Category Archives: IT

Cloud Infographic: Who Will Acquire RIM?

Cloud Infographic: Who Will Acquire RIM?

Cloud Infographic: Who Will Acquire RIM? Mobile Cloud Computing (MCC) is the next logical evolution for cloud computing. Though mobile technology is still evolving, especially the operating systems, it is doing so in a very rapid pace. Most modern mobile devices are now sporting capable web browsers mainly due to advances in mobile operating systems done by

Social Cloud: Oracle Continues To Expand In The Cloud

Oracle Continues To Expand: Buys Involver Buzz Buzz We have gone through the massive cloud computing crazy rather unharmed by everything. Cloud computing is the rage when it comes to just about every aspect of business. From the personal level cloud computing has been more of just giant storage for your typical at home user.

Optimize Your Infrastructure; From Hand-Built To Mass-Production

Optimize Your Infrastructure; From Hand-Built To Mass-Production If you’ve been reading this blog, you’ll know that I write a lot about cloud and cloud technologies, specifically around optimizing IT infrastructures and transitioning them from traditional management methodologies and ideals toward dynamic, cloud-based methodologies.  Recently, in conversations with customers as well as my colleagues and peers within the industry,

Cloud Infographic: How To Avoid Problems For Your Business With Cloud Storage

Cloud Infographic: How To Avoid Problems For Your Business With Cloud Storage

How To Avoid Problems For Your Business With Cloud Storage Most people know that cloud storage comes with some risks, but it can also be a savior for your business if you use it in the correct manner. Many people just think about storing all of their data in a cloud service, and just hope

Moving To The Cloud, Pros And Cons

Moving to the Cloud, Pros and Cons There is no doubt that the future of application consumption will be done through the cloud, but like everything else in this world there will be pros and cons. Change is always a daunting opponent, and for a business that have already established standards and processes, changing them