5 Major Types Of Cloud Infrastructure Options

5 Major Types of Cloud Infrastructure Options Cloud computing is not an all-or-nothing option. In the past decade, the industry has matured to a point where there are almost a dozen different options to move your data and processes to the cloud. In this post, we will cover the five major options and will talk

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Megatrends “Cloud” PC Judgment

Megatrends “Cloud” PC Judgment Legend bids us to beware the Ides of March. Recent cloud computing news is actually recalibrating this phrase of fear for a future warning of woe, aimed directly at the PC community: mind the tide of 2014. For in that year, cloud bloggers predict en masse, the era of the personal

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Intel’s New Xeon Chip Set To Storm The Clouds

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As regards clouds in general, “storm” is not a word you would want to hear. However, by storming the clouds, I refer to the new Xeon chip’s ability to make cloud computing faster and more resilient. If you are a sports fan and familiar with the Olympics motto of “Citius (faster), Altius (higher), Fortius (stronger),”

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Employing The Cloud: 94% Of IT Departments Expect To Expand Their Use Of Cloud

Employing Cloud 2012 is rumored as the tipping point for cloud. For the last four to five years, we have heard that cloud (Internet-delivered solutions) is about to go mainstream, however, this year it is not the hype, but real user benefits that are driving adoption. What do I mean by this. Well people are

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Managing Risk when taking the Public Cloud Route OR Managing Risk in Public Cloud Strategy

Managing Risk when taking the Public Cloud Route OR Managing Risk The secret to a pleasant and successful experience in migrating to a Public Cloud Strategy for your enterprise is “minimizing risk while maximizing your return on investment (ROI) and reducing total cost of ownership (TCO)“. Sound familiar? Sounds like managing your retirement fund nest egg.

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Robert Rodriguez Gets A Little Help From The Cloud

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Robert Rodriguez Gets A Little Help From The Cloud Robert Rodriguez Makes Exciting Move, Terrible Pun: “Quick Draw Animation” Revealed at SXSW Creator of the El Mariachi trilogy and Grindhouse collaborator Robert Rodriguez has found a new avenue with which to create his highly stylized exploitation flicks, opening Quick Draw Animation. The Press Release was,

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Cloud Recruitment Perspectives

Cloud Recruitment Perspectives According to a study by the London School of Economics and Political Science the development of cloud computing will foster economic growth, increase productivity and shift the type of jobs and skills required by businesses. The study also reported that from the analyzed countries (UK, England and Germany), the US is leading the way in terms of cloud job creation.

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Videographers: Getting Your Head In The Clouds

Videographers: Getting Your Head In The Clouds The spread of HD capturing has made video production a storage intensive endeavor. The digital revolution is promising mass decentralization in some video production houses. But how will it work? Cloud Storage HD footage can range from 48mb to 153mb per second in readily available cameras like the

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Cloud Infographic: Speeding Your Way To The Cloud

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Cloud Infographic: Speeding Your Way To The Cloud One of the main components to the success of cloud computing is the deliverably and speeds in which to access, retrieve and transfer data files to and from it.  Here is a unique infographic which illustrates the digital agenda between Britain and Europe in the race for broadband speed supremacy.

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HP Seeks To Give Amazon Competition with a New Public Cloud Service

HP Seeks To Give Amazon Competition with a New Public Cloud Service For several years now, Amazon has held sway over the cloud computing heap, especially in IaaS. HP, in contrast, though being one of the largest traditional IT infrastructure players, had been slow to jump onto the cloud computing bandwagon. However, over the last

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Appirio Raises $60 Million in Series D Funding Led by General Atlantic

Appirio Raises $60 Million in Series D Funding Led by General Atlantic New Funding Will Fuel Appirio’s International Expansion, Investments in Technology and Crowdsourcing Platform for Cloud Development San Mateo, Calif. – March 15, 2012 - Appirio, a technology-enabled services provider that helps enterprises power their business with the cloud, today announced that it has closed

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HireArt: Pre-screening Interview Hopefuls In The Cloud

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HireArt: Pre-screening Interview Hopefuls In The Cloud Finding the right person for the job has always been difficult especially as many people tend to fudge or pad their resumes with things that they cannot actually do. HireArt is one cloud startup that simplifies this greatly by prescreening your interview candidates and allowing them to put

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Why You Should Entrust Your Software Applications And Data To The Clouds

Why You Should Entrust Your Software Applications And Data To The Clouds There are limitless possibilities in cloud computing. The system runs every software applications an ordinary computer can execute, from general word processing applications to custom-made software application. More often than not, an entity trusts its software and data to run in the clouds

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Why Did Amazon Cut Cloud Computing Rates? Part I

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Why Did Amazon Cut Cloud Computing Rates? Part I Last month, Amazon had announced a considerable reduction in S3 cloud storage rates. Effective 1 February 2012, the following rates apply in the US Standard region: Information on rates for other regions – US West (Oregon), US West (Northern California), EU (Ireland), Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia

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