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Cloud Computing Bottleneck: The Bandwidth Problem

Cloud Computing Bottleneck: The Bandwidth Problem

Cloud Computing Bottleneck: The Bandwidth Problem Though Cloud Computing looks to be the future of application and data delivery for the foreseeable future, it is not without its downsides and bottlenecks, literally. The most evident bottleneck you will notice is bandwidth. It is the end-all-be-all of connectivity. Without it, or even just having small portions

Cloud Infographic: 5 New Technologies To Manage A Zombie Apocalypse

Cloud Infographic: 5 New Technologies To Manage A Zombie Apocalypse

Cloud Infographic: 5 New Technologies To Manage A Zombie Apocalypse With much discussion regarding cloud security, downtime, privacy and a number of other areas. We feel that this uniquely flippant infographic plays right into the theme of prudence meets paranoia in the event of an apocalypse. Infographic Source: Emergency Management Degree

Cloud Startup: Pure Storage

Cloud Startup: Pure Storage

Cloud Startup: Pure Storage Pure Storage: The Difference between High Processing Flash and Conventional Disk Storage on the Cloud With its headquarters in the United States, Pure Storage has already broken several records as far as cloud transformative practices are concerned. Sources reveal that the startup has managed to get 150 million dollars worth of

How Cloud Computing Can Make Your Business Run More Efficiently

How Cloud Computing Can Make Your Business Run More Efficiently

How Cloud Computing Can Make Your Business Run More Efficiently It was only a matter of time before businesses turned to alternative methods of storing and processing data. At the rate businesses were expanding, it wasn’t worth storing the data physically and running all of the processes locally. Enter cloud computing. Cloud computing is essentially

Cloud Infographic: Data Center Downtime

Cloud Infographic: Data Center Downtime

Cloud Infographic: Data Center Downtime Yet in a year of high-profile outages, many businesses have been taking a second look at their incident response plans. This year alone has seen outages from Amazon, Dropbox, Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft – brands that most of us associate with uptime and reliability. Watching the titans of cloud environments experience failure