The Problem With Cloud Services And Downtime

The Problem With Cloud Services And Downtime One of the problems that you may run into when you are working in the cloud is that some cloud services cannot be counted on for nonstop service. There are certain cheaper services that may be down and not able to be accessed at certain points during the

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Security And Management In The Cloud

Security And Management In The Cloud Though there are various challenges involved in maintaining a cloud service, one of the major challenges that organizations face is security management. The advent of global computing represents cloud computing in totality. This has transcended boundaries, not just nationally, but also internationally. This same globalization is another challenge that

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

Cloud Data 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

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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

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Collaboration as a Service (CaaS) – What The Cloud Can Achieve

Collaboration as a Service (CaaS) – What The Cloud Can Achieve “Individual commitment to a group effort — that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.” Vince Lombardi (1913-1970), legendary American football coach. Even less than a century ago, it was individual excellence that mattered over teamwork

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The Department Of Defence Meets The Cloud

Beginning of an Overcast Era: The Department of Defence Meets the Cloud The United States Department of Defence has recently endorsed the (long awaited) shift to the cloud. The cloud computing strategy, as the feds calls it, expounds the departments’ intention to relocate the existent network applications from the whirlpool of conventionally burdensome, overly expensive

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Common Threats To Cloud Computing

Common Threats To Cloud Computing The core agencies of the US government have a central plan, Cloud First, which aims to shift the majority of their operations to the cloud. Before the plan can be implemented, it must go through a process of evaluation by the agencies concerned. In December 2010, a Cloud First policy

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Q&A With Rob Fox: On-Premise Data, aka “Cloud Cache”

Rob Fox

Q&A with Rob Fox: On-Premise Data, aka “Cloud Cache” We caught up with Rob Fox, Senior Director of Software Development for Liaison Technologies, about the growing need for businesses and consumers to store and access data in the cloud as quickly as if it were locally stored. Why are businesses and consumers moving away from

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Does Microsoft Windows Azure Threaten vCloud

Does Microsoft Windows Azure Threaten vCloud? It appears like Microsoft is desperate to become the OS for cloud computing. At Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference on July 10th, the company has announced its Windows Azure’s white-label version which is targeted at the web hosts currently based on Windows Server. This can be viewed as a challenge

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Storing And Consolidating Your Data

Storing And Consolidating Your Data All That Data: It Has To Go Somewhere Mass effect it all has to go somewhere Word is that the internet is filling up. Okay so that might be a stretch, but is it really? About a year ago the internet gurus from around the globe realized that when you

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The Failure Of Private Cloud Initiatives

The Failure Of Private Cloud Initiatives For some, it may be fast and easy to set up a private cloud, as long as technology is available. But technology plays only a small part in it when compared to the demands of business culture and user requirements. Most companies who have set up a private cloud

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Is The Cloud Nickel-and-Diming You?

Is the Cloud Nickel-and-Diming You? Cloud’s popularity of late is currently riding on a wave that undulates with the thrill of the financial benefits users stand to gain. Many applications grounded in cloud computing are offered a la carte and ready at a single mouse click from a user. These values of customization and accessibility

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Cloud Fringe Benefits: Tackling The Olympic Rush With Cloud Computing

Cloud Fringe Benefits: Tackling The Olympic Rush With Cloud Computing The London Olympics 2012, an event definitely expected to result in festivity throughout the United Kingdom, might not prove to be that much of an auspicious experience for businesses located within (and even outside) the city. The reasons are quite understandable – higher magnitudes of traffic

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Telecommuting: Everyone Wins Work From Home Cloud Computing Options

Telecommuting: Everyone Wins Work From Home Cloud Computing Options   Cloud computing is all the rage If you have the chance to work from home would you? Many people would say yes, and with good reason. You can make your own hours, dress how you want, be your own boss and pretty much you have

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