Category Archives: Security

Cloud Infographic: Drivers Of Open Source Adoption

Cloud Infographic: Drivers Of Open Source Adoption Stability, Scalability and Reliability of Open-Source Software Open-source software is becoming popular on an enterprise level because of its stability, scalability and reliability. Companies love to use open-source technologies because they are highly customizable, secure, reliable and accountable. With proprietary software, we are highly dependent on the software

Anything As A Service? Learn About The Newest Concepts In Cloud

Anything As A Service? Learn About The Newest Concepts In Cloud New acronyms are used in cloud computing to express key concepts and the great number of services each of these classify. While IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service) and SaaS (Software as a Service), are the three types of cloud

Mind The Gap – Consumerization Of Innovation

Mind The Gap – Consumerization Of Innovation

Mind the Gap – Consumerization of Innovation The landscape of IT innovation is changing. “Back in the day” (said in my gravelly old-man voice from my Barcalounger wearing my Netware red t-shirt) companies who were developing new technology solutions brought them to the enterprise and marketed them to the IT management stack. CIOs, CTOs and

Brocade Convenes Federal Agencies, Partners And Luminaries To Discuss The Most Critical IT Challenges

Brocade Convenes Federal Agencies, Partners And Luminaries To Discuss The Most Critical IT Challenges

Cloud Computing, Data Center Consolidation and Alternative Acquisition Models Top Discussion Topics at the First Brocade Federal Forum WASHINGTON, DC–(Marketwire – Aug 21, 2012) – Today marks the first day of the 2012 Brocade Federal Forum, which will provide an opportunity for Federal IT professionals, technology partners, systems integrators and industry luminaries to further explore and

Cloud Computing Is Leading The Outsourcing Market

Cloud Computing Is Leading The Outsourcing Market Cloud computing is revolutionizing the companies’ infrastructures. More and more companies are spending their outsourcing budget on purchasing cloud services. This helps them avoid hiring more people and save a fair amount of funds from their budgets. Research firms (including Gartner Inc.) have published figures that demonstrate the