Category Archives: Computing

IBM Launches Global Initiatives To Help Managed Service Providers Capture Burgeoning Cloud Opportunity

IBM Launches Global Initiatives To Help Managed Service Providers Capture Burgeoning Cloud Opportunity Comprehensive Program Arms IBM’s Global Ecosystem to Deliver A Simplified Approach to IT WALTHAM, MA — September 26, 2012 — IBM today announced a broad set of global initiatives to better position clients to take advantage of cloud opportunities. This effort is

PaaS – Top 5 Trends Which May Rule This Lustrum

PaaS – Top 5 Trends Which May Rule This Lustrum The latest buzz in the IT industry is not about iPhone5, but about PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service). The industry is already split into two groups—one shouting for the long life of IaaS and the other cheering for PaaS. PaaS, with its end-user freedom and facilities, has already

Is Mobile The Best Platform For Cloud App Development?

Is Mobile The Best Platform For Cloud App Development? Mobile phones have entered into a new phase by a lucky chance. Smartphones have entered the cloud scene in a normal development phase. Now their cutting-edge stats serve as models for other developments about to join the cloud. However, while the advanced handsets from popular companies

How Small Businesses Can Optimize Their IT Efficiency And Costs With Cloud Computing

How Small Businesses Can Optimize Their IT Efficiency And Costs With Cloud Computing Cloud computing services are becoming more popular day by day. As more businesses get onto the platform, the results are different. Some companies complain of lower efficiency and sometimes higher costs in their daily activities. Given that cloud computing has many benefits,

Selecting A Cloud Storage Provider: Things Consumer Reports Won’t Tell You

Selecting A Cloud Storage Provider: Things Consumer Reports Won’t Tell You There are hundreds of articles and guides telling a consumer what to look for when selecting a cloud storage provider, but they all say the same basic things: storage size, price, and application. Though these are all valid points, they miss the bigger picture: