Category Archives: Computing

Easily Manage Your Clouds With ECmanaged

Easily Manage Your Clouds With ECmanaged “Build a better mousetrap, and the world will beat a path to your door.”                                  – Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882), famed American writer and poet. Even for the simplest of products or services, a better version will always find a market. In fact, the phrase above that’s considered a

The Lurking Threat of Bring-Your-Own-Cloud (BYOC)

The Lurking Threat of Bring-Your-Own-Cloud (BYOC)

The Lurking Threat of Bring-Your-Own-Cloud (BYOC) A few generations back, when the Internet was still an unknown commodity and inter-office mail came around in manila envelopes graffitied with the crossed-out signatures of every recipient that envelope had ever met, network security was largely an in-house affair with data tapes and mainframes playing a central role.

Finding Meaning In Everything Inside Big Data Via New Chip Technology

Finding Meaning In Everything Inside Big Data Via New Chip Technology

Finding Meaning In Everything Inside Big Data via New Chip Technology There is much to say about technologies that seek to emancipate the Internet from electronics and release it into the world of people. Indeed, big data has always meant many things all at once, some incomprehensible to many computer users. While one may be

Moving Exchange Server To The Cloud: Points To Consider

Moving Exchange Server To The Cloud: Points To Consider

Moving Exchange Server to the Cloud: Points to Consider Cloud computing – it is a business model that many organizations are using, or thinking about using. If moving functions, such as Exchange server, to the cloud, a business must consider the advantages and disadvantages before undertaking any major infrastructure change. Some reasons why a business

Cloud Infographic: Turning Big Data Overload Into Big Sales

Cloud Infographic: Turning Big Data Overload Into Big Sales

Cloud Infographic: Turning Big Data Overload Into Big Sales The amount of data in our world increases massively day-by-day. Big data is about capturing, storing and analyzing large pools of data from customers/consumers, suppliers, partners, operations, employees etc. According to a McKinsey  report, US companies from almost all industry sectors have, on average, hundreds of terabytes of data