Cloud News On The Cloud: January 7th, 2013

Cloud News On The Cloud: January 7th, 2013 2012 ended strong for cloud service and security providers as we continue to see wide acceptance of the Cloud by both individual users and giant, multinational companies. Microsoft and Google keep fighting for a piece of the cloud enterprise service level while Ubuntu is making the transition to the mobile world. Cloud Data Protection Is at an All Time High That is, at least, what the leaders…

Cloud News On The Cloud: December 28th, 2012

Cloud News On The Cloud: December 28th, 2012 The last week of 2012 brings good news to cloud specialists, companies and fans. The entertainment world has a strong presence in the Cloud with music streaming apps and small projectors to share your cloud experience with friends. And companies are moving their production and testing technologies in the Cloud which further creates millions of job openings for Cloud specialists. Music in The Cloud This week the New York Times…

Cloud News On The Cloud: December 21st, 2012

Cloud News On The Cloud: December 21st, 2012 This week the Cloud got a C+ in terms of real usability by small businesses from Forbes but a big A+ for security, Santa is moving his PR division to the Cloud and Red Hat takes one more step towards fulfilling their clients’ needs about the Cloud. Forbes’ Myths about Cloud Security Forbes has published this week a list of myths that have been keeping people weary…

Some Of The Fastest Growing Markets – Week In Review: December 17th, 2012

Week In Review: December 17th, 2012 Cloud News on the Cloud This week the Christmas spirit visited Microsoft who won a partnership with NORAD to track Santa and Facebook as delivered an improved app to Android users. Google has finally developed a celebrated Maps app for iOS users and we are starting to see a new war between internet browsers. The Internet Browser Wars Have Started Again According to the New York Times a new internet browser…

Is Cloud Computing Killing Open Source Software

Is Cloud Computing Killing Open Source Software The best thing about open source software systems has always been the fact that it is freely available and any programmer or company can use it to develop its own version of that software. For the longest time they have been the best solution for people willing to go outside the box in order to get the best results in their respective IT departments. Of course these systems have never been…

Renewal And Growth In The Cloud Flow

Renewal And Growth In The Cloud Flow It is almost impossible to exist as a business today without the help of one cloud service or another. Even as individual users, there are cloud services that are simply irreplaceable in making our modern lives possible. But even in the approach we take towards the cloud there are differences that show just how open we are to accepting the cloud revolution. One of the best characteristics of…

Week In Review: December 7th, 2012

Cloud News: Week In Review: December 7th, 2012 For anyone who was still harboring doubts about the importance of the Cloud this week has brought news and changes that have sealed the extraordinary influence the Cloud has on our lives. From CPAs who are planning to adopt their business strategies to factor in the Cloud, to Intel who has recently gave a statement about how the ‘Big Four’ Cloud customers are influencing their hardware development, every business is somehow being…

How Hackers Are Getting Inside Help

How Hackers Are Getting Inside Help There are more people today aware of the security risks they expose themselves and their companies during their regular internet activities than there have ever been before. The media has made it clear to all internet users just how often and easily their online privacy is threatened and each time some of the best and most common security measures have been detailed. And yet many of the same users that do feel threatened…

What Successful Businesses Have Been Developed By Providing SaaS, PaaS and IaaS

What Successful Businesses Have Been Developed By Providing SaaS, PaaS and IaaS We have written quite a few articles about the 3 most significant service models it presents, SaaS, PaaS and IaaS. Yet the thing that makes understanding these models difficult is the fact that there are so very few examples of companies that are actually making a successful business out of providing one or all of these services. And it is so difficult to find a palpable…

The Cloud, Week In Review: November 30th, 2012

The Cloud, Week In Review: November 30th, 2012 This week, Google and Amazon have brought forth new goodies for consumers that are going to make our lives even easier than before. And the privacy of the data we are going to use through their services may receive a new level of privacy security if a bill proposed by Patrick Leahy will be passed. Google Drive Attachments Raised to 10 GB Google has risen this week…