Category Archives: Cloud Computing

Making Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) And eDiscovery Work For Your Business

Making Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and eDiscovery Work for your Business  The latest challenges to your business’ eDiscovery policies and procedures may not be changes in the law but may instead be changes in your employees’ lifestyles: they have smartphones and they want to use smartphones to facilitate their work. A 2011 study by

What Should You Look For In A Cloud Security Vendor?

Protecting the security of your cloud data during its transmission, storage, and access is an ongoing, fundamental concern as technology continues to evolve, intrusion possibilities increase, and BYOD becomes more common. Here are the five areas to consider when evaluating how the security of your cloud vendor stacks up. How is My Data Physically Protected?

Windows Azure In Real Time Gaming

Windows Azure In Real Time Gaming

Windows Azure in Real Time Gaming The promise of painless scalability and continuous integration on the Cloud resonates well with the gaming industry because of the efficient mechanisms that make it possible for the gamers to enjoy state-of-the-art playing experience while gaming on the Cloud. Windows Azure would be a perfect benchmark for gauging games which

Step-by-Step Guide To Prepare Data Centers For The Challenges Of Big Data

Step-by-Step Guide To Prepare Data Centers For The Challenges Of Big Data

5 Ways to Future-Proof Your Data Center for Big Data  “The empires of the future are the empires of the mind.”                                             – Winston Churchill (1874-1965), iconic British Prime Minister. Unless one plans for the future, one risks getting left behind. Nowhere is this truer than in the field of computing, and planning for Big

Task Scheduling In Cloud Environments For Optimum Performance

Task Scheduling in Cloud Environments for Optimum Performance Task scheduling is one of the primary components of any Operating System and Cloud is not an exception. In fact, task scheduling in the Cloud is one of the hottest research areas for practitioners driven by increasing need for squeezing maximum performance out of a Cloud deployment.