Why All Those New Google / Amazon Data Centers Won't Really Go To Waste – Cloud Computing's First Supercomputer

Why All Those New Google / Amazon Data Centers Won’t Really Go To Waste – Cloud Computing’s First Supercomputer As the market leaders of Cloud Computing’s rapidly growing industry, both Google and Amazon are looking to steadily increase the size of their data centers. However, many opponents to this idea are asking questions such as

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Big Data and Promising Startups for 2012

Mapr - Big Data

Big Data and Promising Startups for 2012 A lot of people are saying Big Data is going to be even bigger in 2012. While it has always been an important factor in the Cloud revolution the main reasons this is so are that it is forecasted that enterprise Hadoop solutions are going to rise very

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Cloud Apps of the Week: What You’ll Want for the New Year

Animoto

Cloud Apps of the Week: What You’ll Want for the New Year As we close out 2011, here’s some information on a few last-minute applications that are sure to improve how you experience twenty twelve. Animoto Every season of winter holidays provides an avalanche of fodder that only an attractive video can capture best. But

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Cloud Computing Integration – Challenges and Solutions

Cloud Computing Integration – Challenges and Solutions I have been a long term supporter of what the cloud can do for your business, but I did not hold back from presenting what issues need to be overcome when performing a cloud computing implementation. Today, I would like to discuss the challenges of cloud computing integrations.

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Enabling the Cloud for the Home

Enabling the Cloud for the Home Anyone who has used a virtualized system or seen what the Cloud can do has wondered what it would be like to have your own personalized Home Cloud. Most of the time they would think about how cool it would be to get your latest files, media and stuff

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Disaster Recovery in Cloud Computing

Casper Manes

Disaster Recovery in Cloud Computing Considering a cloud service offering? You’re not alone. Practically every IT organization out there is at least discussing the cloud as a way to improve services, save money, or shift workloads, and there’s good reason for that. While the cloud might not be for everyone, it has tremendous advantages for understaffed

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Infographic: The Google Index, 100 Million Gigabytes and Counting…

Google Under The Hood

Infographic: The Google Index, 100 Million Gigabytes and Counting… Here is an interesting infographic found over at: Inquistr which helps illustrate just how much data and storage space is required to run Google and its various services.  

Whitepaper: Building a Disaster-Ready Infrastructure

Prevent downtime, protect data and ensure continuous business operations When Hurricane Ike slammed into the Gulf Coast in September 2008, it put business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR) programs to the ultimate test. Beyond the devastating impact of the storm itself, power outages extended across three states and lasted for several days, forcing many businesses

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Infographic: Trends & Technology Timeline

Technology Trends

Infographic: Trends & Technology Timeline… This is a very detailed Infographic that we’ve come across via NowandNext.com.  Some of the current and future trends mentioned are: Cloud Storage, Data Security and Gesture-based Computing… Click the image to zoom in. Source: NowandNext.com

Mobile Cloud Security:The Seven Fundamentals of Mobile Working

Having an agile, mobile workforce is becoming commonplace for a lot of small and medium-sized enterprises. Remote working has been happening in corporate environment for decades, but they have whole teams dedicated to deploying infrastructures and locking them down securely.  Some organizations already have solutions in place, but are they secure?  How do organizations who

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iCloud: Features and Competitors

iCloud: Features and Competitors With the release of iCloud, Apple has revolutionized the process of storage and interaction via the cloud computing technique. The best part about iCloud is that it is free. It does not charge subscribers any sort of fee during the usage of most of the iCloud services. The specific services provided

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