Category Archives: IT

European Cloud Partnership And The Possibilities Of This New Beginning

European Cloud Partnership And The Possibilities Of This New Beginning When the rest of the world is technically on cloud nine, the European Union is going to take a serious note about incorporating cloud in their fiscal plans. According to a press release published by European Union, they are measuring the economic benefit of going

What Cloud Computing Cannot Do For Your Business

What Cloud Computing Cannot Do For Your Business Cloud computing is here to stay. It enables businesses streamline their goals, functions, costs and operation models. Although cloud computing has been around since the internet inception, not enough information about it is available in the public domain. Businesses, individuals and non-profits still do not understand what

Treading Carefully With Cloud Computing Solutions, Contracts, And Services

Treading Carefully With Cloud Computing Solutions, Contracts, And Services Many businesses have joined the cloud because it’s a technology that promises a lot. And in the race to gain the most from the cost subsidies and efficiencies that come with it, businesses are unknowingly taking on significant risks. This is because some of the cloud

Cloud Collaboration: The Explosion Of Human Knowledge

Cloud Collaboration: The Explosion Of Human Knowledge

Cloud Collaboration: The Explosion Of Human Knowledge The Power of Me We This post is sponsored by the CIO Collaboration Network and Avaya. “Are you a team player?” – If you’ve interviewed for any position in the last five years, chances are you would have heard this question. But have you ever wondered what has made teamwork more important

Can Cloud Computing Hubs Alter Food Distribution?

Can Cloud Computing Hubs Alter Food Distribution? Consumers are increasingly interested in purchasing products from local markets. As people’s palettes yearn more and more for garden products fresh from the farm, the waiting list is getting longer at places where these are readily available. With decreasing numbers of local producers, there is only one solution