Category Archives: Cloud Computing

Basing Your Hybrid Cloud Plans On A Robust Private Cloud

Basing Your Hybrid Cloud Plans On A Robust Private Cloud

Basing Your Hybrid Cloud Plans On A Robust Private Cloud For companies in the midst of planning or reviewing their cloud strategy, the inevitable triumvirate of public, private and hybrid cloud often dominates. Often times these three concepts are seen in isolation, with their relative merits (security, accessibility, maintenance etc.) assessed separately. But according to

Modern Education In The World Of Cloud Computing And Internet Of Things

Modern Education In The World Of Cloud Computing And Internet Of Things

“Internet of Things will stump IT until clouds and big data come aboard.”  Stephen Lawson Increasingly, we are being inextricably linked to high technology tools and innovations. We are products of a culture where our personal and professional growth cannot be viewed apart from high tech advances. Therefore, it is critical to be able to

Frost & Sullivan: Cloud Computing Set For Exponential Growth In South Africa And Kenya

Frost & Sullivan: Cloud Computing Set For Exponential Growth In South Africa And Kenya

Enterprises are increasingly opting for hybrid models to place non-core applications in the cloud CAPE TOWN, South Africa, Sept. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Rapidly expanding bandwidth capacities, following the landing of undersea cables, have led to the proliferation of data centres and established a solid platform for the development of cloud computing services in South Africa and Kenya. Enterprises

Big Data’s Potential For Social Change

Big Data’s Potential For Social Change

Big Data’s Potential For Social Change A popular article on Huffington Post about homelessness stats sheds light on the fact that providing homeless people with a place of residence would save taxpayers money. It’s easy to understand why the article went viral so quickly. That is, data have proven it’s financially expedient to do what’s