Category Archives: Cloud Computing

Using Cloud Computing To Increase Employee Productivity And Contentment

Employee Productivity and Contentment Every supervisor, manager, or HR officer knows that a content employee is a productive employee. So in this regard many companies implement some form of employee recognition and awarding scheme to facilitate productivity and contentment, and also add some bit of healthy competition –which we know for a fact does not

Crime Mapping: The Great Equalizer

Crime Mapping: The Great Equalizer

Crime Mapping: The Great Equalizer One of the most interesting and useful tools that the Cloud has developed is mapping. When the Global Positioning System was developed it was envisioned simply as a tool to assist Military leaders to keep track of assets on the battlefield. Mapping has grown so far beyond this relatively simple

Cloud Computing And Organizational Inertia

Cloud Computing And Organizational Inertia Having spent this last week at the Cloud Connect event in Silicon Valley, I have had a number of interesting discussions with people involved with various aspects of cloud computing. While industry analysts such as Gartner and IDC are projecting that 80% of all servers running on native hardware are expected to be

Mobile Network And Data Center Spending Driving DDos Appliance Growth

Mobile Network And Data Center Spending Driving DDos Appliance Growth

Whitepaper: Mobile Network And Data Center Spending Driving DDos Appliance Growth Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) prevention appliances are the first line of defense for most service providers and large enterprises looking to protect themselves from brute-force attacks on network or resource availability. With the unprecedented number, size, and coverage of DDoS attacks over the last 24

What The Cloud Can Do For Your Small Business

What The Cloud Can Do For Your Small Business

What The Cloud Can Do For Your Small Business If your company isn’t utilizing cloud computing technology, you risk falling behind in the marketplace. The cloud makes it easier to manage, share and store content and data, and the figures show that your competition has most likely already moved to the cloud or is about