Cloud Infographic: Cloud Computing and On-Demand Infrastructure

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Cloud Infographic: Cloud Computing and On-Demand Infrastructure Here is an excellent infographic resource courtesy of Profitbricks.com which outlines a number of the different hosting options available from Shared Web Hosting to Public Cloud Computing 2.0…. Infographic Source: Profitbricks

Cloud Trend: Global Logistics Companies In Search Of Optimal Performance

Cloud Trend: Global Logistics Companies In Search Of Optimal Performance Though logistics has always been an inherent part of Information Technology, supply and transportation niches, it has never been as international as it is now. Due to the emergence of the cloud as the preferential storage and communication network, changes are coming knocking. One may

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The Shifting Role Of IT In Cloud Computing

The Shifting Role Of IT In Cloud Computing The line between cloud computing and information technology is hazy, but it is always safe to say that they complement each other, with cloud computing representing the latest paradigm for remodeling IT services. There are very clear roles of IT in cloud computing technology, which can yield

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Traditional Networks Vs The Cloud

Traditional Networks Vs The Cloud The Question We all know that cloud computing is the next frontier in business computing and service delivery, but what really differentiates it from the traditional networks and hosting? Cloud computing does not really use new technology, in fact it uses the same technology as in traditional networking. So how

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Why Startups Should Embrace Cloud Computing?

Why Startups Should Embrace Cloud Computing? I run a tech startup and I know some the pains of running a tech startup. Startups have limited budgets and even limited tech support, but have to work around the limitations to build a cutting edge product. This is where cloud computing can help, and all startups must

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Cloud Computing: Determining The Cost Of The Cloud – Part 3

Cloud Computing: Determining The Cost Of The Cloud – Part 3 Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) This service model enables user organizations to forgo deployment of new datacenter equipment to handle growing operational needs. Rather, the business obtains needed IT infrastructure – servers, security, storage, networks, etc. – from a cloud services provider, often via

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The Hypothermic Cloud Infrastructure: Maintaining the Blood Flow to Tier 1 & 2 Apps

The Hypothermic Cloud Infrastructure: Maintaining the Blood Flow to Tier 1 & 2 Apps A particular sore spot since the beginning of the rise of cloud infrastructures, even the advent of utility computing is this: how do you forecast and pay for resources and justify costs for problems you don’t have yet? After all, the

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Benefits of Cloud Computing To Growing Small Companies

Benefits of Cloud Computing To Growing Small Companies During its early years, a lot of business owners believed that Information Technology is just a financial liability and not an asset of the company. Most of them settled for the least expensive alternative because they believed that the company will still benefit if they chose the

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Leveraging a Virtualized Data Center to Improve Business Agility – Conclusion

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Leveraging a Virtualized Data Center to Improve Business Agility – Conclusion Read Part 1,    Part 2… Virtualized Data Center – Keeping it Simple Early designs of cloud computing focused on blades with an independent Storage Area Network (SAN) architecture. This blueprint consolidated the CPU and memory into dense blade server configurations connected via several high-speed

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Cloud Benefits in the Energy and Utility Industry

Cloud Benefits in the Energy and Utility Industry A report issued in June 2011 by the Carbon Disclosure Project and supported by AT&T discovered that companies which embrace cloud computing technologies can reduce energy consumption, lower their carbon emissions, and decrease their capital expenditure on IT resources while improving operational efficiency. By 2020, the same group estimates

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