Category Archives: Trends

Google Earth Journals To Peer Editing: The Cloud In English Class

Google Earth Journals to Peer Editing: The Cloud in English Class Recently, a Chicago teacher published a lesson on a popular teach networking website that turned a few heads. For a world literature class, the teacher integrated lessons that incorporated students creating and maintain Google Earth journals. As the class progressed through each reading and

Benefits Of Virtualized Cloud Based IP-TV Services

Benefits Of Virtualized Cloud Based IP-TV Services

Benefits of Virtualized Cloud Based IP-TV Services TV streaming off the Cloud is going to be huge, in fact, it already is without us noticing. Cloud powered solutions have literally detached the utility of software with the condition of buying expensive hardware and extra resources. Cloud based streaming and data fragmentation technology has enabled millions

Cloud Paging: The Technology Behind Cloud Game Streaming And Live Streaming

Cloud Paging: The Technology Behind Cloud Game Streaming And Live Streaming Cloud initially started off as a cost-effect and convenient way to get small and medium business up and running on the web but with the exponential growth both within SME and large enterprises, other domains within computing have also started to integrate Cloud within

The Growing Interest In Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) The fact that large enterprises today have the ability to seamlessly move data all the way from manufacturing to human resources, and everywhere in between, is largely due to one of the greatest success stories in linking/ integrating cross-functions within companies: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems. But as with many effective

Cloud Infographic: Turning Big Data Overload Into Big Sales

Cloud Infographic: Turning Big Data Overload Into Big Sales

Cloud Infographic: Turning Big Data Overload Into Big Sales The amount of data in our world increases massively day-by-day. Big data is about capturing, storing and analyzing large pools of data from customers/consumers, suppliers, partners, operations, employees etc. According to a McKinsey  report, US companies from almost all industry sectors have, on average, hundreds of terabytes of data