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Why BYOD Is Boosting Business Cloud Computing Adoption

Why BYOD Is Boosting Business Cloud Computing Adoption

Why BYOD Is Boosting Business Cloud Computing Adoption The popularity of BYOD (or ‘Bring Your Own Device’) has surged in recent years, with around 67% of employees bringing their own computing tech into the office for work – whether that’s something large like a laptop to function as your ‘office computer’, or something smaller like

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Cloud Infographic – Evolution Of The Cell Phone

Cloud Infographic – Evolution Of The Cell Phone

Cloud Infographic – Evolution Of The Cell Phone Here is an in-depth infographic provided by http://www.computersciencedegreehub.com which showcases some of the more popular models over the years such as the $3,995 1983 Motorola DynaTAC 8000X to the more recent Cloud ready 2013 Samsung Galaxy S4 Smartphone.  

Cloud Startup: Sprinklr

Cloud Startup: Sprinklr

Cloud Startup: Sprinklr Sprinkling the Social Web of Companies with The Management Tool of Sprinklr It is not often that formality plays second fiddle to casual playfulness. If making each business day in the office a ‘casual Friday,’ as the startup under the spotlight puts it, is one’s idea of stress-free work, then existing in

Implications Of The Cloud In The Classroom

Implications Of The Cloud In The Classroom

Implications Of The Cloud In The Classroom Cloud computing has been exciting people with its implications and opportunities especially so over the past several years, as more and more of the public have been exposed to the potential of this technology. While many people’s first experiences with cloud computing have revolved primarily around the digital

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HP OpenStack® Technology Breaking the Enterprise Barrier

HP OpenStack® Technology Breaking the Enterprise Barrier

Explore how cloud computing is a solution to the problems facing data centers today and highlights the cutting-edge technology (including OpenStack cloud computing) that HP is bringing to the current stage. If you are a CTO, data center administrator, systems architect, or an IT professional looking for an enterprise-grade, hybrid delivery cloud computing solution that’s open,

Public Cloud Flexibility, Private Cloud Security

Public Cloud Flexibility, Private Cloud Security

Public Cloud Flexibility, Private Cloud Security Cloud applications are a priority for every business – the technology is flexible, easy-to-use, and offers compelling economic benefits to the enterprise. The challenge is that cloud applications increase the potential for corporate data to leak, raising compliance and security concerns for IT. A primary security concern facing organizations moving

Hewlett-Packard Company On-Demand Webinar

Hewlett-Packard Company On-Demand Webinar

Shifting Workloads and the Server Evolution Learn more about the latest industry trends and the challenges customers are talking about. Every ten to fifteen years, the types of workloads servers host swiftly shift. This happened with the first single-mission mainframes and today, as disruptive technologies appear in the form of big data, cloud, mobility and

Storage Considerations for SharePoint Backups

Storage Considerations for SharePoint Backups

Storage Considerations for SharePoint Backups Wednesday, October 29, 2014 @ 9:00 am/12:00pm ET. Backup and Restore of a SharePoint environment can be a complex endeavor as the product consists of multiple components running at various tiers, each with their own backup and restore requirements. In addition, SharePoint documents are stored as Binary Large Objects (BLOBs) in

Frost and Sullivan Virtualization Business White Paper, Getting the Most from Your Virtualized Data Center with Converged Systems

Frost and Sullivan Virtualization Business White Paper, Getting the Most from Your Virtualized Data Center with Converged Systems

One thing is clear: the old way of running IT just won’t work in the new business environment. Truth is, preparing your IT department (and your company) to be agile, cost-efficient, metrics-driven, and flexible will require a change in how you operate. To support new business processes, you would do well to turn to a