Category Archives: Trends

Benefits Of NGN Based Clouds

Benefits Of NGN Based Clouds Cloud’s integration with NGN (Next Generation Network) is perhaps one of the most actively pursued areas within Cloud R&D given the promise of efficiency. NGN will inject interoperability in already established network infrastructures where every communication will be done in one format using a common protocol. Packet based communication is

Grading Students In The Cloud

Grading Students In The Cloud

Grading Students in the Cloud One of the most common characteristics of new cloud computing-driven innovations in education has been the transmission of traditional academic practices (tutoring, assignment collection, extra help meetings, etc.) into the new platforms and opportunities made available by the cloud. While it is easy to get swept up in the more

Has The Public Gotten Use To Privacy Violations?

Has The Public Gotten Use To Privacy Violations? We keep talking about how we want to keep our privacy in this new world of information sharing and consumption but that is getting increasingly hard to do. The governments of the free world understand the value of information monitoring and know the merits of not trusting

Bridging Distances Through Video Conferencing

Bridging Distances Through Video Conferencing

Bridging Distances Through Video Conferencing TIP: If you face issues downloading any of the referenced assets, try refreshing the page – it usually works!  Distance, they say, makes the heart grow fonder, but it’s definitely not good for business. However, with globalization, geographical dispersion is a fact of life. Without the intimacy of in-person interaction, conducting

Benefits And Significance Of Quality Aware Clouds

Benefits and Significance of Quality Aware Clouds QoS of Cloud service providers has always been evolving and improving over time and is one of the primary discussion points in almost every gathering of Cloud service providers and practitioners. With the shift to Cloud computing around the world, researchers are keen to dig out the active