Category Archives: Computing

The Private Cloud Strikes Back

The Private Cloud Strikes Back Having read JP Rangaswami’s argument against private clouds (and the obvious promotion of his version of cloud) I have only to say that he’s looking for oranges in an apple tree.  His entire premise is based on the idea that enterprises are wholly concerned with cost and sharing risk when that can’t

Cloud Research: 7 Deadly Sins Of Cloud Security

Cloud Research: 7 Deadly Sins Of Cloud Security

Video: 7 Deadly Sins of Cloud Security In this short video, experts from HP discuss the latest cloud security threats and explain measures to help overcome them. Hear about the seven deadly sins of cloud security and learn how to avoid becoming a victim of poor security in your cloud environment. Cloud Computing: It’s all

ROI (Return on Investment) From Cloud Computing

ROI (Return on Investment) from Cloud Computing A business organization often measures the value of investments or any move that requires money in terms of the return on investment (ROI). Perhaps it is the only reason that top management will agree to any proposal, especially bold ones like adapting the relatively new and untested cloud

Forrester Says Cloud May Not Be the Future of IT: Really?

Forrester Says Cloud May Not Be the Future of IT: Really? I apologize for the attention-grabbing nature of the headline, but that is pretty much what some of the news reports covering Forrester Research’s latest paper on cloud computing said. Delving further, it seems there is a bit of exaggeration at play here. The aforementioned

Cloud 2012: What to Expect in the Latter Six Months

Cloud 2012: What to Expect in the Latter Six Months Don’t blink — it’s already mid-June. Indeed, 2012 has flown by, but not without cloud computing extending its reach and fame, both in the IT community and with the general public. The increased ease with which cloud is regarded by businesses and everyday folk from