Minimum?

How Do You Control And Keep Your Cloud Cost To A Minimum? We all agree that cloud computing can be cheaper than purchasing your own hardware and software and maintaining your own servers.  But, when it comes to cloud computing, one of the questions we need to be concerned with is what the real costs are? In fact, it is difficult to understand what the costs are when starting out a relationship with some cloud…

100% Cloud Based Companies? Yes, It’s Possible!

100% Cloud Based Companies? Yes, It’s Possible! Everyone is talking about the cloud. Business applications are moving to the cloud. The shift from traditional software models to Internet based solutions has steadily gained momentum over the last 10 years. The next decade promises new ways of collaboration, via cloud computing and mobile devices. Life before cloud computing for traditional business applications was always quite complicated, not to mention expensive. The amount and variety of hardware…

Collaboration Clouds: The Logical Next Step To Cloud Computing

Collaboration Clouds: The Logical Next Step To Cloud Computing

Collaboration Clouds “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships.” – Michael Jordan, arguably the greatest basketball player ever. For those who follow basketball, Michael Jordan needs no introduction. For the rest, here are the basic facts. Jordan holds the NBA (National Basketball Association) records for highest career regular season scoring average (30.12 points per game) and highest career playoff scoring average (33.45 points per game). In 1999, he was named the greatest North American…

Is The Future Of The Cloud Computing Open Source?

Is The Future Of The Cloud Computing Open Source?

Cloud Computing Open Source? Companies are embracing cloud computing solutions because of their flexibility, scalability and cost-effectiveness, and those who have successfully integrated the cloud into their infrastructure have found it quite economic. They can expand and contract, and add and remove services as per requirement, giving them a lot of control over the resources being used and the funds being spent on those resources. This highly controllable environment not only cuts the costs of…

Big Data Infographic: The 2012 London Summer Games

Big Data Infographic: The 2012 London Summer Games

Big Data Infographic: The 2012 London Summer Games Recent years have seen a lot of development in the cloud computing sphere. Big data is believed by many to be here to stay, and a lot of real investment is touted to happen in this particular area. Such a trend is quite exciting, as new, better and more powerful infrastructure will be needed to support all this. So,  a lot of further development is on the way to…