Category Archives: SaaS

Cloud Player – Amazon’s Sound Play In The Cloud

Cloud Player – Amazon’s Sound Play In The Cloud

Cloud Player – Amazon’s Sound Play in the Cloud Cloud is beginning to be perceived as a central component in business oriented environments keeping in view the corporate demands and needs of today’s enterprise. The virtualization and remote deployment of resource provided by Cloud is worth adapting at both the individual and enterprise levels There

The Three Modern Solutions For Cyber Security In The Cloud

The Three Modern Solutions For Cyber Security In The Cloud Various governments have adopted various approaches to their cloud policies. The Australian authorities, for example, have defined clearly who is liable for loss of data in a foreign server in data compromises that involve independent clients: the local company providing the storage service. There is

Finding Meaning In Everything Inside Big Data Via New Chip Technology

Finding Meaning In Everything Inside Big Data Via New Chip Technology

Finding Meaning In Everything Inside Big Data via New Chip Technology There is much to say about technologies that seek to emancipate the Internet from electronics and release it into the world of people. Indeed, big data has always meant many things all at once, some incomprehensible to many computer users. While one may be

SAP Offers Fast Track To Innovation Via A Flexible Path To The Cloud

SAP Offers Fast Track to Innovation Via a Flexible Path to the Cloud WALLDORF, Germany — July 24, 2013 — SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) is taking the next step to make the recently announced unified cloud portfolio vision a reality for customers, putting them in the driver’s seat for their cloud journey. SAP now offers

Software Defined Networking (SDN)

Software Defined Networking (SDN)

People Are Holding Back The Efficient Enterprise I had the pleasure of participating on a Software Defined Networking (SDN) panel hosted by Evercore Partners in Boston recently and the topic of people came up in the discussion. What became clear during the panel was that as virtualization grows, its effect on storage, networking and end user