Category Archives: IT

Cloud Startup: Pure Storage

Cloud Startup: Pure Storage

Cloud Startup: Pure Storage Pure Storage: The Difference between High Processing Flash and Conventional Disk Storage on the Cloud With its headquarters in the United States, Pure Storage has already broken several records as far as cloud transformative practices are concerned. Sources reveal that the startup has managed to get 150 million dollars worth of

The Next Wave Of Cloud Computing

The Next Wave Of Cloud Computing

The Next Wave Of Cloud Computing Cloud adoption at the enterprise level requires that cloud vendors deliver on enterprise-class reliability, security, and management.  While service levels for cloud computing are competitive with most companies’ on-premise datacenters, concerns about security will drive enterprise-scale organizations to choose to deploy hybrid-cloud applications.  Hybrid-cloud in turn creates new distributed

How Cloud-Based Content Management Inspires Collaboration

How Cloud-Based Content Management Inspires Collaboration Collaboration has been a longtime asset for workplace success, and the modern arrival of telecommuting has allowed even more collaborative options. Many successful companies have gotten off the ground without even having a dedicated office, instead choosing to compile a virtual team of specialists who collaborate with content management

The Future Of Cloud, And The Future Of Your Company

The Future Of Cloud, And The Future Of Your Company

The future of cloud, and the future of your company Recently the unofficial comedy team of Jimmy Kimmel and Justin Timberlake performed a short skit that illustrated how silly hashtags sound when inserted into normal conversation. The idea of punctuating a sentence with keywords intended as flags-to-be-found is of course, ludicrous in spoken parlance, but

Cloud Infographic: Approach To IT Environments

Cloud Infographic: Approach To IT Environments

Cloud Infographic: Approach To IT Environments This infographic provided by http://www.lifelinedatacenters.com may not be the most flashy infographic, but it does a fairly nice job outlining the differences between the main IT Environments. Another recommended infographic with regards to startup costs can also be very helpful for budget conscientious entrepreneurs. Infographic Source: LifeDataCenters