Category Archives: Computing

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:

Cloud Infographic: The Modern Office

Cloud Infographic: The Modern Office

Cloud Infographic: The Modern Office Freedom from the office and the promise of working from anywhere has been an illusion for many years. However, this illusion now seems to be closer to reality than ever before. Automattic, the hosting company for WordPress.com servers, knows the future is now. They have 123 people that operate like

Simple Ways For Businesses To Leverage The Cloud For A Competitive Advantage

Simple Ways For Businesses To Leverage The Cloud For A Competitive Advantage Cloud computing is one of the best technologies of the century. It allows companies to leverage their computing functions on other company’s servers. When corporations, small businesses, or nonprofit organizations adopt this technology, they get many benefits. The common ones are streamlined costs,

How Mobile Cloud Computing Is Set To Change The Telecommunications Ecosystem

How Mobile Cloud Computing Is Set To Change The Telecommunications Ecosystem Cloud computing has impacted the telecommunications industry across crucial fronts and now is in the process of amply changing its ecosystem. The ecosystem here is broad and spans business models, human behavior and technical issues like the Networks versus the End-user devices, Access points,

Cloud Infographic: Where Devices End Up

Cloud Infographic: Where Devices End Up

In the modern business world, carrying more than one device is most often a factor of available applications, device capabilities, or personal preferences rather than a solid-walled barrier between work and play life. A “bring your own device” (BYOD) landscape exists because, over the last decade, the line has increasingly blurred between “business” and “personal”