Is The Federal Government Moving Fast Enough On Cloud Computing?

The Lighter Side Of The Cloud

Is The Federal Government Moving Fast Enough On Cloud Computing? At a time when the Federal Government is being congratulated for saving billions by moving to the cloud (See: Research Report: Feds Rejoice the Cloud Way, with $5 bn In Annual Savings), the title of this article may seem somewhat incongruous. Before I delve into

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Is My Public Cloud Too Public? Part 2

Cloud Computing Public

Scalability and Multi-tenancy in Public Clouds Continued From Part 1… Public cloud computing describes a computing architecture that extends the service-oriented approach (exemplified in such concepts as “utility computing,” “service-oriented architectures” and “software as a service”) into a marketplace model. Providers offer services that “run in the cloud”, as they are accessible using Internet Protocol

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Keeping Your Data And Applications Secure On The Cloud

Keeping Your Data And Applications Secure On The Cloud When you have all your data and applications permanently stored within your enterprise, you can get away with big security holes and poor data management practices without a serious external threat. However, once your applications and data move to the cloud, your margin for error becomes

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Web Hosting Moves To The Cloud With Managed Cloud Hosting

Web Hosting Moves To The Cloud With Managed Cloud Hosting In years past, companies looking to host a high-traffic website have had one of three main options: Shared Web hosting services Dedicated Web hosting services Hosting on local IT infrastructure Shared Web hosting services have been most popular with small businesses, but they suffer from

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Free Web Event: "Hitting A Home Run In The Cloud"

Free Web Event: “Hitting a Home Run in the Cloud” Scaling for massive traffic is no game for top sports news site. Date: May 16, 2012  Time: 10:00 am PST/1:00 pm EST If there’s such a thing as a perfect sports season, we’re in the middle of it right now. From the NBA and NHL

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SMBs Are Adopting Virtualization, Cloud And Mobility For Improved Disaster Preparedness

SMBs Are Adopting Virtualization, Cloud And Mobility For Improved Disaster Preparedness MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – May 14, 2012 – Symantec Corp. (Nasdaq: SYMC) today announced the findings of its 2012 SMB Disaster Preparedness Survey, which discovered that disaster preparedness is closely connected with small and medium sized businesses’ (SMBs) adoption of technologies like virtualization, cloud computing, and

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Spreading Prosperity Through Cloud Computing

Spreading Prosperity Through Cloud Computing In the wake of the recession, bankers have got a lot of flak by betting on dodgy investments while still managing to make million-dollar bonuses. However, there’s no denying that banking, especially of the retail variety, is a necessary ingredient of society. In poorer areas of the world where retail

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Is My Public Cloud Too Public? Part 1

Is my Public Cloud too Public? Addressing security concerns of the Public Cloud Enthusiasm for cloud computing has as much to do with economics as technology. Growth in the number of applications and the volume of data that must be managed have made datacenters a major item of corporate expense. Public cloud computing looks like

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